MAILED: May 3, 2001
EAU CLAIRE—The University of
Wisconsin-Eau Claire Continuing Education and UW-Extension will offer a digital
photography course May 21-June 8.
The course, “Advanced Photography” for
undergraduates, or “Graduate Independent Study” for graduate students, will
provide instruction in the three main areas of digital photography: sources for
photographs, computer processing of images with Adobe Photoshop and presentation
of finished work for display as prints, offset printing and the Web. It is
designed for both beginning and intermediate students and is particularly
appropriate for art educators, graphic artists, illustrators, and fine artists.
The class will meet Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to
noon and from 1 to 3 p.m., with open studio time available, in Rooms 217/219 and
207/209 of the Haas Fine Arts Center.
Each class will begin with instruction and demonstrations
followed by individual help with projects. Students will need to provide a
camera able to produce photographs of reasonable quality and one or more ZIP
disks to store work on. There will be several digital cameras available for use
on a rotating basis.
The course will cost $401.76 for three undergraduate
credits or $682.83 for three graduate credits. There is also a $35.00 lab fee
for all students, which covers the cost of a basic number of inkjet prints.
Participants will cover costs of film, processing and additional printing. Class
audit will be offered on a space available basis.
UW-Eau Claire Continuing Education, UW-Extension and the
UW-Eau Claire art department are sponsoring the class. Steve Terwilliger,
professor of art, will teach the course.
For more information, call La Vone Sneen, programming
assistant for continuing education, at (715) 836-3636 or send e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Janice B. Wisner
UW-Eau Claire News Bureau
Updated: May 3, 2001