Hello, I'm your instructor Canguo Liu, and I'm excited to have you aboard this semester in our new updated digital lab 7138 with all M1 MAX computers. Please click the above class icons for more information.
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Introduction to concepts, practices, and theories of digital art production in a fine arts context. Topics include integration of design, color, and compositional principles with contemporary digital tools and mixed media approaches.
Use Illustrator to create visual work like Op art, Geometric abstraction, and more .
Week 4- 6
Work with transform pictures into Mono tones, duotones, Photorealism and glitch.
Separate elements from visual collections to unleash the narrative power of images.
time-based video editing and effects, animates images and arts, change positon, rotation and speed over time.
Exploring the possibilities of 3D art, modeling and computer graphic images.
Use digital techniques to transform your art practices in other disciplines.
Monday 3-5 (Lab 7137)
Tuesday, Wednesday - 3-5 pm
Thursday - 3-4 pm
7137 or 7130 or Zoom
In-person requires meetings in the lab.
Evaluate and critique digital images utilizing relevant terminology and concepts.
Create artworks through various digital media input and output methods using vector and raster-based software.
Demonstrate use of the specific tools of each application.
Create a portfolio, or body of work, demonstrating formal, conceptual, and technical development
Examine and describe contemporary approaches, language, aesthetics, and emerging media in digital art, including mixed media
Safely handle and maintain digital imaging hardware and materials
Apply the elements and principles of design in finished digital artworks
The use of technology to create art through various digital media input and output methods. Mixed media combining digital and traditional techniques
Principles and uses of vector and raster-based software in the creation of digital art
Elements and principles of design as they relate to digital media. Additive and subtractive color systems
Concept development as it relates to digital art
History, contemporary trends, language, aesthetics and emerging media as they relate to digital art
Analysis of digital images. Relevant terminology and concepts