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CONTINUING EDUCATION SPRING/SUMMER 2016


WELCOME!


CLIMB UP THE LADDER or ONTO A NEW ONE CAPTURE IT IN SEPIA or DESIGN YOUR OWN Continuing Education at The University of the Arts helps you reach new creative + professional heights in two ways:

1 ENRICHMENT COURSES

2 CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS

Credit + non-credit course options that boost your life, your work and your expression.

A series of credit courses certify you in the area of your choice.

Eager to workshop that screenplay? Or understand the basics of social media analytics? Take any credit or non-credit course in this catalog for personal or professional enrichment. Where applicable, courses taken for credit can later be applied toward relevant UArts Certificate Programs (outlined on pages 12 through 30). Whether you’re poised to take the reigns of your career or simply master your digital camera’s settings, UArts courses are the perfect step forward.

Looking for a workplace edge, a specialty or even a new career? You’re the perfect candidate for our CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS. Choose from seven certificate options including Web Design Essentials, Communication Design Essentials, Web + Communications, Web Design Professional, Digital Photography, Teaching Artist, and our popular Social Media Marketing Certificate. In programs that range from 12 TO 30 CREDITS, chart your path at your own pace, over two semesters or two or more years. LEARN MORE ABOUT CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS ON PG. 21

Front Cover. Student Work: (L-R) M. Fernandez, B. Anderson. Instructor Work: B. Beverly. 1


SPRING/SUMMER 2016 ENRICHMENT COURSES ART + DESIGN

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WRITING 15

Building Terrariums Workshop

Creative Writing

Ceramics – Dishware

Effective Writing for Digital Content

Children’s Book Illustration

Inspiration Point – Kick-Start Your Writing

Drawing

Screenwriting – Developing the Script

Drawing + Painting

Travel Writing

Fundamentals of Design

Writing the Short Story

Jewelry Design + Metalsmithing

MUSIC, MOVEMENT + PERFORMANCE 16

Jewelry Workshop – Earrings

Acting Lab

Jewelry Workshop – Ring Design

Classical Tap

Letterpress Printmaking

NEW! Digital Audio Workshop

NEW! Making Comics

NEW! Songwriting Workshop

Metal Sculpture – Forging + Welding

Vocal Lab

NEW! Open Edition Painting from Observation

DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY

Painting in the Abstract NEW! Painting the Urban Landscape

Advanced Camera Techniques

Screenprinting

Digital Photography I

Screenprinting on Fabric

Digital Photography II

Taxidermy as Wearable Art

Lightroom Basics Workshop

SUMMER ONLY! Studio Intensives

DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY Adobe Creative Suite Overview Adobe Illustrator Workshop Adobe InDesign Workshop Adobe Photoshop Designing Effective Web Pages Foundations of Web Design + Development Fundamentals of Digital Operations + Project Management Lightroom Basics Workshop Server-Side Web Development - PHP + AJAX Visual Identity Design Web I - HTML + CSS Web II - Intermediate: Javascript + JQuery Web III - Advanced: Responsive Design Capstone Project - Communication + Web Design Certificate Capstone Project - Web Design Professional Certificate

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Adobe Photoshop

Studio Photography

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NEW! Travel Photography Capstone Project - Digital Photography Certificate

SOCIAL MEDIA MARKETING

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Effective Writing for Digital Content Overview of Social Media Marketing

CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS COMMUNICATION DESIGN ESSENTIALS CERTIFICATE

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WEB DESIGN ESSENTIALS CERTIFICATE 23 COMMUNICATION + WEB DESIGN PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATE

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WEB DESIGN PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATE 25 SOCIAL MEDIA MARKETING CERTIFICATE 26 DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY CERTIFICATE 27 For more information on Certificates or to view requirements for the Music Business, Entrepreneurship + Technology and Teaching Artist Certificate Programs, available Fall 2016, visit CS.UARTS.EDU/CE


PROGRAM

MEET US! SPRING/SUMMER 2016 INFORMATION SESSION WEDNESDAY MAY 11 5:30 - 7:00 PM Consider your options, discuss your goals, learn about certificates, meet our faculty, speak with current students and ask questions. Event attendees are eligible for a 10% tuition discount for one new Spring/Summer 2016 CE course. (New students only. Returning CE students are not eligible. No retroactive refunds will be given.)

SEMESTER BEGINS MONDAY, MAY 23, 2016!

NEW FOR MAY 2016!

ENLIGHTEN YOUR WEEKNIGHTS Spring Salon Series Join us for an inspiring new UArts spring workshop series designed to ignite creativity, critical conversation and camaraderie among art-inclined adults. Each three-hour Thursday night session includes lessons in your chosen discipline, built-in salon time with refreshments and conversation, and inspiring, informative presentations from select guest speakers. Each participant receives a bag full of necessary materials, supplies and literature. Just bring yourself and a curious mind...even better, bring a friend! FOR MORE INFORMATION SEE CS.UARTS.EDU/SALONSERIES

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ART + DESIGN BUILDING TERRARIUMS WORKSHOP

CHILDREN’S BOOK ILLUSTRATION

In this one-day workshop, learn how to select the proper plants to thrive in terrarium glass containers and the supplies needed to ensure their success. Consider plant and object selection to design unique and decorative ecosystems. All materials provided.

This class is designed for illustrators looking to tailor their portfolio to target children’s book agents and publishers. You will develop new portfolio pieces with a focus on narrative and promotional materials. Examine the works of contemporary illustrators and discuss techniques, materials and style. You should come to the first class session with examples of your work and a sketchbook.

WED 6:30-9:30 PM, JUN 15 (1 CL ASS) CE 3106N NON-CREDIT $30, FEE $40

WED 6-9 PM, JUL 6 - AUG 10 (5 CL ASSES)

CERAMICS – DISHWARE

CE 2303N NON-CREDIT $225, FEE $30

Produce handmade, usable ceramic dishware in this class designed for beginners and experienced ceramicists alike. Create plates, cups and other functional objects using three techniques: Hand-building, wheel throwing and molding and casting. Seasoned potters can advance their practice with added processes including coil, slab and pinch hand. All students take part in weekly demonstrations, including discussions on surface embellishing, altering forms, firing processes and various clays, slips, glazes and kiln firing procedures.

DRAWING Watch your drawing skills flourish by developing an understanding of key drawing devices and relationships. Work individually and with other students to develop structural concepts (including correct use of axis, ellipse and transparency), use of light and shadow, textures, patterns and other formal elements of line, value, shape and space. This course examines and discusses historical and contemporary drawing practices from many cultures and traditions.

THU 6-9 PM, MAY 26 - AUG 4 (10 CL ASSES) CE 1599N NON-CREDIT $430, FEE $50

THU 6-9 PM, JUN 2 - AUG 11 (10 CL ASSES) CE 1001N NON-CREDIT $430, FEE $40

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ART + DESIGN

MAKE IT HERE. TAKE IT ANYWHERE. DRAWING + PAINTING

JEWELRY DESIGN + METALSMITHING

Develop both technical and conceptual drawing and painting skills in a studio environment. You will have the opportunity to work both in drawing and painting, or focus in just one area based on personal interest. Class instruction features a variety of observational studies and figurative assignments. Other exercises will examine more expressive approaches to drawing and painting as well as the use of color. This course is suitable for beginners and more experienced students alike, as critiques focus on individual development, refinement of skills, composition and representation of forms.

