VIC3003: History of Visual Communications

Credits 4
Course Length
4 weeks
The History of Visual Communications course surveys how people have used the visual arts to communicate stories and concepts throughout history and across disciplines. From cave paintings to digital media, students will explore how visual techniques have been used to communicate emotions, break sociocultural boundaries, and share new ideas. Special attention will be given to the emerging forms of art and media that have developed through the workings of human-computer interaction and the implications of these new forms on the future of visual communication.

* This specific course uses the Florida Statewide Course Numbering System (SCNS).

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