Art Studio Courses


3 Week Session


ARTS 350/450: Multimedia I

Fundamental concepts and skills for using technology to design, create, express, and present. This project-oriented class will develop knowledge and competencies related to digital imaging, animation, video, multimedia, production and presentation. Prereq.: One from ARTS 101, ARTS 106, ARTS 216, or ARTS 220 or permission of the Director of Art Education, Tim Shuckerow, txs10@case.edu.

Credits: 3
Dates: May 12 - May 30
Times: MTWRF 9:30 a.m-12:00 p.m.
Instructor: Jared Bendis
Contact: jared.bendis@case.edu

8 Week Session


ARTS 220: Photography Studio I

Art Studio Facility, Corner of Murray Hill and Adelbert Roads

Camera, film, and darkroom techniques. Development of basic black and white perceptual and photographic skills. Darkroom and photographic field and lab work. 35mm camera required.

Credits: 3
Dates: June 2 - July 28
Times: TR 6:00-9:00 p.m.
Instructor: Alexander Aitken
Contact: alexander.aitken@case.edu

6 Week Session


ARTS 399: Independent Study in Art Studio

Class meets at Squire Valleevue Farm, lower farm

Independent Study in Art Studio; by permit of the Director of Art Education, Tim Shuckerow, txs10@case.edu.

Credits: 1-3
Dates: June 16 - 27; July 9
Times: MTWRF 10:00 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
Instructor: Tim Shuckerow
Contact: txs10@case.edu
ARTS 497: Summer Workshop in Art Education

Class meets at Squire Vallevue Farm

A current art education issue is covered in depth; by permit of the Director of Art Education, Tim Shuckerow, txs10@case.edu.

Credits: 3
Dates: June 16 - 27; July 9
Times: MTWRF 10:00 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
Instructor: Tim Shuckerow
Contact: txs10@case.edu


Summer Courses


Anthropology Cognitive Science Philosophy
Art History Earth, Environmental and Planetary Sciences Physics
Art Studio Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Political Science
Astronomy Engineering Psychological Sciences
Bioethics English Religious Studies
Biology Ethnic Studies SAGES
Biomedical Engineering History Sociology
Chemical Engineering Mathematics, Applied Mathematics and Statistics Theater
Chemistry Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering World Literature
Civil Engineering Modern Languages and Literatures
Classics Music