In this course, acquire working knowledge of jewelry artistry and fabrication skills. Techniques commonly used in jewelry and metalsmithing: sawing, piercing, soldering, basic stone setting, forming and finishing  are explored through the creation of individual projects. Design and fabricate pieces in the studio and examine contemporary trends in jewelry and metalsmithing. You should anticipate additional costs for materials based on the scope of individual projects.

TUE 6-9 PM, MAY 24 - AUG 2 (10 CL ASSES)

JEWELRY WORKSHOP – EARRINGS

TUE 6-9 PM, MAY 31 - AUG 9 (10 CL ASSES) CE 1502N NON-CREDIT $430, FEE $60

CE 6160N NON-CREDIT $430, FEE $35

In this one-day workshop, learn the basic jewelry fabrication techniques to create unique sterling silver earrings. Discuss how to saw, file, pierce and texture with hammers to explore various shape options. Choose high polished, an oxidized look or a brushed finish in the metal. This workshop is a great introduction to the jewelry metals studio everything you need is provided.

FUNDAMENTALS OF DESIGN Receive a strong, broad-based foundation in the visual arts through instruction in drawing and design in a studio setting. This course emphasizes the core fundamentals of 2-D design as the building blocks of visual literacy. Through lectures and hands-on assignments, gain a working knowledge of concepts and the vocabulary needed to facilitate your understanding of visual organization. Projects in a variety of media develop technical skills, sensitivity and perception in order to communicate effective artistic intent and vision. Through structured critiques, have the opportunity to evaluate and analyze your work while connecting it to art and design.

SAT 10 AM-4 PM, JUN 18 (1 CL ASS) CE 1579N NON-CREDIT $90, FEE $65

TUE 6-9 PM, MAY 31 - AUG 9 (10 CL ASSES) CE 0001C 3 CREDITS $430, FEE $35

Student Work: B. Anderson

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JEWELRY WORKSHOP – RING DESIGN

LETTERPRESS PRINTMAKING

In this one-day workshop, learn the basic jewelry fabrication techniques to create a unique sterling silver ring. Learn how to saw, file, pierce and texture your ring with hammers. Choose high polished, an oxidized look or a brushed finish in metal. This workshop is a great introduction to the jewelry metals studio - everything you need is provided.

The traditional art of printing from engraved plates and metal type is explored using the University’s collection of metal and wood typefaces. Create several printed works via typesetting and the Vandercook Proof Press, allowing for prints up to 22 inches by 24 inches. Design custom polymer plates and perform multicolor printing. Students should anticipate additional costs for materials based on the scope of their individual projects.

SAT 10 AM-4 PM, JUL 16 (1 CL ASS) CE 1575N NON-CREDIT $90, FEE $65

TUE 6-9 PM, JUN 7 - AUG 9 (10 CL ASSES) CE 5079N NON-CREDIT $430, FEE $60

REGISTER FOR COURSES AT CS.UARTS.EDU/CE OR 215.717.6006

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ART + DESIGN

PAINTING FROM OBSERVATION

MAKING COMICS

This course explores painting materials, technique and concepts with a focus on capturing realistic works from direct observation. Learn the basics of color mixing, application techniques and composition. You may choose to work in acrylic or oil as you paint still life set ups and live models.

Fans and aspiring comic book artists alike improve drawing and writing skills in a workshop-style course, designed to expand knowledge and execution of this vibrant storytelling medium. Focusing on observation, structure and daily practice, students use their drawings to find and express narrative vision. Each session gives you the tools to turn your cartooning practice and experimentation into finished works. This course is a fit for artists and writers looking to learn more about comics and comic-making, as well as cartoonists looking for a creative jolt.

WED 6-9 PM, JUL 6 - AUG 10 (5 CL ASSES) CE 6161N NON-CREDIT $225, FEE $20

PAINTING IN THE ABSTRACT Add sophistication to your abstract work in this applied and analytical course, structured to let you work at your own pace in a supportive environment. Honing in exclusively on invented forms, this course focuses on painting materials, techniques and concepts that help students improve their abstract painting style – and their results. Learn the basics of color mixing, color theory, techniques and pictorial composition, with an emphasis on perceptual painting.

WED 6-9 PM, JUN 1 - JUN 29 (5 CL ASSES) CE 5150N NON-CREDIT $225, FEE $20

METAL SCULPTURE – FORGING + WELDING For a beginner or advanced student, this course focuses on creating metal sculpture through fabrication. Techniques include oxyacetylene cutting and welding, arc and TIG welding, as well as plasma cutting and forging. Although primarily focused on ferrous metals, instruction is also available in bronze and aluminum.

WED 6-9 PM, MAY 25 - JUN 22 (5 CL ASSES) CE 1600N NON-CREDIT $225, FEE $20

PAINTING THE URBAN LANDSCAPE

THU 6-9 PM, MAY 26 - AUG 4 (10 CL ASSES) CE 1619N NON-CREDIT $430, FEE $60

Paint Philadelphia’s skyline under the guidance of a pro! This one-day workshop gathers at an on-campus vantage point providing spectacular views of the city’s iconic skyline. Artists across skill levels receive one-on-one assistance; techniques covered range from painting basics, such as perspective and composition, to more advanced skills including lighting, texture and depth through the use of atmospheric perspective. Use of a limited palette of acrylic paints and Bristol board (supplies provided) makes for easy transportation and setup. Lunch (provided) and a lunchtime presentation round out this memorable one-time session. Rain date is August 13.

OPEN EDITION PRINTMAKING A printmaker’s dream come true, this studiobased course offers intermediate and advanced artists a collaborative learning community, instruction from a skilled printmaker and access to some of the best printmaking facilities in the city. Resources and instruction span screenprint, relief, intaglio, lithography and digital printmaking techniques. Weekly sessions include demonstrations as well as one-on-one guided assistance, informal dialogues and work time. Group critiques are held informally throughout the semester, and formally at the end of the course. Prerequisites: Introduction to Printmaking or equivalent training/experience. You should be proficient in at least one printmaking medium.

SAT 10 AM-2 PM, AUG 6 (1 CL ASS) CE 1672N NON-CREDIT $60, FEE $30

WED 6-9 PM, JUN 1 - AUG 10 (10 CL ASSES) CE 5087N NON-CREDIT $430, FEE $40

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SCREENPRINTING

TAXIDERMY AS WEARABLE ART

Curious to try your hand at pulling a print? Are you eager to get back into the studio and explore new ideas? This course provides an introduction to image generation, screen preparation and the unique nature of this process, from start to finish, allowing more advanced students to develop individually. Students at all levels are welcome as we guide you into the process and let you explore varying levels of complexity. You are encouraged to bring photographic, computer-generated, hand-drawn images or stencils to get started. If you’ve never felt the satisfaction of screen printing, you are missing out!

