ART243 Details

3 Credit Hours

Course Description:

A course exploring how animation has developed into its own unique art form. The course will begin with an investigation of pre-animation innovations and advance to coverage of how animation developed during significant historical events such as WWI, the Great Depression, WWII, and the fall of the Soviet Union. Students will develop an understanding of the methods pioneered by influential animation houses such as Disney, Warner Brothers, and the Fleischer Studio. As the course progresses, student will practice critiquing the animations discussed through the lens of historical context and artistic style.

Discipline: Art


Sections Offered in Fall 2020:

ART243-01: History of Animation (Jr/Sr Only) Rowekamp, Katelyn Suzanne
Open: 1 / Reg: 19 / Max: 20
  Open
Instruction Type Building / Room Days Meeting Dates Meeting Times
Online - Without Set Times None (Online) ------- 08/17/2020 - 12/03/2020 --


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