West Virginia University's Jackson Hole Photography Workshop is now accepting applications for the intensive summer photography course, ART 331: CRN: 51411, located in the remote area of northwestern Wyoming.
The 10-day program, which runs from June 18-28, 2015 allows students to travel through the area's terrain while experimenting with various forms of image making. Among the locations visited are Yellowstone National Park, Grand Teton National Park, the National Elk Refuge, the St. Anthony Sand Dunes and an authentic western rodeo.
The Music Industry minor is designed to equip students with the fundamental, analytical, and creative knowledge/skills necessary for commercial practice in the music industry. The music industry is a vibrant, multi-billion dollar global industry, vast in scope and reach, offering a product that is deeply ingrained into the fabric of every country and culture around the world. As such, it offers extensive professional opportunities to those who are trained, knowledgeable, and versed in its systems, methods, and practices.
3 credit hours
CRN: 53349, June 8-26
Meets: Monday/Tuesday from 9am-3pm and then online/remote sessions Wednesday-Friday
Model your own simple 3D character,
Create a custom texture for it,
Make a basic animation of it in 3D space,
Render it with advanced settings, and
Create a final movie file of your animation.
To learn more, contact Gerald Habarth at firstname.lastname@example.org. Register online today!