The program explores digital image-making as a force and it is designed as a practice-based and process-oriented program. Based on the intersection of visual phenomena, new media, critical studies, and creative production, the program offers a unique blend of studio practice, and theoretical and art historical training. Students who pursue the program at Paris College of Art have the potential for connection-building while they are still in the program. The first two semesters fall and spring of these programs follow a common curriculum.
A new era of personal and participatory media is emerging, changing the way we create and share our work.
As we struggle to understand this new terrain, one key element is emerging: What role does storytelling play in the creative fields today? How can practitioners from diverse backgrounds—designers, artists, coders, filmmakers, photographers, writers, artists, scientists, philosophers, educators, and others—harness the power of storytelling to enrich their collaborations and their work?
And how can each of us learn to tell better stories about our own creative process? This course explores these questions through case studies, lectures, journaling, practical work, and presentations.
However, in an effort to make sure this class is pertinent to you, I will design the exact content of each session as we go, focusing on the needs I see arising in class. Assignments will be practical and will help you improve your use of storytelling both in your work and when presenting yourself professionally.
|Department of Fine Arts||The art and architecture of the Renaissance in relation to the political, religious and social structures of the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries.|
|MFA Photography | Master’s Degree In Photography | NYFA||Our program has developed an interdisciplinary environment of high expectation: The MFA program is a vital community of diverse and engaged artists.|
Be prepared for weekly assignments in class as well as outside of class. Bring your curiosity, your creativity, and your willingness to experiment and have fun. French Description Students take a placement test to be placed into one of three levels of French language: Classes meet twice a week for written and oral exercises designed to strengthen vocabulary and grammar.
These courses use dialogues, oral exercises, short compositions and literary texts to establish a firm foundation in the language.
Students approach everyday life situations in French while learning the fundamentals of grammar and the complexity of conversation. The intermediate and advanced courses serve as a more sophisticated introduction to French culture and lifestyle and as a means of consolidating grammar and vocabulary.
Educational Principles Description This seminar is offered in parallel to the studio course devoted to education. Students will be given an overview of historical and current pedagogical theory that is specific to the teaching or art and design.
They will be asked to consider the role of diversity and culture on learning, as well the role of the teacher as a decision maker and facilitator. Historical and theoretical relationships between the photographic image, appropriation strategies and print practice are discussed as a context for technical explorations in the media.
Image and surface manipulations and materials, as well as theoretical concepts related to the subjects of language, installation and performance are applied to the process.TYLER SCHOOL OF ART.
About the Program. The graduate program in Photography is a two-year, credit program leading to the Master of Fine Arts degree.
TYLER SCHOOL OF ART. About the Program. The graduate program in Photography is a two-year, credit program leading to the Master of Fine Arts degree. MPS UX Design Courses. View titles & descriptions for the UX Design (MPS) program's courses offered.
Residency III occurs at the very end of the program and consists of final student presentations, assessment of thesis projects, and the program conclusion. User Experience Design Only. MFA Photographic & Electronic Media Courses; .
This course is designed to develop and expand the strategies of photographic representation through projects, readings, writing assignments, critiques, and visual image presentations.
Upon successful completion of the MA/MFA Degree Portfolio and Thesis, students are expected to have achieved demonstrable skills in image capturing and editing, an understanding of applied research methodologies, and increased teamwork and management skills. The season includes MFA, MA and post-baccalaureate exhibitions and critiques, gallery talks and presentations, public programs, a symposium, and student curated installations throughout the city.
The Graduate Exhibition Season showcases the achievements of MICA’s graduate students—a diverse group of artists, designers, educators, scholars.