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Fall, MWF 10-12
Course: Art 176
Instructor: Amy Franceschini

email: amy@futurefarmers.com
Location: SUDAC, Cummings Room 127
phone: 415.552.2124

Lab Fee: $50






DESCRIPTION:



Building art works using the internet as a medium. Examining ways the web has
been conceptualized during its brief history: as a mutable archive, as a multitude
of communities composed of spatially diffused members, as a channel through
which one may perceive, act, and understand at a distance. Interactive works
will be created using Dreamweaver and Flash.

REQUIREMENTS:



This class is primarily a hands on approach to learning , but there WILL be some
reading. You are expected to read all handouts and be able articulate what has
been read to the class and in discussion.

PRE-REQUISITES:


Working knowledge of computer. Basic web skills are preferred, but not required.

READING:


There will be 5 reading assignments.
A 15-20 minute presentation on each reading will be required. A schedule of
presentations and groups will be decided on. You will only present one reading
during the class.
Requirements for the presentation:
Each group will make a presentation based on the reading. It will be assumed
that everyone has read the reading, so this is NOT to be a re-read of the piece.
This is to be an interpretation, expansion or some application of the reading.
The presentation be 15-20 minutes and will include visuals (slides, power point,
posters, objects, video etc).

PROJECTS:


There will be two projects due. To be disclosed at later date. One small one at
end of flash tutorial. One final project


This class will be team taught by Amy Franceschini, Josh On, Pam Statz and Thomas Muer.
Amy Franceschini, Artist
Josh ON, Interaction Designer
Pam Statz, programmer/production master
Thomas Muer: sound artist



 


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WEEK ONE

9/25: First Class
9/27: Intro/Rich Humphrey visiting lecture


WEEK TWO


MON 9/30: Josh On: Flash Tutorial
WED 10/02: Josh On: Flash Tutorial
FRI 10/04: Josh On: Flash Tutorial

WEEK THREE

MON 10/07: Josh On: Flash Tutorial
WED 10/09: Josh On: Flash Tutorial
FRI 10/11: Josh On: Flash Tutorial
WEEK FOUR

MON 10/14: Pam Statz: Html/Image Optimization
WED 10/16: Pam Statz: Html/Image Optimization

FRI 10/18: Present Personal Archive Site
WEEK five

MON 10/21: Final Project Proposal Due
.................Present 10 min to class for discussion
WED 10/23: Small lecture by Amy/Work on Project
FRI 10/25: Reading Presentation: Stone/Pold
.................Work on Project/Rich Humphrey available
WEEK six

MON 10/28: Small lecture by Amy/Work on Project
WED 10/30: Small lecture by Amy/Work on Project
FRI 11/01: Reading Presentation: Ellis/Coffman
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Work on Project/Rich Humphrey available

 

WEEK seven

MON 11/04: Small lecture by Amy/Work on Project
WED 11/06: Small lecture by Amy/Work on Project
FRI 11/08: Reading Presentation: Tien/Kassianidou
.................MID TERM CRITIQUE ON PROJECT
.................present project to class/critique :Linda + Herman guests

 

WEEK eight

MON 11/11: Small lecture by Amy/Work on Project
WED 10/13: Small lecture by Amy/Work on Project
FRI 11/15: Reading Presentation: Donoghue/Wells
.................
Work on Project/Rich Humphrey available
WEEK nine

MON 11/18: Small lecture by Amy/Work on Project
WED 11/20: Small lecture by Amy/Work on Project
FRI 11/22: Reading Presentation: Stone/TBA
.................Work on Project/Rich Humphrey availablet
WEEK ten

MON 11/25: Small lecture by Amy/Work on Project
WED 11/27: Small lecture by Amy/Work on Project
NO CLASS/THANKSGIVING

 

FINAL WEEK

MON 12/02: Work on Project
WED 12/04: Work on Project
FRI 12/06: FINAL PROJECT DUE (tentative date)

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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