Umass Students Show Off Computer-Generated Art

Dartmouth, MA-The University of Massachusetts Dartmouth 11th Annual Student Electronic Imaging Festival was held Friday, November 21, 2003 at 7:30 p.m., in the College of Visual and Performing Arts Recital Hall, Room 153, Group VI.

Dartmouth, MA—The University of Massachusetts Dartmouth 11th Annual Student Electronic Imaging Festival was held Friday, November 21, 2003 at 7:30 p.m., in the College of Visual and Performing Arts Recital Hall, Room 153, Group VI. 

This annual festival presented a variety of student work, and featured computer-generated two- and three-dimensional animation, still images and multimedia projects from classes at all levels. 

Students enrolled in the Photographic/Electronic Imaging program are introduced to traditional photographic and contemporary electronic media. Vigorous historical and conceptual components and hands-on skills and methodologies complete the course of study, allowing a student to solve a wide range of visual and aesthetic challenges. 

Photography courses cover basic to advanced equipment and process information, historical to contemporary alternative processes, and an understanding of image content as it relates to communication. The manipulation and integration of images, video, graphics, text, and sound are combined in the creation of a common language. Students work with computer image capturing and processing technology, computer animation, and multi-media production. 

For more information about the Festival, contact Professor Harvey Goldman at (508) 999-8563 or hgoldman@umassd.edu. 


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