PHOT 319: Telling Story (on-Line)

This course asks: How do we tell a story in an age of information using photography? Story can locate both teller and recipient in the transitional experience of coming to know. Where we come to know, how, when and with whom are questions that lead towards the authorship of our own lives-those stories that constitute living immediate culture. This studio based course (with seminar component) will place the photographic stories of its participants in the centre of the group's inquiry. Participants will develop their skills to make photographs, edit sequence, and work with a range of non-linear narrative structures and forms including the use of text. Relationships between oral, written, photographic and electronic media will be experienced and investigated. This course is offered on-line. Off campus students are required to have access to computers, scanners and camera equipment. Basic computer and PhotoShop skills.

Priority is given to PHOT students in Years 3 and 4. Students outside of the registration priority group may register/waitlist for this course as of the registration rule release date.


Any 200 level PHOT, or one of FNDT 160, FNDT 146 or FNDT 147 AND 18 credits of 200 level studio courses

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