Exposes the student to the rich history of temporal imagery from the invention of the zoetrope and kinetoscope through the rise of the moving picture industry and the development of the first animated films to present-day television. Chronicles the impact of the moving image in the twentieth century. Discusses the design and concept of influential works as well as the relationship between these earlier forms of moving graphics and today's innovative video technology. Lecture 3 hours. 3 credits
General Course Purpose
To provide the student in Multimedia Design and Film Studies with a sense of his/her particular artistic heritage and to give the student an understanding of the form of temporal art works.
Fluency in Standard American English. Recommend proficiency in reading and writing at the ENG 111 level.
Upon completion of the course, the student will be able to:,