Tasmanian Creative Arts

FFR252 Digital Imaging Foundations

Digital Imaging Foundations

This unit provides students with a theoretical and technical introduction to digital imaging focusing on art related applications. The unit provides a technical foundation for the use of digital imaging as a vehicle for the visual communication of ideas and content. Students will be introduced to basic procedures for capturing, generating, editing and manipulating images from point of origin to output.

Digital Imaging has the capacity to cross over into many other media platforms and as such hybrid projects that involve photography, performance, sculpture, video, textiles, painting, drawing and ceramics are encouraged with a primary emphasis is on digital image component. Students will be asked to consider the conceptual and aesthetic relationships forged within and across the medium.

This workshop will be delivered by Dr. Jen Brown

Jen is graduate of the University of Queensland and Southern Cross University. Her creative practice spans digital photography & video, sound art, web-based interactive works and architectural projection. Recently exhibited works include the installation 'Package Tour' in 'Small Protests Against Forgetting' in the UTAS Academy Gallery and 'Tasdancing', a solo exhibition of photomedia images, in the NEW Gallery, Newnham. Jen has also had a substantial career in teaching and enjoys working with student of all ages and cultural backgrounds.