Art - Design
ARTG 5000: Design and Mental Health
Studio - 1 credit
- Topic: Introduction to Computational Creative Practice.
- This course introduces students to computational art, focusing on the use of computational processes for the creation of interactive and generative experiences.
- In this class, students will use data and mathematical procedures to generate images, express ideas, and create meaning.
- Students will gain practice-based experience with the benefits and limitations of using computational processes, reflecting on what computers can and cannot do well.
- They will use computational procedures and concepts, such as automation, recursion, and data processing, for creative purposes.
- Students will make creative computational projects using code and/or other media, such as photography, video, performance, installation, etcetera.
- This course may have restrictions for Art + Design programs , all students (CAMD or from other colleges) are welcome to request registration based on availability and on a first come first serve basis.
- To request registration for a course, please contact Ariel Rodriguez to complete the A + D Grad Registration Request Form.
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