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Documentation Practices NOT OFFERED 2012/2013
0.50 Credit(s)
Prerequisite: 13.0 credits, including all first-year and second-year requirements (10.0 credits)
Non-fiction practices span numerous possibilities in terms of genres and formal structures: documentary film and video, archival reproduction, installation (whether interactive or projection-based), web-based works, activist initiatives, or other experimental forms. Documentation engages a number of formal, practical and theoretical concerns: issues of history, autobiography, subjectivity and objectivity, ethical responsibilities to subjects and audiences and political challenges. This studio course requires students to propose their own projects and produce a short work in appropriate media such as single-channel video, installation, web or audio.
Notes: Priority in registration is given to Integrated Media Majors.

Please take special note that this course has material fees associated with it.
Course was last updated February 24, 2012 - 11:52 AM