Photography

The Photography major at IWU is a multi-faceted approach to lens-based media designed to give students a comprehensive experience in photography. Classroom offerings begin with an introductory digital imagery course and build upon this foundation with additional digital-based studies. Realizing the importance of traditional techniques and silver gelatin processes, we also provide students with film-based darkroom classes and activities.

Preparation for specific professional pursuits is covered in studio and product lighting classes. Students will gain experience working with professional lighting systems and techniques.

In response to changing trends in art and the need for developing critical thinking skills as well as an awareness of postmodern approaches to image making, this program challenges emerging student photographers to pursue and develop their own personal vision. The culmination of the program is a public exhibition of a significant body of visual images presented in the final semester of the senior year.

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Courses

One of the best ways to discover a degree program is to check out the course listings. By simply clicking on the course titles below, you can get a preview of the classes you will attend as a student at Indiana Wesleyan University.

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ART-121,ART-224,ART-238,ART-239,ART-266,ART-286,ART-314,ART-336,ART-379,ART-424,ART-434,ART-435,ART-458,ART-490

Students will also choose any one of the following:

ART-241,ART-251,ART-324

Additionally, two art history courses are required from the following:

ART-381,ART-382,ART-383,ART-384,ART-385,ART-386,ART-387,ART-476

Faculty

At Indiana Wesleyan University, our Photography program is designed to offer a Christ-centered approach to improving your craft as an artist. Our faculty members bring to the classroom comprehensive experience in the digital imagery field. Your learning experience here will take you far beyond basic design theory as you are encouraged and challenged to develop your own personal vision as a photographer.

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Robert Curfman; MA, MFA Professor; Art rob.curfman@indwes.edu View Profile
Dallas Walters; MFA Professor; Art dallas.walters@indwes.edu View Profile
William Carpenter; MFA Assoc Prof; Art will.carpenter@indwes.edu View Profile
Rodney Crossman; MFA Prof. Art | Artist in Residence rod.crossman@indwes.edu View Profile
Daniel Hall; MA Asst Prof; Art daniel.hall@indwes.edu View Profile
Henrik Soderstrom; BFA MFA Asst Prof; Art henrik.soderstrom@indwes.edu View Profile
 
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