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Instructor Info:Jacqueline Hayden
Office Extension x5617
TA Info:Brian Nolte
Term: 2012F
Meeting Info: Tuesday
12:30 PM - 03:20 PM Jerome Liebling Center 131
Description: Color is the most relative medium in art. The goal of the course is to develop a vocabulary with color to include its genesis and physical properties, aesthetic and emotional tone, how a variety of photographic materials translate color, its particular expressive characteristics and descriptive properties. Throughout the semester we will view the works of photographic artists who work in color as well as the works of filmmakers and painters. This is a studio course. Hence, emphasis will be on the student's production of work in color photography with weekly critique sessions. Students are expected to attended workshops outside of class for digital and other printing methods, to attend visiting artist lectures, view shows and to engage in critical dialogue that probes the nature of the imagination and artistic practice.