“Interdisciplinary Issues in Computer Art and Design”

  • ©James (Jim) F. Blinn, Frank Dietrich, Arthur (Art) Durinski, David Em, Yoichiro Kawaguchi, Scott Kim, Robin G. King, Monique Nahas, Barbara Nessim, Duane M. Palyka, Vibeke Sorensen, Joan R. Truckenbrod, and Patrick Whitney


    Who should attend?

    This Course will benefit artists and designers at all levels of experience in computer graphics as well as a general audience.

    Recommended background

    This is an introductory course for those interested in the interdisciplinary aspects of computer art and design.

    Course description

    This course will introduce digital concepts and techniques employed by professional artists and designers who are integrating computers into their creative processes. Topics will range from graphic design, typography and illustration to animation, music video and. experimental art. Issues of digital aesthetics and the artist-scientist dichotomy will be reflected in a historical and futuristic perspective. A team of well-known international artists, designers and educators will showcase state-of-the-art computer graphics and will discuss the integration of art, design and technology.

Contributed By:

    Pete Segal

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