Spring 2019 Studio In Creative Tech
A&HA5128 | CRN 98770
Bring digital to form through the use of high-tech tools for creation. This course encourages deep exploration and creativity with computational materials and fabrication tools that can be applied to interdisciplinary practice across the arts, design, and engineering. Even people new to technology can jump right into making through media that they are most familiar with, and find intersections with technology to enhance and drive their work. Facilitated by an instructor with extensive background in maker-education, this course provides the a rich support structure and the opportunity for peer learning. Workshops in 2D and 3D design and fabrication along with pop-up workshops in micro-controllers and electronics as needed. Weekly meetings and guest artists chats will allow students to share their processes and to receive feedback. Prerequisite: none.
Please contact instructor Erin Riley(firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information.