DDA-607A Graduate Animation Seminar I
6:00 pm – 8:50 pm
Myrtle Hall, 4W -06
This course is designed to immerse students in the critical discourse and practice of digital animation. Students formulate and sharpen their thesis ideas as they gain theoretical fluency for using both linear and non-linear story structures. The course format combines lectures, viewings, discussions, student presentations and field trips. Students immediately begin to consider their thesis work at the beginning of this semester and create an animatic by semester’s end, which they will continue to explore and develop throughout the first year. Weekly readings and/or projects are assigned throughout the semester.