Creatively repurpose, design and fabricate animal specimens in this introduction to one of the world’s oldest and most alluring crafts. Learn the essentials of basic taxidermy to gain visual and hands-on knowledge of animal anatomy and an understanding of natural fibers, ultimately completing an accessory or wearable embellishment of your choice. Specimens for class are sourced humanely and are safe to handle. Additional costs may be incurred for materials depending on the scope of the individual project selected. MON 6-9 PM, JUN 6 - JUL 11 (5 CL ASSES) CE 5054N NON-CREDIT $225, FEE $50

THU 6-9 PM, MAY 26 - AUG 4 (10 CL ASSES) CE 5080N NON-CREDIT $430, FEE $60

REGISTER FOR COURSES AT CS.UARTS.EDU/CE OR 215.717.6006

SCREENPRINTING ON FABRIC Are you eager to explore textile design in the printmaking studio? Printing on existing clothing or creating your own fabric yardage is a terrific way to customize garments. This course provides an introduction to screenprinting on textiles, including image generation and screen preparation, from start to finish. All levels are welcome to explore this unique process, while more advanced students will be able to develop projects individually considering varying degrees of complexity involved in printing with more than one color. You are encouraged to bring photographic, computer-generated, hand-drawn images or stencils to the first class. WED 6-9 PM, JUL 6 - AUG 10 (5 CL ASSES) CE 1530N NON-CREDIT $225, FEE $40

Photo Credit: Kevin Kernan, instructor

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ART + DESIGN

STUDIO INTENSIVES Continuing Education is pleased to offer non-credit studio opportunities for artists and art lovers seeking to explore a new media during an intensive summer one-week retreat. This is a great opportunity for anyone interested in a focused experience to produce work. Each course culminates in a small gallery reception and celebration for all participants. These artistic retreats allow for daytime studio study and are held at three locations: WAYNE ART CENTER IN WAYNE, PA

THE UNIVERSITY OF THE ARTS IN PHILADELPHIA, PA

JUNE 27 - JULY 1

AUGUST 8 - 12

Jewelry Intensive Traditional Techniques

Collage + Assemblage Intensive

Drawing + Painting Intensive

Ceramics Intensive Casting

Landscape Painting Intensive

Fiber Arts Intensive

Monoprinting Intensive

Drawing + Painting Intensive Book Arts + Language Arts Intensive

GOGGLEWORKS CENTER FOR THE ARTS IN READING, PA

Digital Photography Intensive

JULY 11 - 15

Mural Arts + Storytelling Intensive

Jewelry Intensive Traditional Techniques Drawing + Painting Intensive

These studios are offered for professional development credit in collaboration with the Professional Institute for Educators, which serves the training needs of K-12 educators.

Ceramics Intensive - Glazing Glass Intensive Fusing + Slumping

FOR DETAILS AND TO REGISTER, VISIT CS.UARTS.EDU/CE/STUDIO-INTENSIVES

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DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY ADOBE CREATIVE SUITE OVERVIEW

ADOBE ILLUSTRATOR WORKSHOP

Designed for individuals with some exposure to the Adobe suite of design software, this course provides an overview of the fundamentals of Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign. Topics include image resolution, scanning, importing and exporting images, print setup, photo adjustments and vector usage. Basic typography and design will also be addressed. You can expect to gain a better understanding of how the three programs work together to create products for print or the web.

When it comes to designing web layouts, Adobe Illustrator allows you to move and resize elements quickly and intuitively. Illustrator is the industry standard for creating vector-based graphics such as logos and typography. It is also a rich supporting tool in creating page layouts prior to starting design. This workshop focuses on a practical overview of Adobe Illustrator’s interface, workspace, tools and techniques. It will provide the skills to create website layouts, graphics, icons and typographical graphics that add distinction and professionalism to any website or user interface.

WED 6-9 PM, MAY 25 - AUG 3 (10 CL ASSES) CE 1403C 3 CREDITS $840, FEE $40

TUE 6-9 PM, MAY 31 - JUN 28 (5 CL ASSES)

CE 1403N NON-CREDIT $735, FEE $40

CE 024C 1.5 CREDITS $420, FEE $20

YOUR SAME CAPABILITY + CREATIVITY. NOW ON A DIGITAL CANVAS.

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DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY

Interested in advancing your digital design? Learn more about our Digital Certificate programs on page 22.

ADOBE INDESIGN WORKSHOP

DESIGNING EFFECTIVE WEB PAGES

Adobe’s page layout program lets you put together every kind of print-oriented product imaginable - brochures, ads, posters, billboards and more - using text, images and illustrations. InDesign allows the creation of multipage documents, and it works seamlessly with images from Photoshop, Illustrator and Acrobat. Learn how to integrate and use these tools more effectively. Print output is the student’s responsibility.

This course builds and expands on the principles and practices introduced in Foundations of Web Design + Development. You will cover the second half of the front-end designer workflow and apply learned and new principles of web design, specifically: project analysis; creation of high-fidelity, accessible and thoughtful user interfaces; and how to translate your interfaces into valid, semantically correct and well-formed HTML5 and CSS3 documents. Design topics include: requirements analysis, asset management, usability, goal-oriented design, accessibility, typography for web, color theory, coding standards, frameworks and scalability. During the sequenced design phases, you will use Adobe Photoshop and/or Illustrator exclusively to design and refine a series of web project mockups. Prerequisite: Foundations of Web Design + Development, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator or equivalent experience.

TUE 6-9 PM, JUL 5 - AUG 9 (5 CL ASSES) CE 025C 1.5 CREDITS $420, FEE $20

ADOBE PHOTOSHOP Explore Adobe Photoshop through hands-on design-based exercises. The course starts with an introduction to the Photoshop interface, its tools and the types of files that are used for graphic application for web and print. The course continues as you learn how to use layers, effects, text, filters and image optimization tools for the web. Once you gain familiarity with the tools of Photoshop you will be able to use those skills to create a range of images from altered photographs to website templates and elements such as content boxes and buttons, and rich graphics.

THU 6-9 PM, MAY 26 - AUG 4 (10 CL ASSES) CE 002C 3 CREDITS $840, FEE $40 CE 002N NON-CREDIT $735, FEE $40

THU 6-9 PM, MAY 26 - AUG 4 (10 CL ASSES) CE 2423C 3 CREDITS $840, FEE $40 CE 2423N NON-CREDIT $735, FEE $40

REGISTER FOR COURSES AT CS.UARTS.EDU/CE OR 215.717.6006

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FOUNDATIONS OF WEB DESIGN + DEVELOPMENT

LIGHTROOM BASICS WORKSHOP Adobe Lightroom is a software solution for both amateur and professional photographers that provides useful tools for digital imaging tasks. Lightroom helps photographers work faster and more efficiently with one image, a set of images or a large image library. Lightroom allows you to organize images and quickly make adjustments. In this overview, learn the basics of how to import images and sort them for organization and efficiency and understand some of the editing tools available.

