Instructor: Gloria Marco Munuera Ph.D.
Credit hours:
3--Contact hours: 90
Course number: ARTH380
Department: Photography and Film Production
Prerequisite: none

Course description:
This course proposes an examination of photography from its prehistory to the present from a practical point of view.  During class there will be theoretical lectures, slide shows, demonstrations, and field trips: including visits to photo exhibitions and the MNAF Museum of Photography.  These on-site excursions will address photography’s multiple histories and its different technologies through time. Students in the course will also study a variety of classical techniques including hands-on demonstrations of pinhole cameras, stereo photography, solargraphy, cyanotypes, salt prints and Polaroid transfers. Throughout the course, students will become familiar with images and technologies made by important contributors of the history of photography.  They will additionally learn the vocabulary and issues of photographic theory, practice, and criticism and will be expected to make an active contribution to class discussions and presentations. 
Meet the Faculty: Prof. Gloria Marco Munuera Ph.D.
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Gloria Marco Munuera was born in Spain. She is an art/photographer who uses digital and alternative techniques within photography. She holds a PhD in Fine Arts-Photography from RMIT University in Melbourne, Australia. She also graduated with a MFA from the Polytechnic University of Valencia, Spain, and an MA in Photography from the Libera Accademia of Art in Florence, Italy.

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