Fall 2019 not offered
This is an intensive course that will provide students with a historical, theoretical, and ethical overview associated with documentary photographic practice. It is intended for advanced students that have taken Photography I (ARST 251) or Photography II (ARST 352). Assignments, readings, and discussions will be geared toward the development of a cohesive body of work with focus on research and development of a concept, editing and sequencing of photographs, and fine printing. This course will serve as preparation for thesis work undertaken during the senior year and is recommended for prospective or current majors.
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||Prerequisites: ARST251 OR ARST352
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Interviews will be Thursday April 12th from 11:30am-12:45pm. Please submit POI before interview. Note: if students can¿t make that time they should contact Prof. Rudensky to confirm their interest and set up an alternative time to interview.
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