This course offers an overview of the tools and languages available to creative designers who seek to use the web as their medium of choice. Discussions, readings, explanations and a handson approach allow you to explore the web as a creative outlet for both designers and developers. Learn the roles of various web scripting languages such as HTML, CSS and JavaScript. In addition, explore the importance of social media, web-based content management systems, multiplatform design and current development best practices. This course culminates with the design of a simple website to be used as a reference for future work.

WED 6-9 PM, JUN 22 - JUL 20 (5 CL ASSES) CE 1730C 1.5 CREDITS $225, FEE $20

SERVER-SIDE WEB DEVELOPMENT – PHP + AJAX

WED 6-9 PM, JUN 1 - AUG 10 (10 CL ASSES) CE 9506C 3 CREDITS $840, FEE $40 CE 9506N NON-CREDIT $735, FEE $40

This course takes you beyond the client side and technologies such as HTML, CSS and JavaScript and introduces server-side concepts and technologies. Learn to use the Apache web server, the MySQL relational database and the PHP scripting language to create a simple database-driven web application. Programming concepts will be explored using PHP. You will design and create your own database, as well as learn basic Structured Query Language (SQL). Prerequisite: Introduction to Programming or equivalent experience.

FUNDAMENTALS OF DIGITAL OPERATIONS + PROJECT MANAGEMENT Are you freelancing, starting a design services-based business, or looking to become a member of an existing design and development team? This course on digital agency operations, business development and project management offers a comprehensive guide to the potential and pitfalls inherent in web-based projects. All aspects of digital agency operations are examined, from finding the right clients and negotiating the best price for your services, to contract writing basics and effectively scheduling and managing your workflow. Perform the steps an operations industry professional follows in planning, running, tracking and completing projects. By the end of this course you will be able to scope potential web-based work, create project tasks and identify and confirm user requirements, including interviewing techniques, and present solutions to common web-based project problems. Prerequisite: Web Design I or Overview of Social Media or equivalent experience.

WED 6-9 PM, JUN 1 - AUG 10 (10 CL ASSES) CE 2416C 3 CREDITS $840, FEE $40 CE 2416N NON-CREDIT $735, FEE $40

Are you just getting started in design? Learn the essential design principles with the Fundamentals of Design Course, learn more on page 5.

TUE 6-9 PM, JUL 5 - AUG 9 (5 CL ASSES) CE 2444C 1.5 CREDITS $420, FEE $20

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DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY

Student Work: R. Howkins

VISUAL IDENTITY DESIGN

WEB I – HTML + CSS

Logos, design, fonts, color, photography, composition, text and style come together to form a perceived image for marketing initiatives, individuals, businesses and products. In this course, explore how to apply and integrate Adobe Creative Suite skills toward the development of basic print design projects and branding that begin to communicate to various audiences. Consider how to use tools more effectively to have visual impact. Prerequisite: Fundamentals of Design and Adobe InDesign or equivalent experience.

Learn the basic building blocks of HTML5 and CSS3 as you explore the creative possibilities for interactive design on the web. Build upon this foundation to turn your website designs into fully functional web pages. You will learn how HTML5 and CSS3 form the core of web development as well as how other languages can be used to enrich a basic site. This course takes you through the full life cycle of developing a web project from conception, design and development to launch. Prerequisite: Designing Effective Web Pages or equivalent experience.

WED 6-9 PM, MAY 25 - AUG 3 (10 CL ASSES) CE 9511C 3 CREDITS $840, FEE $40

MON 6-9 PM, MAY 23 - AUG 8 (10 CL ASSES)

CE 9511N NON-CREDIT $735, FEE $40

CE 2411C 3 CREDITS $840, FEE $40 CE 2411N NON-CREDIT $735, FEE $40

REGISTER FOR COURSES AT CS.UARTS.EDU/CE OR 215.717.6006

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WEB II – INTERMEDIATE: JAVASCRIPT + JQUERY

CAPSTONE PROJECT – COMMUNICATION + WEB DESIGN CERTIFICATE

Expand upon your knowledge of HTML5 and CSS3 as you use JavaScript to create accessible and dynamic web content. In this class, expect to acquire advanced techniques and fluency for CSS and JavaScript/jQuery. Topics include interactive forms and collaborative web development through an introduction to server-side development. Prerequisite: Web I or equivalent experience.

Focus on expanding your design skills and refining your problem-solving abilities through advanced application of the design process. Work on a project, producing graphics and a website for a real-world client of your selection. Manage print design pieces from concept to completion, creating a logo, brochure and package design, and develop and build a website that complements and enhances your print media. You are expected to possess the necessary skills and knowledge required to successfully complete the Capstone Project, and you must arrive at the first class session having identified a client for your project. This course concludes with a formal presentation to a panel of instructors and students. Prerequisite: This class is for Communication Design + Web Certificate enrollees only; successful completion of all prerequisite classes is mandatory.

MON 6-9 PM, MAY 23 - AUG 8 (10 CL ASSES) CE 2413C 3 CREDITS $840, FEE $40 CE 2413N NON-CREDIT $735, FEE $40

WEB III – ADVANCED: RESPONSIVE DESIGN Web III continues the use of forward-looking technologies such as HTML5 + CSS3 while adding to your knowledge of advanced JavaScript, client-side development and cross-browser testing and compatibility. Using media queries and multiple layouts, you will create a complex website that works on phones, tablets, laptops and desktops across platforms and browsers. Coursework combines design and development into a single cohesive workflow as you build a multipage website for a client, beginning with wireframes and technical specifications. You will create designs and mock-ups and go through a formal client review and revision process. Course topics rely heavily on lectures and critique as you work through your site. The result will be a complete marketing site for a client. Prerequisite: Web II or equivalent experience.

MON 6-9 PM, MAY 23 - AUG 8 (10 CL ASSES) CE 0007C 3 CREDITS $840, FEE $40

CAPSTONE PROJECT – WEB DESIGN PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATE This course is designed to provide you with the opportunity to demonstrate the skills and knowledge you have learned in the Web Design Certificate program. At its core, this course focuses on project management skills, planning and the creation of a successful website that meets the needs and expectations of a real-world client. You must arrive at the first class session having identified a client for your project. This course concludes with a formal presentation to a panel of instructors and students. Prerequisite: This class is for Web Design Certificate enrollees only; successful completion of all prerequisite classes is mandatory.

THU 6-9 PM, JUN 2 - AUG 4 (10 CL ASSES) CE 2410C 3 CREDITS $840, FEE $40 CE 2410N NON-CREDIT $735, FEE $40

MON 6-9 PM, MAY 23 - AUG 8 (10 CL ASSES) CE 0002C 3 CREDITS $840, FEE $40

REGISTER FOR COURSES AT CS.UARTS.EDU/CE OR 215.717.6006

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WRITING CREATIVE WRITING

Interested in putting your writing to use in social media marketing? See page 20 for our course, Effective Writing for Digital Content, to learn more.

treatment that tells the story well, an exciting well-structured outline, and a script that can be produced. Sessions include analyzing feature film characters-plot-structure, and the application of learned screenwriting principles to weekly writing assignments. You should be prepared to pitch your screenplay idea on the first day of class. The course may be repeated until a first-draft screenplay is completed.

