Acquaints the student with the basic principles of stage direction and provides

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Acquaints the student with the basic principles of stage direction and provides a basic vocabulary and methodology. 243 SOUND DESIGN 1: PROPERTIES AND AUDIO TECHNOLOGIES 3 F Also offered as ART/MUS 243. Developing a basic understanding of the properties and perceptions of sound, audio technologies, and their rela- tionship to artistic applications. 258 INTRODUCTION TO SCENOGRAPHIC TECHNIQUES 3 F,S THE 100 and 160 req. Exploration/application of graphic fundamentals for use in theatrical design. Emphasis on drafting and mechanical per- spective techniques for the theatre. 260 TECHNICAL PROCEDURES 3 F or S THE 100 and 160 req. May be repeated; max 6 hrs. Procedures and problems of technical production. 261 LIGHTING FOR STAGE 3 F,S THE 100 and 160, 258 or cons inst req. Formerly LIGHTING FOR STAGE AND TELEVISION. Instrumentation, aesthetics, application of theatrical lighting through classroom/laboratory study. 270 THE DOCUMENTARY IN FILM AND BROADCASTING 3 F Also offered as COM 270. Historical, philosophical, and theoretical consideration of documentary approach in films, television, and radio. 271 STUDIES OF NON-WESTERN FILM 3 S THE 170 or cons inst req. May be repeated. Formerly SURVEY OF NON-WESTERN FILM. Cross-cultural study of the historical and aesthetic develop- ment of non-Western national cinemas through selected African, Indian, Japanese, and Chinese films. 273 TOPICS IN FILM CRITICISM 3 F or S THE 170 or cons inst req. May be repeated. Comparative and in-depth study of critical methods for film interpretation and of the theoretical sources for these methods. 275.01 WORLD ARTS: THEATRE OC-FA 3 F,S ENG 101; COM 110 req; MC-LH category req. Introduction to the theatre of Asia, the Middle East, Africa, and Latin America. 275.02 WORLD ARTS: FILM OC-FA 3 F,S ENG 101; COM 110 req; MC-LH category req. Film screening req. Introduction to film from Asia, the Middle East, Africa, and Latin America. 300 Theatre
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C F A 276 BASIC SKILLS IN THE DIGITAL ARTS 2 F,S,Summer Fine Arts maj/min or cons inst req. Also offered as ART/MUS 276. Materials charge optional. Introduction to the conceptual and technical skills required to capture, edit, and create digital graphics, audio, and video imagery. 280 CREATIVE DRAMA 2-3 F,S Observations and practical activities req. Incl Clin Exp: 4 hrs, Type 1. Drama in instructional situations for preschoolers through adults, including theory and activities for personal creative growth and teaching both the arts and non-arts subjects. 281 ARTS FOR ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS: THEATRE 3 F,S El Ed maj only. Drama in instructional situations for elementary education, including theory and activities for creative growth and teach- ing the arts/non-arts subjects. 282 ARTS FOR EARLY CHILDHOOD: THEATRE 3 F,S Early Childhood Ed maj only. Compl 30 hrs req. Not for cr if had C&I 282. Study of the philosophy and benefits of creative drama, the- atre and symbolic/dramatic play focusing on teaching methodology and materials.
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  • Fall '15
  • TrevorBelcher
  • Academia, Academic degree, Bachelor's degree

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