ART120 Computer Graphics for Art & Design

The theme for this course is digital media as a creative tool for graphic designers. Lectures introduce current and creative practitioners as well as concepts of vector and raster graphics, including digital type, image and device resolution, electronic color theory, file formats and digital print technologies. Labs assist with fluency in computer graphics applications. Studios apply concepts and applications to creative projects. Prerequisites: Art 115 or Art 100 for non-majors. Open to non-majors with instructor

Currently taught by:   Rob Bonds  

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