The minor allows students to study video, performance, and social impact through the integration of theory and practice. Students are prepared to analyze and critique moving images; plan, produce, and edit their own media productions in video/television and/or performance; and communicate through visual as well as audio medium. Strategically situating art, media and technology in a social context, students engage in a creative practice designed to make the change from the local to the global.
The minor consists of 16 credits.
Course topics may include:
- Digital Filmmaking
- The Multimedia Century
- Rethinking Documentary: Video Production
- Writing and Directing for Video
- Science Fictions
See course catalog for details