University of Colorado Boulder
Creative Minds @Libby Residential Arts Program
LIBB 2500-280R Digital Media Art. 3 hours.
Students utilize various multimedia hardware and software including the camera, computer, scanner, Adobe Creative Suite programs, and other online resources for both artistic expression and professional development. Contextualizes digital art topics in twenty-first century issues concerning the Internet of Things.
ARTS 1171 Photography for Non-Majors. 3 hours.
Introduces techniques and concepts of photography as art. Emphasizes photography as a means to formal and expressive ends.
Front Range Community College - Larimer Campus
HUM 1003 Introduction to Film Art. 3 hours.
Introduces film terminology and narrative techniques to explore how film conveys meaning and to study the relationships among film form, content, and audience reception. This course emphasizes active viewing, discussion, and critical analysis of films from different cultures and eras.
University of North Texas
MRTS 2010 Introduction to Media Arts Writing. 3 hours.
Introduction to media writing and study of the basic theories, methodologies, techniques, principles and formats for the scripting of narrative and non-narrative media, including "New Media." Related software for screenplay, television, industrial and multi-media writing is explored. Required writing course for all MRTS pre-majors. (Sections 001 and 002)
MRTS 2010.005 Introduction to Media Arts Writing. 3 hours.
MRTS 2210.001 Introduction to MRTS Production. 3 hours.
An introduction to basic techniques. Audio, television (studio and location) and single-camera video and film methods are investigated. Includes production exercises and experiments. (Lecture component)
MRTS 2210 Introduction to MRTS Production. 3 hours.
An introduction to basic techniques. Audio, television (studio and location) and single-camera video and film methods are investigated. Includes production exercises and experiments. (Sections 307 and 308 - Lab components)
MRTS 2010.001 Introduction to Media Arts Writing. 3 hours.
MUS 208 Naropa Chorus. 3 hours.
Using music from all periods of history (Medieval, Renaissance, Baroque, classical, folk, pop, jazz, world, and contemporary), students learn how to breathe freely, stand and move dynamically, and sing in many styles and voice qualities with comfort and confidence.
University of Colorado at Boulder
Libby Residential Arts Program
MUEL 2852 Music of the Rock Era. 3 hours.
Examines Rock music and its subgenres, primarily as a fusion of African-American and European-American musical styles. Considers precursors to Rock style (e.g. Blues, Folk) and their contributions. Traces the development of Rock as an art form as well as its cultural significance and saturation from the 1960s to the end of the 20th century.