advanced photography, collage, disease, famine and war
advanced photography, forensic anthropology, history of photography
pratty art history, large format, platinum, advanced white and black, drawing II
photo II, video I, book arts, philosophy of art
My curriculum for Division II primarily focuses on the practice of photography with an interest in traditional analogue methods. My first two semesters of photography classes will exercise my ability to use a wide range of photography equipment including various film formats, cameras, lighting methods, as well as alternative and advanced printing processes. Advanced Photography, in my two final semesters of Division II, serve to challenge the integration of theory and practice in my photography.
As another means of nourishing my visual practice, I make it a continuous effort to enroll in art history courses and other visual art courses. It offers me the opportunity to explore and comprehend the boundaries of other mediums. In addition, it allows me to acknowledge my influences as a way of identifying similarities with my own photographic work.
I also consider my few classes in cultural anthropology significant in my course lay out. While it may not play a direct role in my visual work, I found that it was academically stimulating for my research, writing, and critical thinking skills.
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