Courses

Storytelling with Technology for Performance (LA)

Telling stories through performance is human nature, but how can we use technology to enhance, frame, or reveal new perspectives on stories told? Students will learn about tools and techniques from design professionals, and will engage directly and collaboratively with technology to design experiences focused around live performance. Areas covered may include projections and multimedia, lighting, sound, interactivity/wearable tech, and programming for creative applications, as well as other digital+analog techniques. This class aims to bring together students with arts and STEM backgrounds, and does not require prior experience.

Other Information:
Sessions presenting new skills will be recorded for student use.

Prerequisites and Restrictions
No experience required. Students may elect to register for THR 210A (LA designation) or THR 210B (QCR designation). In either case, students must register for both M and W sections. All students will engage with the same course content and be expected to complete the same assignments.

Application required — please scroll down to complete the application form on this page. The course is currently full but interested students should still apply. Seats in the class will be made available as they open.

Faculty

VIDEO

THR 210: From Ideation to Creation from Lewis Center for the Arts on Vimeo.

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Sections

C01

Mondays, 1:30 - 4:20 PM

B01 (Lab)

Wednesdays, 1:30 - 2:50 PM