Art 585: Alternative Photographic Processes
ART & ART HISTORY
The course provides instruction for advanced art students with emphasis in alternative photographic processes, which explore image making through various lens-based practices. The course emphasizes the history of photographic print materials in combination with digital strategies using cyanotype, Vandyke brown, gum bichromate and palladium emulsions. Students must have a digital or 35 mm film camera.
May be repeated once for credit.
- Studio: Studio for Art 585
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