Category Archives: Writing

Self Critique

  There have been many ways in which I have found I need to improve. For starters making sure that I have documented and walked through all the stages of the animation. This helps me keep track of what needs … Continue reading

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Production 2 Write Up

  I went to the Llowellen gallery right on the Alfred State campus. This exhibition was on works of art created by various teachers within the school. It was great to see some of the works produced by many of … Continue reading

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Write Up Interactive Media

For this write up I went to Bret Llewellyn, the gallery was intriguing because it was all interactive. There was a computer mouse staged in the middle of the gallery on a bench, when you moved the mouse, the whole … Continue reading

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Interactive Write Up

Play a game that you could play forever Analyze the interaction. The game I could play forever is Plants vs Zombies. The game interaction is simple in Plants vs. Zombie’s; you only use the mouse as a way of clicking on … Continue reading

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Student Critique

For this we had to do a critique of another classmates camera angles. For mine I did it on Jack Azueta’s photos in his post “Frame Exercise”. Jack Azueta’s WordPress: https://azuetaja.wordpress.com/2015/09/01/frame-exercise/

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Calibrating Color Write Up

I went to the Cohen Gallery in Alfred. The exhibition showing was the Calibrating Color. This exhibition was comprised of many artist works. The exhibition celebrates ceramics as a site for phenomena of color. The exhibition took place from April … Continue reading

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Yale Gallery Write Up

I recently had the privilege to tour the Yale Museum of Art. I have seen many galleries and artist, but never any “famous” artist, if you will. The Yale Museum of Art; however, had many artists works, like Picasso, Ruebens, … Continue reading

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