This course is taught in a workshop format to allow both fiction and non-fiction writers to share, critique and improve their craft through lively discussions, conferences, written critiques, personal feedback and more, led by a professional writer. Participants examine plot structure, character development, effective dialogue, voice and point of view. The goal is to guide students to refine a piece of work in preparation to publish, while honoring the ongoing creative process of writing, editing and critiquing. This course is intended for writers with some work in various stages of development that they are eager to improve and expand.

TUE 6-9 PM, JUL 5 - AUG 9 (5 CL ASSES) CE 1902N NON-CREDIT $225, FEE $15

TRAVEL WRITING Learn to convey your impression of places near and far memorably, vividly and effectively in this travel writing course, which covers pitching and selling practices for writers hoping to share and sell their work. Discover how to improve storytelling, develop tone, voice and mood, consider images, and submit work for publication. This workshop-style course welcomes students at any level, and is a fit for writers as well as photographers aiming to effectively complement their imagery with text. Expect to share and receive feedback on your writing while exploring the many publishing avenues that exist in this genre.  

THU 7-9:30 PM, JUN 2 - AUG 11 (10 CL ASSES) CE 1913N NON-CREDIT $388, FEE $20

INSPIRATION POINT – KICK-START YOUR WRITING Do you want to write but don’t know where to begin? Have you started to work on a piece but have writer’s block or trouble revising? In this workshop, discuss storytelling and explore techniques to increase your creativity. You will participate in writing exercises that are sure to spark your imagination. Appropriate for writers at all experience levels.

TUE 6-9 PM, MAY 24 - JUN 21 (5 CL ASSES) CE 1995N NON-CREDIT $225, FEE $15

MON 6-9 PM, JUN 6 - JUN 13 (2 CL ASSES)

WRITING THE SHORT STORY

CE 9020N NON-CREDIT $90, FEE $15

In this class, write and edit stories designed to intrigue readers. Work on creating dramatic tension and building your narrative voice. Writers of all levels and experience will learn how to develop fictive ideas, moving from idea generation toward exciting and heartfelt climaxes.

SCREENWRITING – DEVELOPING THE SCRIPT This course will help you develop a new screenplay idea, make significant headway on one already in progress or finish a first-draft script. Your work will develop through the group workshop method. Depending on where you are in the process, the goal is to make sure you have a strong movie premise, a marketable

WED 6-9 PM, JUL 6 - AUG 10 (5 CL ASSES) CE 9026N NON-CREDIT $225, FEE $15

REGISTER FOR COURSES AT CS.UARTS.EDU/CE OR 215.717.6006

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MUSIC, MOVEMENT + PERFORMANCE ACTING LAB

CLASSICAL TAP

This course provides a basic foundation into the craft of acting to all participants, regardless of experience. Through investigating techniques in script analysis, movement, voice, ensemble, and collective collaboration, students gain skills widely useful in social, business or any public speaking situations. Participants are assigned scene-work and/or monologues as a means of personal exploration, and they work closely with the instructor to discover their strengths and challenges as an actor.

Tap dance is a uniquely American dance form evolved from African-American and Irish-American folk dances. This course focuses on teaching classical tap steps, rhythm and technique. Class consists of warm-up and building a vocabulary of steps and combinations. This course is appropriate for all levels of experience, including beginners. Tap shoes are required. THU 6-7:30 PM, JUN 2 - AUG 4 (10 CL ASSES) CE 6107N NON-CREDIT $240, FEE $20

WED 6-7 PM, MAY 25 - AUG 3 (10 CL ASSES) CE 6102N NON-CREDIT $160, FEE $15

YOUR BODY IS YOUR INSTRUMENT. LEARN HOW TO PLAY IT.

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PROGRAM

DIGITAL AUDIO WORKSHOP

SONGWRITING WORKSHOP

Interested in making music on your computer, but not sure where to start? Gain a basic understanding of digital audio so you can finally start composing and creating! Students become familiar with the fundamentals of digital recording and audio manipulation over the course of five sessions. The first three classes are held in a lab setting, allowing hands-on experience converting audio to a digital format and manipulating it within a Digital Audio Workstation (DAW). Get acquainted with audio editing software including GarageBand, Logic Pro, Ableton Live, and Pro Tools, and learn to create MIDI-based compositions – compositions where instruments interface with your computer. The final two sessions are held in a recording studio, granting exposure to a mixing console and different types of microphones. Basic mixing techniques are covered in this course, including equalization, compression and panning audio within the stereo spectrum.

Explore the fundamentals of songwriting – and try your hand at it yourself – in this course designed for both aspiring and experienced songwriters. Learn, analyze, and apply the foundational and structural elements of songwriting through this collaborative, growth-oriented experience. The ground rules of songwriting are outlined, then applied toward your own composition – bringing out your inner songwriter! No previous music training is required. TUE 7-9 PM JUL 12 (1 CL ASS) CE 9465N 01 NON-CREDIT $45, FEE $0

SAT 1-3 PM, JUL 16 (1 CL ASS) CE 9465N 02 NON-CREDIT $45, FEE $0

VOCAL LAB This course is a wonderful way to participate in the study of voice in a group setting which will build confidence and technique. Class will deal with basic vocal techniques for beginners, including positive breathing habits, posture, good diction, phrasing, interpretation of song literature, resonation, tone, production and diction. Both group and individual singing of simple vocalizes and songs are part of each week’s class work. Various singing techniques are covered, including singing with a microphone. This workshop provides a basic foundation into the craft of singing for all participants, regardless of experience, in a fun and welcoming environment.

WED 6-9 PM, JUN 1 - JUN 29 (5 CL ASSES) CE 2508N NON-CREDIT $225, FEE $20

TUE 6-7 PM, MAY 24 - AUG 2 (10 CL ASSES) CE 6140N NON-CREDIT $160, FEE $15

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DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY ADOBE PHOTOSHOP

DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY I

Explore Adobe Photoshop through hands-on design-based exercises. The course starts with an introduction to the Photoshop interface, its tools and the types of files that are used for graphic application for web and print. The course continues as you learn how to use layers, effects, text, filters and image optimization tools for the web. Once you gain familiarity with the tools of Photoshop you will be able to use those skills to create a range of images from altered photographs to website templates and elements such as content boxes and buttons, and rich graphics.

Explore the fundamental principles, techniques and application of digital camera-based image making. Learn to capture images by selecting your exposure settings for aperture and shutter while simultaneously learning about manual metering, color balance and strong composition. This course employs a mixture of lecture, demonstrations, assignments, field trips and critiques. You must have your own digital camera with adjustable exposure and focus and the ability to capture in raw. Students are responsible for print output.

