See also

ART STU HT Studio: Cybergraphics
FILM 267 History of Video Art
MUS 134 Fundamentals of Music
MUS 216 The Arithmetic of Listening
MUS 227 World Music
MUS 255 Classics of Modernism
MUS 310X Electronic Music/Art

INTARTS A (1) Workshop A, Section 1: Composition Workshop: Color

Professor: Laura Battle

CRN: 12463

Time: Mon 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm FISHER

This course will combine the rigors of color analysis (Albers, Itten, Faber, Birren, etc.) with experimentation in two and three dimensions, in a variety of media.

INTARTS A (2) Workshop A, Section 2: All-Media Composition and Performance

Professor: Benjamin Boretz

CRN: 12466

Time: Tu 1:30 pm - 4:00 pm Brook House

Compositions and performances in all media and combinations of media, composed/performed individually and in collaboration, scripted, scored, or realized in analog, digital, ro graphic form, prepared for 'live' performance, installation, or mechanical artifacts or other relevant modes of presentation, to be offered socially at commonspace or performance or installation events. The Composers' Ensemble meets separately to practice the arts of compositional performance, in sound and other media, including the exploration of cybernetically inspired structures. Participation in a variety of public-performance situations, in collaboration with other workshops and programs (Studio Art, Dance, Music, Film and Electronic Media) is planned. Composers' Ensemble may be taken by itself for 1 credit (see description under INTARTS E, below). Limited enrollment; consultation with Mr. Boretz before registration is recommended.

INTARTS B Workshop B: Production and Reproduction; Analog and Digital Resources

Professor: Benjamin Boretz

CRN: 12467

Time: Wed 1:30 pm - 4:00 pm Brook House

A laboratory in basic production and reproduction techniques and skills, introducing students to fundamentals in the use of resources for sampling, processing, generating, and recording available at the Integrated Arts Center in Brook House. Practice in recording events, placing microphones, reinforcing sound, and mastering and burning audio CDs will be facilitated. Students who qualify will be able to produce their own work in these studios and act as supervisors for the work of others. Most of the equipment currently available is for audio production and reproduction, but rudimentary facilities for primitive video production and fairly good video reproduction are also available. Samples from the recorded and theoretical literature will be heard/viewed regularly. Enrollment is limited, with priority given to students who have moderated in Integrated Arts or are planning to do so. See Mr. Boretz before registration to discuss enrollment.

INTARTS C Integrated Arts Aesthetics Seminar-Film and Poetry/Language and Image

Professor: John Pruitt

CRN: 12468

Time: Tu 9:30 am - 12:30 pm Preston Film Centre
Screening: Mon 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm Preston Film Centre

The course will closely examine a mode of filmmaking which bears a fruitful connection to both the content and formal structures of lyric poetry. A secondary focus will be theoretical and expressive issues raised by the cinema's ability in certain key works to attempt a convergence of language and image into a dynamic, aesthetic whole. Films by Man Ray, Marcel Duchamp, Alexander Dovzhenko, Maya Deren, Stan Brakhage, Robert Breer, Michael Snow, and Hollis Frampton, among others. Pertinent theoretical texts by many of the same filmmakers as well as carefully selected poems by a number of 19th and 20th century poets, including P.B. Shelley, Walt Whitman, Emily Dickinson, Wallace Stevens, H.D. et al. The Prelude by William Wordsworth and Paterson by William Carlos Williams will be crucial reading. There is one required long paper and a short video/film project. While open to non-majors, the course has been especially geared to work as a meeting ground for filmmakers, poets, and practitioners of integrated arts. Juniors and Seniors will be given first priority in enrollment.

INTARTS D Commonspace Colloquium

Professor: Integrated Arts Faculty

CRN: 12469

Time: Th 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm Brook House

The Integrated Arts community meets weekly to dialogue, share work, offer presentations and performances, and encounter visiting colleagues offering talks and presentations. Everyone signing up for work in Integrated Arts should leave this time free and participate. 2 credits (for participants not enrolled in Integrated Arts courses or workshops).

INTARTS E Integrated Arts Composers' Ensemble

Professor: Benjamin Boretz

CRN: 12470

Time: Tu 7:30 pm - 10:00 pm Brook House

1 credit.
A standing ensemble including resources from all and any media, meeting weekly to rehearse and prepare performances of work composed for the ensemble by its members and others, Cybernetic resources such as interfaces with computers, MIDI, sound processors, movement and/or light sensors; complex spatial environments created by the deployment of electronic and physical linkages, involving both near and remote locations, are going to be constructed and employed. No special technical expertise is required for participation, though all types of technical and performance expertise are likely to be valued.

LIT 2110 Performance, Body, Gender

Professor: Nancy Leonard

CRN: 12332

Time: Th 1:20 pm - 3:20 pm OLIN 202

Cross-listed: Gender Studies, Integrated Arts
2 Credits.
The course will meet from the week of Feb. 23rd through the week of April l3.

A course in thinking about performance and a workshop experimenting with it within a variety of art practices: drama, dance, theory, poetics, music, and photography or video. We will explore the recent tendency to discuss meaning as produced in performance rather than embodied in texts performed. Feminist and queer perspectives will be especially important to the work of the course. Guest faculty from a variety of arts will frequently help lead classes. We will read theoretical work about performance, about its social and political values (performing sexual identities, or racial ones), and about particular performers (Cindy Sherman, Robert Mapplethorpe, Bill T Jones). Theorists include Peggy Phelan, Judith Butler, and Derrida, among others.