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Expanded Animation (CTXA)
- link: cinema.usc.edu/expandedanimation Fall and Spring semester D class assignments are available by contacting email@example.com. Please include your first and last name, USC ID#, USC email address, and the class number, title, and section number. If you are not an animation MFA student, please indicate your grade level and program major. Once you receive notification of D-clearance, your D-clearance will only be effective until its expiration date, so please register ASAP. All elective courses will change from "D" to "R" after the end of early registration. You must attend the first session of a course or you may be replaced by a student on the waiting list, even if you are registered.
Analysis and application of animated motion for contemporary practices, with an emphasis on the synergistic relationship between traditional mastery and non-traditional exploration.
- Note: Students are also required to attend five Graduate Diversity Lab sessions over the semester focused on building stronger, more diverse and equitable media communities. A list of session dates and times will be available on the first week of classes.
|19710R||037||Lecture||4:00-6:50pm||Tuesday||2 of 16||Greg Garay||SCB205|
A weekly academic forum in which guest researchers, academics, and professionals in the leading edge of their fields share their research and engage students in their process.
|19711D||037||Lecture||7:00-8:50pm||Wednesday||26 of 60||Maks Naporowski||SCI108|
Fundamentals of film, video and computer animation production. Orientation to assist students on determining future emphases and specialties.
|19705R||037||Lecture-Lab||1:00-3:50pm||Tuesday||4 of 16||Elisabeth Mann,||SCB205||PDF (338967 KB)|
A study and an experimentation of cinematic expression through movement across social, esthetic and scientific realms. Lab experiments in virtual space.
|19713D||037||Lecture-Lab||9:30-12:20pm||Tue, Thu||8 of 16||Maks Naporowski||SCA356|
Incorporation of traditional image making methods as well as digital and new media technologies to convey non-linear narratives over internal and external landscapes.
|19709R||037||Lecture||12:30-3:20pm||Monday||7 of 16||Kathy Smith||RZC117||PDF (173944 KB)|