Introductory media arts creation and study for non-majors. Developing an individual aesthetic for the screen and related media by becoming proficient in the conception, creation, and refinement of graphics, audio, and video, while emphasizing the histories and theories that led to and support the current state of the media arts.
This course expands the offerings of the Media Arts program and the School of Visual Art and Design to allow students to take a course in creating artworks through an online offering. This has been a regular request from students across the state who have been intereseted in pursuing their studies in art at the University, but have not yet been able to relocate to or regularly travel to Columbia to begin coursework. This course was developed with a CTE distributed learning grant to fulfill this need.
Friday, October 28, 2016 at 11:03 AM EST
To: Simon Tarr
Media Arts / Arts and Sciences
Reference: MART 101 Making Media That Matters; on – line course Palmetto College
Simon, congratulations MART 101 was conditionally approved at our InDEV Committee meeting on Friday, October 28, 2016. However, a few edits must be made before full approval can be provided. Please refer to the email for details
I don't have any e-mail from Don Jordan (INDEV), so presume that this course should've been returned to the proponent, not to the College.
Simon, if you don't have anything from Don, please get in touch with him to see what needs to be done.
Great work, Simon. This should be a terrific course both for USC students and for others, greatly expanding access to MART expertise, techniques, and concepts.
Without knowledge of the concerns raised by INDEV I cannot provide any screening of this revised proposal.
Thank you for submitting your proposal to the Committee on Curricula & Courses. We are moving your proposal forward to the Faculty Senate. We appreciate your patience and commitment to undergraduate and graduate education.