Wayne State University

Consider animation and video art courses for this fall...

Students interested in exploring interdisciplinary electronic arts are encouraged to consider two compelling courses in time-based media / animation offered this fall, AIN 2220 and AIN 4220:

AIN 4220 - Experimental 2D Animation
Fall 2015 Fridays 9AM - 2:30PM
Investigate creative practices in digital animation exploring traditional character based methods, non-representational forms and everything in-between. In this class, you will create a series of hands-on studio projects using digital software. The course will also delve into pre-digital and historic techniques such as stop-motion and Zoetropes. Prior experience with digital imaging software such as Photoshop or Illustrator is highly recommended. Contact Instructor Richard Haley at ed8577@wayne.edu with any questions. Students who have not taken the pre-req below, AIN 2220, may still obtain from the instructor permission to register. View AIN 4220 in WSU's online class schedule.

AIN 2220 - Time Based Media 1: Video Art
Fall 2015. T/TH 11:45 - 2:30PM
Create original video as a form of artistic expression and explore techniques in lighting, cinematography, digital editing and multi-media installation. Projects will be supplemented by screenings and critical investigations of historical precedents. Prior experience with digital art/design software is beneficial. Contact Instructor Richard Haley at ed8577@wayne.edu with any questions. Students who have not taken the pre-req may still obtain from the instructor permission to register. View AIN 2220 in WSU's online class schedule.