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Digital Photography IThis course introduces the art of digital photography, covering various genres in digital photography including nature, portraiture and abstraction. The course also considers composition, perspective, black and white vs. color, light, etc. relative to producing photographs. The focus of the course will be on photography as a fine art, and attention will be given to practical applications within that context. Technical basics, such as equipment purchase and maintenance, camera settings, printing and scanning will also be covered. Finally, the course will ask students to consider the work of important photographers past and present.3NoneARTS2130View
Photographic ArtsThis course provides a framework for critically considering significant photographers and their work. Students are expected to describe, interpret, and evaluate the origins, stylistic changes and artistic innovations in the history of photography from the 19th Century through contemporary times.3Qualifying score on writing assessment test OR ENGL1021 and Qualifying score on reading assessment test OR ENGL0921 or ESOL0842ARTS2120View
Introduction to ArtThis course provides a basis for understanding the visual arts from the perspective of the artist’s creative process and the viewer’s creative participation. Students will explore how form and meaning in art are shaped by many influences. A museum visit is part of the regular class schedule.3ENGL1021 and ENGL0921 or ESOL0842ARTS2050View
Elements of DesignThis course is an overview of basic design processes through a historical perspective. Students will explore how the elements and principles of design have changed and evolved over time and place. Through the application of key design theories and theorists, this course illuminates the patterns and trends that designers draw upon in creating new work and illustrates the impact of design on modern life, commerce, and culture.3Qualifying score on reading assessment test OR ENGL0921 and Qualifying score on writing assessment test or ENGL1021ARTS2000View
Audio Recording Internship IVThis is a cooperative effort between Hennepin Technical College and professional audio recording facilities to allow the students employment-like work experience.2ARSP2585 and instructor approvalARSP2595View
Audio Recording Internship IIIThis is a cooperative effort between Hennepin Technical College and professional audio recording facilities to allow the students employment-like work experience.2ARSP2585 and instructor approvalARSP2590View
Audio Recording Internship IIThis is a cooperative program between the Hennepin Technical Colleges` Audio Recording Program and professional production facilities to allow the student an employment-like work experience.2Completion of 48 credits or instructor approvalARSP2585View
Audio Recording Internship IThis is a cooperative program between the Hennepin Technical Colleges` Audio Recording Program and professional production facilities to allow the student an employment-like work experience.2Completion of 48 credits or instructor approvalARSP2580View
Production Lab IVIn this course the student will improve production skills learned by working on client based projects.3Instructor approvalARSP2390View
Production Lab IIIIn this course the student will improve production skills learned by working on client based projects.3Instructor approvalARSP2380View