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ART 320 Photography III

Faculty: Donovan, Fisher
Content: Students will converge content with craft and polish technical analog and/or digital processing and printing skills while building upon the use of lens-based media as a means to convey image intent through a proposed term-long project. The goal of this course is for each student to be engaged in a critical dialog and discourse about his/her photographic process, and, also, to explore issues surrounding the impact of the medium on culture(s) and society as a whole. Students must have a 35 mm or larger film camera. May be taken twice for credit.
Prerequisites: ART 220.
Restrictions: Sophomore standing required.
Usually offered: Annually, spring semester.
Semester credits: 4.

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