THU 6-9 PM, MAY 26 - AUG 4 (10 CL ASSES)

TUE 6-9 PM, MAY 24 - AUG 2 (10 CL ASSES)

CE 2423C 3 CREDITS $840, FEE $40

CE 2708C 3 CREDITS $450, FEE $40

CE 2423N NON-CREDIT $735, FEE $40

DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY II

ADVANCED CAMERA TECHNIQUES

If you have completed Digital Photography I or are comfortable with the use of a digital SLR camera (in manual mode), this course will allow you to expand your photographic competency and aesthetic sensibility while learning techniques to improve your work and build a greater understanding of advanced functions of the digital camera. The course stresses the development of a cohesive body of work, with the final goal a series of project-based photographs. Prerequisite: Digital Photography I or equivalent experience.

Elevate your photography to new heights with proficiency in complex technical and practical techniques. Learn to apply camera formats and advanced image manipulation to your work, giving consideration to factors including advanced exposure, low-light situations, off-camera flash, camera raw capture, and raw file editing techniques; in addition, learn how to capture video with your Digital SLR camera. Prerequisites: Digital Photography II, Digital Media for Photographers – Lightroom, or equivalent experience.

TUE 6-9 PM, MAY 24 - AUG 2 (10 CL ASSES)

TUE 6-9 PM, MAY 24 - AUG 2 (10 CL ASSES) CE 2744C 3 CREDITS $450, FEE $40

CE 2710C 3 CREDITS $450, FEE $40

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DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY

Interested in enhancing your travel documentation with writing? Learn more about our Travel Writing course on page 15. LIGHTROOM BASICS WORKSHOP

TRAVEL PHOTOGRAPHY

Adobe Lightroom is a software solution for both amateur and professional photographers that provides useful tools for digital imaging tasks. Lightroom helps photographers work faster and more efficiently with one image, a set of images or a large image library. Lightroom allows you to organize images and quickly make adjustments. In this overview, learn the basics of how to import images and sort them for organization and efficiency and understand some of the editing tools available.

Like to grab your camera and go? Examine travel photography – and corners of Philadelphia you’ve never visited before – in this travel photography course. Using the works of the world’s greatest travel photographers as reference tools, learn to take great photos on location in any shooting circumstances, while simultaneously capturing its unique sense of place. Class time is primarily spent in the field, photographing an array of Philadelphia locations.

WED 6-9 PM, JUN 22 - JUL 20 (5 CL ASSES) CE 1730C 1.5 CREDITS $225, FEE $20

CE 2712C NON-CREDIT $225, FEE $20

STUDIO PHOTOGRAPHY

CAPSTONE PROJECT – DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY CERTIFICATE

THU 6-9 PM, JUN 2 - 30 (5 CL ASSES)

Emphasizing creative solutions to complex photographic problems, this course is designed for those interested in discovering the versatility and creative potential of the studio environment. Learn how controlled studio lighting, both electronic flash and tungsten sources, enhances a photograph. The course incorporates lectures, demonstrations and a series of assignments in still life, portraiture, fashion and product setups. Course accommodates digital cameras of 35mm and medium format. Prerequisite: Digital Photography II or equivalent experience.

This course is designed to provide you the opportunity to demonstrate the skills and knowledge you have learned in the Digital Photography Certificate program. Explore and analyze topics within the discipline of photography to meet your individually defined goals in coordination with and approved by the instructor. Assemble and present your body of work in a portfolio of images appropriate to your professional, educational or personal goals. The course concludes with an exhibition. Prerequisite: For Digital Photography Certificate enrollees only; successful completion of all prerequisite classes is mandatory.

THU 6-9 PM, MAY 26 - AUG 4 (10 CL ASSES) CE 2700C 3 CREDITS $450, FEE $45

MON 6-9 PM, MAY 23 - AUG 8 (10 CL ASSES) CE 0005C 3 CREDITS $450, FEE $100

YOUR EYE. YOUR IDEAS. FINALLY IN FOCUS. Student Work: N. Weiss

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SOCIAL MEDIA MARKETING EFFECTIVE WRITING FOR DIGITAL CONTENT

OVERVIEW OF SOCIAL MEDIA MARKETING Social media represents one of the most significant changes in consumer media behavior in history, resulting in fundamental shifts in the way marketers communicate and interact with audiences. This course provides practical knowledge to establish objectives and implement strategies towards developing best practices and effective use in your organization. Interactive social media tools are examined, including Facebook, Twitter, Google+, YouTube, Pinterest, LinkedIn, mobile apps and blogging. You will develop an understanding of the changing world of social media, considering editorial calendars, appropriate use, social listening, policy and copyright, case studies, website optimization, emerging platforms, resources management and content development. Learn how social media is critical to effective and efficient communication.

Writing solid copy is essential to any digital marketing strategy. However, traditional copywriting does not always translate effectively to the digital landscape. New marketing channels created by evolving digital technology require new ways of communication. Learn the techniques to develop and create copy for marketing emails, websites, online advertising, social media, blogs and mobile technologies. By the end of the course you’ll have completed several pieces of a digital marketing campaign to start building a portfolio. TUE 6-9 PM, MAY 24 - AUG 2 (10 CL ASSES) CE 2232C 3 CREDITS $600, FEE $40

WED 6-9 PM, MAY 25 - AUG 3 (10 CL ASSES) CE 2230C 3 CREDITS $600, FEE $40

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YOUR MESSAGE. MULTIPLIED.

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CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS

CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS Our Certificate programs will provide you with knowledge and networking opportunities to enhance your career, change directions entirely or simply develop expertise around an important personal interest. Minimal previous experience is required to apply, which means they are perfect for just about everybody.

CERTIFICATE STUDENT BENEFITS As a certificate student, you join our community of designers, artists and innovators. We provide valuable benefits, guidance and support throughout the program including: UARTS STUDENT PHOTO ID - receive discounts at Philadelphia eateries, stores, entertainment and cultural venues – plus free admission to the Philadelphia Museum of Art, the Perelman Building and the Rodin Museum. UARTS CAREER SERVICES - access to University career resources, including the online job community.

DIGITAL STORAGE - digital technology certificate students receive accounts in Media Temple, a web hosting platform, to be used for class assignments and projects. DISCOUNTED PARKING - steeply discounted parking in Center City, just $70 for a group of 10 parking vouchers. UARTS LIBRARY BORROWING PRIVILEGES - borrow materials and access extensive digital resources.

CORZO CENTER FOR THE CREATIVE ECONOMY - access to programs for UArts alumni and students. COMPUTER HARDWARE DISCOUNTS at the University of Pennsylvania’s Computer Connection.

UARTS ALUMNI STATUS* - enjoy library privileges, a 25% tuition discount on future Continuing Education classes and discounts on insurance, hotels and local cultural venues. *Completion of the Communication + Web Design, Digital Photography, MBET, Teaching Artist or Web Design Professional certificate program earn alumni status.

For more information on Certificates or to view requirements, visit CS.UARTS.EDU/CE

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THE UNIVERSITY OF THE ARTS—CONTINUING EDUCATION

COMMUNICATION DESIGN ESSENTIALS CERTIFICATE The Communication Design Essentials Certificate provides you with a basic understanding of the latest design software skills such as image manipulation, text layout and grid systems. Learn to use these tools to effectively communicate ideas. Participate in the Communication Design Essentials Certificate program to:

Learn to develop + convey ideas visually in print.

