ARTT 330. Photo III: Alternative Processes

It could be argued that photography is dependent on technology and processes more than any other art form. In this class, we will investigate an assortment of methods and materials, which may not reflect traditional photography, but maintain the medium at its core. Assignments are designed to increase understanding of the various techniques artists have exploited the medium, including 19th-century cyanotype, Vandyke processes, and physical construction to create objects to photograph.
Prerequisite: ARTT 300 or 310 or Professor Approval.
1 credit.
Spring 2022. Tarver.
Catalog chapter: Art and Art History  
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