Digital Arts


The use of digital art has rapidly become a primary method of communication in our fast-paced, visually-oriented culture. This course is an introduction to some of the current software available to the artist/designer. Students in the Macintosh lab (The Mac is the most widely used platform in art schools and in the graphics industry) will use the computer as a tool to solve artistic problems. The software most used will be the Adobe CS6 Suite, which includes Photoshop and Illustrator. Lessons will also include the use of scanners, digital cameras, drawing tablets, color printers and the internet.


Course Overview

Teacher: Mr. Ratkevich

Course Title and Number:

    Digital Arts 537

Room: 211

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