ARS320 Essential Electronics and Kinetics for Artists
This course instructs students in the use and application of basic electronics and mechanics in their artwork. This is a studio based course where student projects integrate electronics and kinetics. The class also examines and contextualizes this type of work with historical and current art production. This course may be repeated for credit.
- 3 (may be repeated for credit)
- Must be enrolled in one of the following majors: Visual Arts Education (189), Ceramics (271), Metal (272), Graphic Design (279), Printmaking (274), Sculpture (275), Photography (276), Visual Arts (277), Undeclared:Pre-Art Education (00AE), Painting (273)
- May not be enrolled in the following class: Freshman
- (ARS100 Minimum Grade of C and ARS101 Minimum Grade of C and ARS102 Minimum Grade of C and ARS103 Minimum Grade of C and ARS270 Minimum Grade of C)