IMA Number: IMA 754.00 | 3 credits
Course Type: Production
Professor: Grayson Earle
This class meets Mondays, 12:20pm-3pm in 205 Hudson Street - Room 210
Full Course Description:
This course provides students the opportunity to work on an advanced emerging media project and participate in group and individual critiques with students and faculty from both the Integrated Media Arts MFA program and the Studio MFA program. This class will meet at 205 Hudson Street, also known as the “MFA Building.” Particular emphasis will be on helping students prepare for the MFA Thesis Project, and developing installations or new media components for new and existing works.
This class will be combined with Jeffrey Mongrain’s Sculptural Methods course for six weeks. These combined meetings will consist of technical demonstrations (such as woodworking, mold making, 3d scanning, electronics, etc.) as well as group critiques for work made during the semester. The remaining weeks will be spent in specialized workshops and demonstrations for various new media production techniques while working towards a final project for the course.Students will document their progress and eventual final projects with an online project blog, including photos, videos, text, and other appropriate multimedia to advance the understanding of their work.
Permissions: Cleared after advisement with IMA Program Coordinator.