Course: MES160-1100, Spring 2023

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MES160-1100, Spring 2023
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Media Arts and Technology
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Animation and Motion Graphics, A.S., Multimedia Programming and Design, A.S.
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Spring 2023
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World History of Animation introduces students to seminal works of animation across time and cultures. The course discusses the evolution of the art form through the lens of technical innovations, socio-political contexts, and aesthetic movements. Students will study works ranging from large productions to independent and experimental shorts, and the influence of different international productions on one another, including Asian and European works and creators.

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