Darton State College Catalog 2014-2015 - page 295

2200 Professional Practices, Portfolio Preparation & Review
This is a course designed to prepare the student for entry into the business of
commercial and fine art. The skills learned are applicable to any specialty in the
field of commercial and fine art. The course is composed of lectures concerning
the business of commercial and fine art, visiting lecturers who are specialists in
their field, field trips to a variety of art establishments, research into the
requirements and expectations of potential employers, clients, galleries and
museums and directed preparation of each student’s professional portfolio.
Prerequisite: None.
Offered: Spring.
2210 Video
This lab course introduces students to basic video production techniques and
provides a theoretical, analytical, technical, and aesthetic approach to the pre-
production, production, and post-production of videography. Lectures and
practical exercises in camera operation, lighting, sound, scriptwriting,
storyboarding, directing, and studio and site preparation will be covered. Each
student will produce three short videos in preparation for editing.
Prerequisite: None.
Corequisite: ART 2230.
Offered: Fall.
2230 Video Editing
This course introduces basic video editing and trimming, customizing and
capturing images, video and audio effects and audio mixing, multi-camera editing
and titling. Emphasis is placed on Final Cut Pro software and its operation,
techniques, and aesthetics. Students will explore a range of both fine art and
commercial editing applications. Students will be required to produce and
present a digital portfolio.
Prerequisite: ART 2150 or permission of the instructor or consent of the Division
Corequisite: ART 2210.
Offered: On demand.
2280 Art History I
This lecture course explores the history of the visual arts from the Prehistoric
Period through Northern Renaissance. Topics include a study of the visual arts,
painting, sculpture, architecture, and related arts, against the background of
cultural, political, and economic development.
Prerequisite: None.
Offered: Fall & Spring
2285 Art History II
This lecture course explores the history of the visual arts from the Baroque
Period through the twentieth century with major focus on epochs of Western art
history. Topics include painting, architecture, sculpture, and design.
Prerequisite: None.
Offered: Fall & Spring
1...,285,286,287,288,289,290,291,292,293,294 296,297,298,299,300,301,302,303,304,305,...467
Powered by FlippingBook