Application of advanced stage management skills with emphasis on procedures

Application of advanced stage management skills with

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Application of advanced stage management skills with emphasis on procedures used in professional Equity theatri- cal productions, dance, opera, and touring. 350 SOFTWARE DESIGN IN THE ARTS II 3 S ART/MUS/THE 387 or cons inst req. Also offered as ART/MUS 350. Designing on-line digital projects for the Internet which use Web and multimedia techniques to create aesthetic models for art, music, and theatre expression. 353 COMPUTER MUSIC NOTATION 3 S Cons inst req. Also offered as ART/MUS 353. Comparative study of computer-based music notation soft- ware using MIDI and other note entry systems for printing musical scores. 354 SEQUENCING AND DIGITAL AUDIO 3 S Cons inst req. Also offered as ART/MUS 354. Study of music synthesis through MIDI sequencers, digital sound editing and recording, and the integration of digital audio and MIDI. 359 COMPUTER-BASED ART AND GRAPHIC DESIGN 3 F,S ART/MUS/THE 276 or cons inst req. Also offered as ART 359. Materials charge optional. Application of advanced 2- and 3-dimensional graphics programs to solve creative problems in the visual and the- atrical arts. 361 ADVANCED STAGE LIGHTING 3 S THE 100, 258, 261 or cons inst req. Lab arranged. Lighting design for proscenium and non-proscenium produc- tion; attention to system design. 362 STAGE DESIGN 3 F,S THE 100, 160 and 258 or cons inst req. Nature, function, and aesthetics of scene design, with prac- tice in composition. 363 ADVANCED DESIGN 3 F THE 100 and 362 req. May be repeated; max 6 hrs toward degree program. Intensive work in the areas of design and rendering for the stage; emphasis upon new materials and techniques. 364 ADVANCED PROJECTS IN DESIGN 2-4 F,S THE 100 req. May be repeated. Design and production problems as they relate to produc- tions being mounted by the Department of Theatre. Empha- sis placed upon creative and collaborative aspects of producing theatre. 365 SCENE PAINTING 3 S THE 100 req. Materials charge optional. Development of the skills necessary for the organization, preparation, and execution of painted scenery for the stage. 302 Theatre C F A
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366 RENDERING TECHNIQUES FOR THE STAGE 3 S THE 100, 130, 160, 258, 261, or cons inst req. May be repeated; max 6 hrs toward degree program. A studio course investigating 2D and 3D graphic techniques for realizing theatrical designs. Content varies; various media and applications emphasized. 367 SCENOGRAPHIC TECHNIQUES 3 F or S THE 100 and cons inst req. Descriptive geometry and drafting techniques that are neces- sary in developing 3-dimensional stage space and scenic units into plans, elevations, and working drawings. 370 HISTORY OF THE CINEMA 3 F Lab; screening of significant films. May be repeated; max 6 hrs. Historical and aesthetic development of the cinema. Course content will vary. 371 FILM THEORY AND CRITICISM 3 S THE 170 or cons inst. Theories relating to the art of filmmaking.
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  • Fall '15
  • TrevorBelcher
  • Academia, Academic degree, Bachelor's degree

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