Jordan College of the Arts
Art Program

ART305, Time and Motion: Animation + Video: This studio course explores art forms that have a temporal component, including animation, digital imaging and video.

Students learn to make animations by hand, using traditional stop-motion techniques combined with digital photography.  They also learn to record and edit digital video, learning techniques for lighting and sound.

Contemporary and historical artists are introduced, including animators, filmmakers and video artists. Students are asked to take inspiration from these artists, while ultimately building their own personal voice.

Skills:

  • Animation
  • Video Editing

Media:

  • Claymation
  • Digital Photography
  • Digital Video

Technology:

  • DragonFrame
  • Adobe Premier
  • Cinema 4D
  • Digital SLR Cameras
  • Digital Video Cameras


Key Student Learning Outcomes:

By the end of this course students will:

  • Demonstrate an understanding of connectivity of a variety of art + design methods, materials, techniques and technologies.
  • Interpret, compare and critique their own and other's work in terms of materials, processes and concepts (demonstrating critical abilities with respect to innovation, craft and sophistication).

Gallery of works created in Art305