Semestar Course Time Professor 1 Studio Lighting Mon 12:00 -2:50 David Scorpick 1 Psychology Mon 3:15 -6:05 ?? 1 Intro Tuesday 3:15 -6:05 Ronald Wood 1 Exp. Production Thursday 12-2:50 Barbara Astman 1 History Of Phot Thursday 3:15-6:05 ?? 2 Digital Imaging Wednesday 12:00- 2:50 David Scorpick 2 Intro Concept/proc Wednesday 3:15 -6:05 ?? 2 Colour I Thursday 8:30- 1120 John Jones 2 Film Studies Thursday 3:15-6:05 + Tutorial @ 6:30 - 7:20 2 Contemp Issues In Photg Friday 12:00-2:50 Vid Ingelevics Edit : emestar 1 PHOT 2B01 Photography: Light and Studio 0.50 Credit(s) Studio This course introduces students to the basics of lighting for studio and location photography. The principles of lighting, including temperature, sources and lighting styles, are also covered. Students explore issues relating to lighting through a range of studio and location exercises. SOSC 2B03 Social Psychology and Consumer Behaviour 0.50 Credit(s) Academic Course The course explains how and why we buy goods and services. In other words, the course studies how individuals come to make decisions around the spending of their available resources (time, money, effort) on consumption-related items. Relatedly, it addresses why we often buy excessively (the consumer society critique). This necessarily requires us to look at what good and services mean to us such that we purchase them. That is, how do goods and services give expression to the tastes, values and affiliations of individuals and groups(i.e., self-representations)? PHOT 2B03 Introductory Photography: Basic 0.50 Credit(s) Studio This course offers an introduction to the technical and visual tools of photography, including camera functions, film exposure and black-and- white darkroom procedures. In class demonstrations, lectures and critiques support hands-on practice. meh PHOT 2B15 Photography: Experimental Contemporary Processes 0.50 Credit(s) Studio This studio-based course introduces students to non-traditional photographic processes. Through a series of workshops and lectures, students are exposed to contemporary methods of creating images. Students in this class are encouraged to explore their creative voice through experimental methods and materials. VISC 2B13 History of Photography 0.50 Credit(s) Academic Course This slide-lecture course offers an overview of the history of photography from a social and aesthetic perspective. The role of photography as a documentary and artistic medium in the 19th and 20th centuries is explored, as well as the ways in which the mass reproduction of images has altered our perceptions of reality, subjectivity, memory and culture. Emphasis is placed on analyzing photography as a formal and conceptual language framed by cultural specificity and historical context. Semestar 2: PHOT 2B07 Digital Imaging I 0.50 Credit(s) Studio Students explore digital imaging as it relates to photographic practice. This course provides a basic overview of digital technology including Photoshop, scanning and printing. Hands-on practice is supplemented by demonstrations, lectures and presentations. Basic computer literacy is required. PHOT 2B13 Introductory Photography : Concept and Process 0.50 Credit(s) Studio Students are further introduced to the technical and visual tools of photography. Emphasis is on acquiring a creative vocabulary and greater awareness of photographic and photo-based practice. Presentations, lectures and hands-on experience assist in the development of conceptual skills and working methods. Print Course PHOT 2B05 Colour I 0.50 Credit(s) Studio This studio-based course explores the creative use of colour in contemporary photography. Students are introduced to the materials and processes of colour photography with an emphasis on learning darkroom skills. Hands-on practice is supplemented by presentations, lectures and critiques of student work. Aesthetic issues and trends are discussed. VISC 2B08 Film Studies: An Introduction 0.50 Credit(s) Academic Course Cinema has been a key medium for artistic expression for over a hundred years. This course focuses on moments of radical innovation in the practices and theories of world cinema, as it developed from its birth in the 1890s to the present day. Through in-class film screenings, lectures, assigned readings and written assignments, students will develop an understanding of major directors (Muybridge, Eisenstein, Welles, Rossellini, Godard, Snow, Wong Kar-Wei) and forms (fiction, documentary, experimental), as well as a facility with key concepts of film theory. Print Course PHOT 2B12 Contemporary Issues: Art Today (PHOT) 0.50 Credit(s) Studio/Seminar This studio-seminar exposes students to the theories, issues and formal strategies that inform contemporary art practices. This specific offering concentrates on photography with reference to other media. Weekly seminars explore issues and ideas through the following forums: presentation of artists' works, text analysis, lectures, discussions, and student presentations of projects and assignments.