RIT Computer Graphics MFA student slides
Scope and Contents
The RIT Computer Graphics MFA student slides collection contains seventy-two color slides of student work. The slides are identified by artist and date from 1989, early in the history of the program.
Conditions Governing Use
The collection is open to researchers.
Biographical / Historical
An MFA program in computer graphics design was inaugurated in 1984. An introductory class introduced students to using the keyboard, CRT, disk drive, tablet, printer, plotter and scanner to crate imagery. The emphasis was on creating shape files, pictures and writing simple programs. A Two-Dimensional Computer Graphics Design class provided exposure to computer graphic algorithms, design heuristics, design methodology, language data structures, and program structures. Projects involved complex programming. A Three-dimensional Computer Graphics Design course was also offered. Since this beginning computer graphics design classes at RIT have evolved and developed into various programs in the College of Imaging Arts and Sciences and the B. Thomas Golisano College of Computing and Information Sciences in keeping with rapid changes in technology. In 2016, a Visual Communication Design MFA curriculum encompasses communication design, human-interaction design, motion graphics and 3-D digital graphics.
0.01 Linear Feet (4 slide pages in a folder)
The collection contains seventy-two slides of student MFA computer graphics projects from 1989.
The slides are grouped by artist and housed in four slide protector pages.
C.S. South, Shelf 338
Immediate Source of Acquisition
The collection was donated to RIT Archives by Peter Giopulos. Accession number(s): 2015:028
Finding aid created by Lisa Witt in January 2015.
- RIT Computer Graphics MFA student slides
- RIT Archives
- Lisa Witt
- 15 January 2015
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