|Summer II 2010
Art 120 (3h) Satisfies the Division III and Cultural Diversity requirements
"Re-Imaging Berlin" is a fine art, digital photography course. Students will research the history and location of specific historical documents, such as the photographs from the airlift of 1948 and the film of President Kennedy's (now cliché) "Ich Bin Ein Berliner." speech. Other location will include, Checkpoint Charlie, Potsdamer Platz and the new Reichstag. Students will travel to these sites via bicycle and mass transportation and re-photograph the area. Each student will create a body of images, which will be printed on a desktop inkjet printer for regular critiques. The final project will be a group of these images in a portfolio or book.
English with a brief introduction to German Language & Culture.
April 1 , 2008
$500 Non-Refundable deposit due.
Please send a letter of intent via email.
-------Down from $3600
Students will be two to an apartment, (same sex of course) with each apartment having its own private bathroom with shower, work/eating table, balcony, and a small kitchenette with stove and fridge (with utensils, pots & pans etc). Each student has a single bed with bedding (students will need to launder the sheets on their own). Towels should be brought from home or can be purchased in Berlin. There is a laundry room in the building.
John Pickel, Department of Art 336.758.4177 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Associate Professor of Art
Photography and Digital Imaging
Wake Forest University
1834 Wake Forest Road
Department of Art, Box 7232
Scales Fine Arts Center, 109
Winston-Salem, NC 27109