Above: Dana Freeman, "Between the Conscious and the Unconscious", photographs & glass books with photo transparencies.

In this art class you'll create images using digital photography. We'll cover the basics of camera use, image editing, and formal and conceptual concerns, through readings, quizzes, exercises and 5 assignments designed to challenge you to creatively express your ideas.  You will also be required to write a short review of a photographer who inspires you. An SLR digital camera, with "manual" setting option, is recommended. Point and shoot cameras and phone cameras are acceptable, but may limit techniques you can use in some photography assignments, however, this need not affect your grade.  Printing will be discussed, but not required. 

"Out of Body", Dana Freeman, 2020

AT230 New Forms Studio (3) (AP) Based in a post-modern art aesthetic, this course will allow students to make art using a concept-driven approach. Ideas will be developed via reading, journal-writing, sketching, video, and photography. Final art works will use media appropriate to the idea and be shown in the AMC Gallery (except fall 2020).

AT231-235 New Forms II-V (3) Based in a post-modern art aesthetic, this course challenges students to make art using concept-driven approach. Ideas will be developed via reading, journal writing, sketching, video and photography. Final artworks will use media appropriate to the chosen idea, and be shown in the AMC Gallery (except fall 2020).This course is not accepted for the Artistic Theory or Practice requirement.


Graphic Design II Independent Study.