Sean Clute Teaching

Syllabi Examples

I am writing to apply for the position of Assistant Professor in New Media. Below are three examples of course syllabi. I am an Assistant Professor of Digital Art and Johnson State College in Vermont. I founded and direct a BFA in Media Arts at the Media Arts Research Studio (MARS).

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Intro to Digital Art [ART 2110]
Intro Digital Media is an overview of artistic and theoretical principles in electronic arts. Students will be taught basic image processing, vector-based design, video production and digital sound creation. Students will be exposed to work created by innovators of media arts to gain insight on applying technique and theory. The class will also provide an environment where students can share their work, ideas, and critique each others’ progress.

Intermedia [ART 4080]
Intermedia is an experimental class in which we will create new genres of art. Students will be mentored to develop awareness, imagination, and an interdisciplinary approach to creative practice. Students will be exposed to deep listening techniques, expanded cinema, movement research and emergent media. The class will also provide an environment where students are encouraged to attempt the unknown while embracing failure.

Video [ART 4150]
Video covers theoretical and artistic principles in video art. Students will be taught basic video recording, editing, effects, and audiovisual production techniques. Students will be exposed to work created by innovators of video art to gain insight on applying theory and technique. The class will also provide an environment where students can share their work, ideas and critique each others’ progress.