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I also have found that the department of Photography at the University of Florida has provocative & experimental courses in the setting of a very large and diversified university. As it has such highly regarded programs of studying in photography in the US, they draw on substantial faculties in the broad field of visual inquiry.

Students are encouraged to develop their personal artwork through dialogue with peers and faculty and the community. They particularly encourage work that engages the future of photography and related media (such as installation and performance) which develops an informed inquiry to the history and practices of photography.

The university view their cooperative relationships with other areas of the School such as sculpture, painting and performance, alongside those outside the areas such as English studies, Film Studies and Architecture as a significant resource, and believe strongly in fostering the interdisciplinary exchange.

I have heard the Programs also stress questions of audience, while each student is encouraged to utilize more traditional venues, they also emphasize the importance of creation and alternative exhibitions in sometimes public spaces. They understand that operations set up in public spaces are to include not just the material production of site, but also in the burgeoning fields of electronic communications.


Their programs focuses attention on integration of traditional photographical practices with new and exiting technologies inside the structure around the curriculum. Their traditional labs include a full array of white and black and color equipment, including a Kreonite coloring processor which can print up to 40 inches in width. The entry level digital course is taught in well equipped computer laboratories, administered by central University computer facilities.

The graduate and advanced undergraduates have access to the Photographers area's Arts Laboratory production room, equipped with Mcintosh computing equipment and modern versions of most prevalent production computer software, including that of a G4 video editing place and an Epson 9000 printer that can print up to 45 inches in width! They provide several darkrooms for individual graduate students, equipped with several enlargers having black and white or colour heads that can accommodate up to 4"x 7" formats. The undergraduates work together in a group area equipped for both black/white and color processors. There are studios and copy room facilities available to all the students in the local area.


Apparantly the graduate Photography and Interdisciplinary Seminars provide the opportunities for structured critique and arguments, with all the faculty members plus graduate students around the area present. As an extension of their emphasis on interdisciplinaries exchange, students with faculty from other discipline areas are encouraged to attend creating environments of lively debate and exchanges. All the Photo faculty members would also be available by appointment so students are encouraged to meet up for individual critiques for advice. Also, there are vigorous programs with the visiting artists, theorists and historians at the School, to the Harnar Museum, and to the University.

Their Department of Art is recognised by the National Association of Schooling of Art and Designs. Their Departments of Art offer programs that can include the scholarly fields of artistic history, theory and criticism. The studio fields of drawing and painting and entertainment art/ animations, printmaking, sculptures, crafts (including wood and metal), ceramics (including glasswork), graphic designs, creative photography days, illustrations, and exhibition designs, and the single subject teaching of art education.

The Curricular plans for Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Fine Arts are being developed to meet the individual needs and interests of each student in art and the general objective of the program is to provide a comfortable learning environment that contributes conceptually to the development of the art historians, the visual artist and of course, the art teacher.

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