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Digital

Mondays

Moving Images & Modes of Display

SCULPTURE_OPEN_LIFECourse Code: D1602C101
Tutors: Levin Haegele
Dates: Mondays, 9th January – 20th March 2017
Times: 10am – 5pm
Weeks: 10
Experience Level: All Levels
Fee: £495

This course gives students an opportunity to work with video and consider its final realisation for display in a chosen setting. The course starts with small workshops that will give students an introduction to recording material digitally and editing it with video and audio software. There will also be a special off-site workshop that will push students to work quickly in groups and respond to a new environment through time based media. The remainder of the course will be devoted to students realising their own projects in a chosen location, considering how site could affect and inform their work. We will also discuss how different modes of display can be interpreted and in turn how they can be exploited. Students will also be encouraged to consider how culture today and our familiarity with the “screen” could affect the presentation, production and content of video.

Levin Haegele is an artist and post-production specialist. He has taught courses at Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design, the University of Brighton, and Southampton Solent University.

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Thursdays

The Photographic Image

SCULPTURE_OPEN_LIFECourse Code: D1602C102
Tutors: Levin Haegele
Dates: Thursdays, 12th January – 23rd March 2017
Times: 10am – 5pm
Weeks: 10
Experience Level: All Levels
Fee: £495

Starting with the fundamental principles of photography, students will learn how to take proper exposures and develop a greater understanding of the medium itself in relation to today’s digital culture. The course will give students a thorough overview of all aspects of using a digital camera. Over the 10 weeks, students will learn about Aperture, Shutter Speed, ISO, Focusing, Depth of Field, Lighting and everything else they need to get a quality exposure in a variety of environments. Through this series of workshops, assignments and discussions, students will learn about the technical nature of photography as well as pursuing their own interest in subject matter.

Levin Haegele is an artist and post-production specialist with over 20 years of photography experience. He has taught courses at Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design, the University of Brighton and Southampton Solent University.

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