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|APAM 2002 - Dynamic Drawing & Letterforms|
This course introduces students to the algorithmic methods of visual form within a dynamic environment. Students will learn the building blocks of programming, creating dynamic images, type and interfaces that can translate into print, screen, and space. Through weekly problems, students learn programming fundamentals that translate in virtually all programming platforms as well as contemporary methods for creative output. Open to: university undergraduates at the sophomore level.
3.000 Credit hours
3.000 Lecture hours
Schedule Types: Studio
Paris Art, Media & Technology Department
Non-Liberal Arts, Open to Non Majors