Art & Design: Exposure courses

  • ACR 1400 Photography for Non-Art/Design Majors
    Introduces technical, artistic, and theoretical problems associated with photography. Through this class, students will learn how to use their camera as a tool for personal expression as well as analyze and critique photography's use in visual culture. The course will encompass lectures, demonstrations, readings and projects involving basic photographic techniques and image construction using a digital camera. It is intended for those interested in learning how to make and discuss photographs, but are not majoring in a program within the Department of Art and Art History.