READ THIS BEFORE YOU SIGN UP FOR A GALLERY SPACE:
Having a gallery space to exhibit your work is a privilege and that privilege can be revoked if the students continue leaving a mess for others to clean up. It is YOUR responsibility to arrange help if you cannot uninstall or clean up after yourself. This is an important part of being a serious artist. No gallery will want to work with you if you do not respect their space and hard work.
Despite our best efforts to keep the galleries neat and having asked the students to clean up and take care of the space multiple times, disrespect and negligence have continued. As a result, we have decided to set a $20 deposit for the spaces. This deposit allows you access to the space and the tools that you may check out from the graduate assistant’s office in 304 McLaurin.
IF you leave the space as you found it, remove your things in a timely manner and return all the tools, you may have the deposit back. If not, then we are keeping that money and using it to repair any damage done to the room(s). Not only will deposit not be returned but gallery privileges will be revoked for possible future shows up to a full academic year.
Fine Arts Alumni Presentation Series: Kaminer Haislip, Charleston based Silversmith and Designer
Tuesday, January 17
Approved Cultural Credit.
Experimental Video this Spring 2017
21559 ARTS 483 003 3.000 Experimental Video MW 03:30 pm-06:15 pm 12 1 Mark E Hamilton (P)
This course will explore video recording devices and editing software to experiment with video as art. The foundation of the creative projects will be based around the visual components and structure of the moving image. Some aspects of Adobe Photohop, iMovie, GarageBand, and Adobe Premiere will be taught.
Emphasis on the creation of personal projects that expand your creative portfolio and website through the use of video.
- Light Sources & Color Temperatures (light quality & temperature)
- Exposure Values (exposure and pre-visualization)
- Stop Motion -15 (Stop Motion Animation and Photoshop)
- Continuous-30 (camera movement, sequences, and the 180-rule)
- Still & Video-60 (editing techniques and sound basics)
- Personal Project Portfolio (visual interrogation within a personal theme)
Attached are a few images from the completed Cubic Space Project. Students built 8″x 8″ open cubes (a la LeWitt), then created elements inspired by Serra’s verb list and placed them within the parameters of the empty cubic space.
This project came about after a 15 second conversation with Shaun Cassidy in late August and was made possible with the help of our studio tech and woodshop guru, Andrew Davis and thanks to the peer support of Leah Cabinum and TA, Anastasia Netrebine.
All three foundations 3D 1 classes have been in sync this semester and thus all the projects have had a collaborative feel. This project is no exception. The cubes were designed to be stacked en masse or individually, depending on the space.