Gain a solid understanding of the practical applications of design principles Become fluent in the Adobe Creative Suite design software Build a flexible skill set for a career in print and/or digital media Build a strong portfolio

COMMUNICATION DESIGN ESSENTIALS CERTIFICATE REQUIREMENTS FUNDAMENTALS OF DESIGN

3 CREDITS

ELECTIVES

3-6 CREDITS

Select at least three credits from these approved elective options: ADOBE CREATIVE SUITE OVERVIEW (3 CREDITS) ADOBE PHOTOSHOP (1.5 / 3 CREDITS) ADOBE ILLUSTRATOR (1.5 CREDITS) ADOBE INDESIGN (1.5 CREDITS) ADOBE PHOTOSHOP ADVANCED (3 CREDITS) VISUAL ELECTIVES

3 CREDITS

Select three credits of these approved elective options: TYPOGRAPHY (3 CREDITS) VISUAL IDENTITY DESIGN (3 CREDITS) TOTAL MINIMUM REQUIRED*

12 CREDITS

*Proficiency in Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator is mandatory; additional credits may be required.

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CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS

WEB DESIGN ESSENTIALS CERTIFICATE The Web Design Essentials Certificate is designed to provide the essentials needed to enter into this competitive industry, so you are prepared with an understanding of both best practices and good design, as well as the technical skills needed to enter the field. You can continue into the Web Design Professional Certificate to build more targeted skills in web work after completing the Web Design Essentials Certificate program. Participate in the Web Design Essentials Certificate program to: Build a flexible skill set for a career in digital media Develop an understanding of the architecture and construction of interactive design Learn how to create effective websites and build a strong web portfolio Gain technology skills in CSS3, HTML5, JavaScript, jQuery, wireframing, responsive design and more Apply thoughtful aesthetics to application design

Gain the skills to provide users with thoughtful + beautiful websites.

WEB DESIGN ESSENTIALS CERTIFICATE REQUIREMENTS FOUNDATIONS OF WEB DESIGN + DEVELOPMENT

3 CREDITS

DESIGNING EFFECTIVE WEB PAGES

3 CREDITS

WEB I – HTML + CSS

3 CREDITS

WEB II – INTERMEDIATE: JAVASCRIPT + JQUERY

3 CREDITS

WEB III – ADVANCED: RESPONSIVE DESIGN

3 CREDITS

TOTAL MINIMUM REQUIRED*

15 CREDITS

*Proficiency in Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator is mandatory; additional credits may be required.

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THE UNIVERSITY OF THE ARTS—CONTINUING EDUCATION

COMMUNICATION + WEB DESIGN PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATE Learn both print + web skills to prepare for many avenues of communication.

You can earn this combined professional-level certificate by completing all the requirements of the Communication Design Essentials Certificate plus the requirements for the Web Design Essentials Certificate before enrolling in the final Capstone course. This program combines both print and web skills enabling you to explore a wide range of visual communications. Your portfolio will demonstrate the use of print and web skills in a complementary way. In the Capstone course you will gain experience producing graphics and a website for a real-world client.

COMMUNICATION + WEB DESIGN PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATE REQUIREMENTS COMMUNICATION DESIGN ESSENTIALS REQUIREMENTS (see page 22)

12 CREDITS

WEB DESIGN ESSENTIALS REQUIREMENTS (see page 23)

15 CREDITS

CAPSTONE

3 CREDITS

TOTAL MINIMUM REQUIRED*

30 CREDITS

*Proficiency in Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator is mandatory; additional credits may be required.

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CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS

WEB DESIGN PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATE This professional-level certificate is designed for the individual interested in building more complex websites, assessing website functionality, managing projects with clients and staying up-to-date on emerging tools. You can choose courses that best address your professional goals, interests and needs to advance your technical skills and knowledge in areas such as: programming, development, user experience, CMS and client/project management. This certificate culminates in a required Capstone project where you develop a complete website for a real-world client, incorporating the higher-level skills gained in the program. Participate in the Web Design Professional Certificate program to: Learn the complete process of building a complex website with advanced features Learn server-side development, programming code, and how to create a comp, as well as skills to evaluate user needs and aesthetic appeal Build sites that use and expand your abilities in writing HTML5, CSS3 and JavaScript Showcase your design abilities and advanced technical skills in a self-directed Capstone project WEB DESIGN PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATE REQUIREMENTS WEB DESIGN ESSENTIALS REQUIREMENTS (see page 23)

15 CREDITS

ELECTIVES

9 CREDITS

Select nine credits from these approved elective options: INTRODUCTION TO PROGRAMMING (3 CREDITS) SERVER-SIDE WEB DEVELOPMENT – PHP + AJAX (3 CREDITS) MOBILE APPLICATION DESIGN (3 CREDITS) USABILITY + USER EXPERIENCE (3 CREDITS) INTERACTION WEB DESIGN WORKSHOP (1.5 CREDITS) FUNDAMENTALS OF DIGITAL OPERATIONS + PROJECT MANAGEMENT (1.5 CREDITS) EMERGING TOOLS FOR THE WEB WORKSHOP (1.5 CREDITS) WORDPRESS WORKSHOP (1.5 CREDITS) EVALUATING CONTENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS WORKSHOP (1.5 CREDITS) CAPSTONE

3 CREDITS

TOTAL MINIMUM REQUIRED

27 CREDITS

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Expand + advance technical web skills and project development.


THE UNIVERSITY OF THE ARTS—CONTINUING EDUCATION

SOCIAL MEDIA MARKETING ESSENTIALS CERTIFICATE

Develop the skills to evaluate the effectiveness of social media efforts.

The way individuals communicate with one another and choose to give and receive information has changed tremendously over recent years. The Social Media Marketing Essentials Certificate serves a wide range of students who seek to build a solid foundation in this arena, rather than engaging in social media activities based on trial and error. Understand social media tools and who uses them, how to craft real-world strategies and campaigns to reach audiences, as well as methods to evaluate and implement these effectively for various audiences. In addition, electives allow you to customize your program so you can focus on developing those additional skills in design, writing, web or other areas that will most closely match your desired outcome. Participate in the Social Media Marketing Essentials Certificate to: Better communicate to your customers/audience using a thoughtful social media strategy —especially if you work in a small business or non-profit organization Develop and manage branding strategies using social media Develop the skills essential for evaluating the effectiveness of social media marketing with analytics and metrics

SOCIAL MEDIA MARKETING CERTIFICATE REQUIREMENTS OVERVIEW OF SOCIAL MEDIA MARKETING

3 CREDITS

DIGITAL MARKETING STRATEGIES

3 CREDITS

EFFECTIVE COPYWRITING FOR DIGITAL CONTENT

3 CREDITS

ASSESSING, ANALYZING + MONITORING SOCIAL MEDIA

3 CREDITS

ELECTIVES

6 CREDITS

Select six credits from these approved elective options: ADOBE CREATIVE SUITE OVERVIEW (3 CREDITS) ADOBE PHOTOSHOP (1.5 / 3 CREDITS) ADVANCED PHOTOSHOP (3 CREDITS) ADOBE ILLUSTRATOR WORKSHOP (1.5 CREDITS) DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY I (3 CREDITS) FUNDAMENTALS OF DESIGN (3 CREDITS) FUNDAMENTALS OF DIGITAL OPERATIONS + PROJECT MANAGEMENT (3 CREDITS) FUNDRAISING + DEVELOPMENT – DIGITAL TOOLS (3 CREDITS) FOUNDATIONS OF WEB DESIGN (3 CREDITS) TYPOGRAPHY (3 CREDITS) VISUAL IDENTITY DESIGN (3 CREDITS) WRITING FOR BLOGS + SOCIAL MEDIA (3 CREDITS) TOTAL MINIMUM REQUIRED

