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ART 205: Photography

This course introduces students to analog and digital photographic processes as means for creating works of art. Students learn terminology and critical approaches to photography. The course includes presentations on concepts and photographers' works, discussions of articles, and regular critiques. Students are introduced to the history of the medium through presentations, readings, and hands-on work such as constructing a camera obscura. Students develop critical skills and the ability to analyze and interpret photographic work. Materials fee. Offered each semester. Counts toward media studies concentration.

Africa and the Americas

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...Art History ENGL 108 The Hero and the Trickster in Post-Colonial Literature ENGL 205...

American Studies

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...Happiness, 1920-Present ART 253 Art Since 1945...AMST 205-210: American Studies: A Topical Approach

Ancient Studies

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...Islamic Art ART 275 Topics in Art History...204 Ancient: Rome HIST 205 Ancient: Near East...

Media Studies

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...Interdisciplinary Perspectives ART 205 Photography ART 228 Animated Art ART 229 Digital Filmmaking ART 236...

Race and Ethnic Studies

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...Professor of Art and Art History art and...and Ethnic Studies) AMST 205 Chicago: Social Change...