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ARTS-160 Digital Art I
This course is an introduction to the techniques and aesthetics of the personal computer as a visual arts tool. A variety of software and hardware will be utilized in the development of a portfolio of printed and electronic images in this new medium. The course will place emphasis on creative individuality. Students enrolled in Studio courses will devote a minimum of 4 - 6 hours per week outside of class to develop and complete assignments. These times are flexible and can be rearranged with the instructor.
Fall and Spring

No prerequisite.

For a syllbus see:
http://napolitano.georgetown.edu/nap_classes.html
Credits: 3
Prerequisites: None
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