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CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS

DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY CERTIFICATE The Digital Photography Certificate provides targeted skills needed in the field — camera techniques, digital editing, technical lighting and image output. Enhancing your technical knowledge, you will build an individual aesthetic — studying works by other photographers, creating thematic work and having guest critiques. You’ll learn about industry opportunities and take your images into new creative areas, culminating in a Capstone project gallery exhibition of your final work. Participate in the Digital Photography Certificate to: Explore fine art photography, portraiture, documentary, commercial and other genres of photography as a hobby or future career Develop the technical skills to shoot, manipulate and print photographs using digital technology Exhibit your work as part of your Capstone project

Exhibit your work as part of your Capstone project.

DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY CERTIFICATE REQUIREMENTS DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY I

3 CREDITS

DIGITAL MEDIA FOR PHOTOGRAPHERS – LIGHTROOM

3 CREDITS

DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY II

3 CREDITS

CREATIVE DIGITAL EDITING FOR PHOTOGRAPHERS – PHOTOSHOP

3 CREDITS

STUDIO PHOTOGRAPHY

3 CREDITS

BUSINESS OF PHOTOGRAPHY

1 CREDIT

ELECTIVES

6 CREDITS

Select six credits from these approved elective options: ADVANCED CAMERA TECHNIQUES (3 CREDITS) ADVANCED DIGITAL EDITING – PHOTOSHOP ( 3 CREDITS) EXPERIMENTAL PHOTOGRAPHY (3 CREDITS) NIGHT + LOW LIGHT PHOTOGRAPHY (3 CREDITS) PHOTOJOURNALISM/DOCUMENTARY PHOTOGRAPHY (3 CREDITS) PORTRAIT PHOTOGRAPHY (3 CREDITS) STREET PHOTOGRAPHY (3 CREDITS) CAPSTONE

3 CREDITS

TOTAL MINIMUM REQUIRED

25 CREDITS

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INFO + POLICIES REGISTRATION

Registration fees are nonrefundable. All withdrawals must be submitted in writing sent via email to CS@UARTS.EDU. The date the request is received in writing is the date used to calculate the refund amount. Please allow up to 10 business days to receive a response to course withdrawal requests from the Division of Continuing Studies. Please allow at least three weeks for refunds to be processed.

Five Ways to Register: phone (215.717.6006), fax (215.717.6538), by mail, in person or on online at CS.UARTS.EDU/CE. To register, you must submit the completed registration form with payment in full. Payment may be made in the form of a check or money order payable to: The University of the Arts. Credit cards — American Express, MasterCard and Visa — are also accepted. Registration is accepted on a first-come, first-served basis.

Note: It is not our policy to transfer registration from one course to another or one semester to another. Requests of this nature will be processed as a withdrawal, subject to the refund policy above.

TUITION + FEES

TUITION DISCOUNTS

Tuition for Continuing Education at the University of the Arts is listed underneath each course in this brochure.

We are proud to provide members of the following organizations and University groups with tuition discounts. We require proof of membership in all cases — such as a copy of current ID card or similar documentation; see our website for details CS.UARTS.EDU/CE/POLICIES#TUITIONDISCOUNTS.

Materials fees vary by class and are applied to the specific operational costs incurred by activities in certain classes, studios or labs. Payment of fees is required at the time of registration and is nonrefundable.

Discounts must be calculated at time of registration; no refunds will be issued retroactively in the case of overpayment. Note: Discounts are not available via online registration.

REFUND POLICY FOR COURSES TOTALING $100 OR LESS: All courses with costs (tuition + fees) that total $100 or less are nonrefundable.

25% A  lumni - Graduates of the University of the Arts, Philadelphia College of Art and Design, Philadelphia College of Performing Arts and recipients of Continuing Education Certificates (excluding the Essentials certificates)

FOR COURSES TOTALING MORE THAN $100: All refunds are less nonrefundable fees and are calculated as follows:

15% American Institute of Architects (AIA) members

Classes (5 or more sessions) 100% refund less the $50 nonrefundable registration fee for withdrawal five business days prior to the first class  0% refund less the $50 nonrefundable registration fee 8 for withdrawal fewer than five business days prior to the first class

15% T  he Professional Association for Design (AIGA Philadelphia) members 25% Haviland Society 15% InLiquid members 15% Museum Council of Philadelphia 10% Philadelphia Orchestra Subscribers

 0% refund less the $50 nonrefundable registration fee 5 for withdrawal between the first and second class

10% S  eniors over 55 years of age are eligible for a discount on tuition for any CE course meeting for 30 contact hours.

 % refund after the scheduled meeting of the 0 second class Workshops or Short Courses (4 or less sessions) 1 00% refund less the $50 nonrefundable registration fee for withdrawal five business days prior to the workshop 0% refund for withdrawal within fewer than five business days prior to the workshop 28


GRADING + TRANSCRIPTS

IMPORTANT DATES

All courses taken for non-credit are graded either pass or fail. All courses taken for credit receive a letter grade. Students enrolled in a certificate program must take coursework for credit. Continuing Education students may obtain their final course grades online through WebAdvisor at MyUArts Record.

Monday, May 23, 2016 Continuing Education Spring/Summer 2016 Semester begins Monday, May 30, 2016 No classes - Memorial Day Monday, July 4, 2016 No classes - Independence Day

To obtain an official copy of your transcript, submit your request to the University Registrar at registrar.uarts.edu/services/transcript-request.

Monday, July 25, 2016 - Friday July 29, 2016 No classes - Democratic National Convention

This brochure is not a contractual document. The University of the Arts reserves the right to change any curricular offering, policy, faculty assignment or financial regulation described in this brochure. The University of the Arts gives equal consideration to all applicants for admission and scholarships and conducts all educational programs, activities and employment practices without regard to race, color, sex, religion, national or ethnic origin or disability

CONTACT INFORMATION Mailing Address CONTINUING EDUCATION THE UNIVERSITY OF THE ARTS 320 SOUTH BROAD STREET PHILADELPHIA, PA 19102

COURSE CANCELLATION

Office Location

The University of the Arts reserves the right to cancel classes due to low enrollment. If a cancellation should occur, students will be notified prior to the start of classes and will have the option of taking another course or receiving a full refund.

CONTINUING STUDIES TERRA HALL, 9TH FLOOR, ROOM 901 211 SOUTH BROAD STREET PHILADELPHIA, PA 19107

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