Credit hours: 3--Contact hours: 90
Course number:
ART 250
Digital and Graphic Design
Prerequisite: basic 2D and 3D foundation courses required

This course is designed to engage intermediate and advanced students in a contemporary art dialogue that is not medium specific. A conceptual understanding of the framework of the art context will bring students to engage in new sites of cultural production, new methodologies, technologies, or genres and expand on each students’ creative potential by introducing innovative and diverse approaches to art making.
Meet the Faculty: Prof. Justin R. Thompson
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Justin Randolph Thompson is a sculptor and new media artist born in Peekskill, NY. In 2001 he received his BFA from the University of Tennessee and in 2003 his MFA from American University.
Living between Italy and the US since 2001, he has exhibited internationally and participated in numerous residencies in the US and in Europe. His work explores the historic implications of triumph

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See also the SRISA Facilities
SRISA Dark Room
Students Working in the Photo Studio
The Book Arts Facilities
Students Areas at San Gallo Campus
Painting and Drawing Facilities
Prof. Silva working in the Printmaking Studio