Mark Millstein

Professor

Art & Design

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College of Visual & Performing Arts 353A

Teaching

Programs

Teaching

Courses

History of animation and experimental film. Through weekly screenings (and 3 of 4 required evening events), students study poetic, surrealist, structuralist and groundbreaking film (from Vertov to Michael Snow) and animation (from early Mickey Mouse to the Quay Brothers claymations to contemporary computer generated imagery). Students investigate the intersections between race, gender, technology, politics, commercialism and personal expression.

History of animation and experimental film. Through weekly screenings (and 3 of 4 required evening events), students study poetic, surrealist, structuralist and groundbreaking film (from Vertov to Michael Snow) and animation (from early Mickey Mouse to the Quay Brothers claymations to contemporary computer generated imagery). Students investigate the intersections between race, gender, technology, politics, commercialism and personal expression.

Production planning, storytelling, storyboarding, and story presentation methods. Includes an introduction to film language and technical skills for time-based media construction.

Production planning, storytelling, storyboarding, and story presentation methods. Includes an introduction to film language and technical skills for time-based media construction.

Offered as needed to present material in the design field. The specific topic is stated when the course is scheduled. May be repeated with change of content

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