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Adjunct Faculty – WRIT 120

12/12/2017 Faculty Liberal Arts
WRIT 120 – Professional Writing for Designers. Instructs students in styles of writing commonly used in the art and design world, including artist statements, website content, cover letters, pitch letters, resumes, freelance proposals, letters of agreement, grant proposals, marketing and business plans, exhibition/catalog copy, art journal articles and reviews, business emails, press release… View Details Bookmark

Adjunct Faculty – LMST 282

12/12/2017 Faculty Liberal Arts
LMST 282 – Literature & Media Studies. Introduction to literary study and critical thinking about media. View Details Bookmark

Adjunct Faculty – LMST 378

11/15/2017 Faculty Liberal Arts
LMST 378 – Special Topics in Theatre. Introduction to professional theatre production. Explores costume, set, and lighting design, as well as elements of playwriting. Introduces the professional theatre through interaction with directors, designers, production managers, and visiting artists. View Details Bookmark

Adjunct Faculty – CRWR 111

10/25/2017 Faculty Creative Writing
CRWR 111 – Reading for Writers. Introduces major forms of creative writing. Discussion-based class with both creative and analytical writing assignments. Considers examples of successful contemporary and canonical texts in various genres. Provides strategies for reading texts with a focus on writing craft. View Details Bookmark

Adjunct Faculty - FILM 225

10/24/2017 Faculty Film
FILM 225 – Directing. Introduction to directing in digital film. Explore basics of director’s role in digital film, from planning and production through to the postproduction process. Develop practical skills, including: script analysis; creation of shot lists; storyboarding; working with crew and actors. View Details Bookmark

Adjunct Faculty - FILM 332

10/24/2017 Faculty Film
FILM 332 – Advanced Screenwriting. Advanced screenwriting workshop. Topics include: story structure; character development; theme; myth; genre; research methods. Focus on: advanced screenwriting forms; approaches, and techniques to produce medium to longer format screenplays; commercial considerations for creating a successful screenplay. View Details Bookmark

Adjunct Faculty – LMST 265A

10/24/2017 Faculty Liberal Arts
LMST 265A – Topics in Literature and Media Studies: Crime Stories. Explores historical and contemporary literary and media-related genres and developments; topics vary each semester, such as crime stories, the Hollywood novel, literature of protest, literary mysticism, and comedy. View Details Bookmark

Adjunct Faculty - Acting Workshops for ANIM 228

10/20/2017 Faculty Computer Animation
Acting Workshops for ANIM 228 – Story Development II. Animators learn to apply acting theory to purposeful, emotion and intention driven action through study of psychological gesture as applied to conflict and obstacle. The objective of these workshops is to help the animator learn how to quickly detect theatrical validity; understand what is underneath the physical movement (a character’s… View Details Bookmark

Adjunct Faculty - ILLU 224

10/19/2017 Faculty Illustration
IILLU 224 – Figure III. Advanced exploration of human figure in form, proportion, and anatomy. Progress from accurate representation of the figure to informed, gestural expression. Formal aspects of drawing are studied through intensive observation of live models. Draped and undraped models used. View Details Bookmark

Adjunct Faculty - MEDA 126B

10/17/2017 Faculty MEDA
MEDA 126B – Drawing II for CA & GA. Continued study of the accurate three-dimensional forms and environments in two-dimensional space. Focus on color. Focus on drawing one, two, and three-point linear perspective systems from observation and imagination. View Details Bookmark

Adjunct Faculty - MEDA 123A

10/06/2017 Faculty MEDA
MEDA 123A – 3D Design for CA & IL. Introduction to elements and principles of 3D design: space; form and mass; scale; proportion; gravity and equilibrium; research; drawing. Work from observation to acquire understanding of human body relative to invention of character. Emphasis on application of the following to human gesture and movement in dimensional space: skeletal structures; narrati… View Details Bookmark

Adjunct Faculty - STDA 120

10/05/2017 Faculty STDA
STDA 120 – 4D Design. Introduction to basic elements, principles, and tools of time based design as means to develop unique and powerful works of contemporary art, film, and photography. Work critically through formal and conceptual problems while learning basic elements and principles of time-based media. Additional topics include research, drawing, and archiving. View Details Bookmark

Adjunct Faculty - STDA 102

10/05/2017 Faculty STDA
STDA 102 – 3D Design. Introduction to basic elements, principles, and tools of 3D design as means to develop unique and powerful works of contemporary art, film, and photography. Work critically through formal and conceptual problems while learning basic elements and principles of 3D design. Additional topics include: health and safety, research, drawing, and archiving. View Details Bookmark

Adjunct Faculty - FILM 124

09/25/2017 Faculty Film
FILM 124 – Introduction to Filmmaking. This is an introduction to storytelling through motion pictures. Intensive experience focused on creation of story concepts and their translation into motion pictures through writing, camera operation, sound recording, and editing. Examine story construction through interaction of characters, locations, and props. Use tools to capture and manipulate mot… View Details Bookmark

Adjunct Faculty - DSNA 123

09/21/2017 Faculty DSNA
DSNA 123 – Drawing & 3D Design II. Drawing and 3D design with emphasis on visual ideation and communication. Focus on design techniques that emphasize physical and digital craft, integrated with drawing techniques that emphasize: ideation; iteration and visual exploration; communication of concepts. Learn drawing techniques to represent and communicate place, action, object, and narrative. E… View Details Bookmark

Adjunct Faculty – ARTH 452

09/06/2017 Faculty Liberal Arts
ARTH 452 – Art History Topics: Medieval Art. An introduction to the art and architecture of the Middle Ages (250 – 1450 CE) in Western Europe, the Byzantine Empire, and the Islamic world that will explore both key religious works (‘those who prayed’) and secular culture—royal courts, Crusades, knights, chivalry, weapons, armor, castles (‘those who fought’). View Details Bookmark

Adjunct Faculty – ARTH 325

09/01/2017 Faculty Liberal Arts
ARTH 325 – Topics in Film History. Introduces students to standard approaches for analyzing cinema. These approaches not only unveil the formal and narrative techniques of film as an art form but also reveal how film works as a storytelling medium and cultural barometer. View Details Bookmark

Adjunct Faculty – ARTH 120

09/01/2017 Faculty Liberal Arts
ARTH 120 – History of Illustration. History of illustration from the Middle Ages to the present. Survey of significant illustrators and the artistic, sociological, economic, and political movements which influenced the development of their art. View Details Bookmark

Adjunct Faculty – CRWR 213

08/31/2017 Faculty Creative Writing
CRWR 213 – True Stories Writing Creative Nonfiction. Introduction to writing creative nonfiction, such as personal essays, lyric essays, memoir, and literary journalism. How to blend fact- based events, situations, or incidents with elements of traditional fiction to create dynamic, engaging writing. Focus on developing ideas, themes, and writing descriptive prose that utilize devices of fic… View Details Bookmark

Adjunct Faculty – CRWR 106

08/31/2017 Faculty Creative Writing
CRWR 106 – Story Fundamentals: Plot. Introduces fundamentals of plot. Emphasis on how scenes function within a narrative. Examines basic plot structures such as Freytag’s Pyramid, three-act structures, and others. Examines plot examples from film, television, drama, and fiction. Includes critiquing of peer writing. View Details Bookmark