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Student Movie Posters from the Department of Art & Design

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Event Details

February 11 - May 31, 2013 | 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM | Joan and Robert Rechnitz Hall

Free Event

2nd Floor, Rechnitz Hall

What can you do with 4 colors, 4 names, 2 locations, 2 dates, 2 films genres and 4 adjectives? 
 
For this project, students are asked to create a concept for a movie poster for a film that does not exist. As a point of departure, students are asked to type up a list of colors, locations, names, dates, adjectives, and film genres. These words are then cut and distributed (via the nearest baseball hat). This compilation of information is then used as the catalyst for the story. From this exercise, students write a summary of the movie including plot line and character development. Once the story concept is discussed and approved, each student begins a visual journey resulting in the work displayed here on the gallery walls.
 
Coursework from:
AR374 Digital Imaging: Fall 2011, Spring 2012, Fall 2012
Professors Bright and Cresson

Event Categories

Joan and Robert Rechnitz Hall, Gallery Exhibitions