The Art Department has a new course for Photography & Imaging! PHOTO 256/ARTS 387/ARTS 6203/ARTS 7272: Tri-color Gum Bichromate Printing, taught Wednesdays 6-9:50pm online with Professor Matt Greco. Students interesting in registering for this course can find it in CUNYfirst using the following course codes: 54998 for PHOTO 256, 55000 for ARTS 387, 11676 for ARTS 6203, or 11689 for ARTS 7272
The Art Department has a new course for Photography & Imaging! PHOTO 225/235: Digital Pinhole and Large Format Printing, taught Tuesdays 2-5:50pm online with Professor Matt Greco. Students interesting in registering for this course can find it in CUNYfirst using the course code 11661 for PHOTO 225 or 11662 for PHOTO 235.
The Art Department is pleased to offer ARTS 240 (cross-listed with MEDST 281/758) as an online course for Spring 2021 on Mondays, 1:40-3:30pm with professors Zoe Beloff and Greg Sholette. Students interested in taking this course can find it in CUNYfirst using the course code 59350!
The Art Department is pleased to offer a design course for the Winter 2021 session – ARTS 191: Basic Software for Design taught by Faiyaz Jafri. This course will meet online Mon-Fri, 9:00am-12:50pm.
Basic Software for Design is an introduction to the fundamentals of prevailing software applications used in design; such as InDesign, Illustrator and Photoshop. Students work with multiple software applications to create projects that communicate through a variety of forms both digital and in print. This class prepares students with the necessary software skills required for upper level Design courses.
To enroll, log into your CUNYfirst account and enter course code 58267
Queens College is pleased to offer Art History 200 – Native North American Art as an online course for the Fall semester! This course is a broad survey of Native North American art as produced by a range of interrelated but distinct cultural zones. As such, the course samples from the arts of people from the Eastern Woodlands and Mississippian cultures; the Great Plains and Great Basin; the Southwest Pueblos and California; and the Pacific Northwest and the Arctic. The study of each region concludes with a consideration of individual modern and/or contemporary Native artists.
In its exploration of Native America’s multiple modes of visual expression, this online course includes multi-media presentations (PowerPoints and video links), biweekly reading & writing assignments, online Forum discussions, and a term paper.
This is a rigorous reading-intensive survey. As such, it is best suited to self-motivated students who bring a natural curiosity about the subject as well as a love of reading. The instructor will provide detailed guidance on the research and writing approaches required for this course.
Photo & Imaging classes have a new course number! Any students who are interested in taking Photography courses can now find these courses listed under the “Photography” section in CUNYfirst instead of “Art” and will have the PHOTO prefix instead of ARTS. Non-majors are welcome to take PHOTO courses (prerequisites apply) and registration is open for Fall 2020 classes!