Introduction to Computer-Based Art and Design
ADN 100 (Offering: 2003)


This course introduces students to new imaging technologies by encouraging the creative use of computer imaging software. A series of projects are undertaken which combine practical/technical skills with an understanding of issues relating to art and design. Students can develop an aesthetic or visual language appropriate to a new medium and to position the technological image within a broader visual/cultural context. The widespread use of computer images in areas such as art/design, science, medicine, geography, advertising and on the Internet, provides the opportunity to relate this course to a broad range of interests. Students should have basic computer skills.

Major(s)/Minors(s): Studies in Art & Design

Usual Semester of offer: Semesters 1 and Semester 2

Other Information

Area(s) of Study: Studies in Art and Design

Number of Units: 12

Antirequisite: (ADN210) and (HSS171)  




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