Faculty Profile

Andy Bale

Lecturer in Art and Art History

Contact Information

balea@dickinson.edu

Weiss Center for the Arts Room 327
717.254.8983

Education

  • B.F.A., Savannah College of Art and Design, 1994
  • M.F.A., University of Delaware, 2005

2017-2018 Academic Year

Fall 2017

ARTH 221 Introduction to Photography
Cross-listed with FLST 310-03.

ARTH 221 Introduction to Photography
Cross-listed with FLST 310-02.

FLST 310 Introduction to Photography
Cross-listed with ARTH 221-02.

FLST 310 Introduction to Photography
Cross-listed ARTH 221-01. An entry-level course in black-and-white photography emphasizing theory, history, and practice. Students learn how to create images, use cameras, develop film and make prints using conventional darkroom processes. Students will also be introduced to Photoshop as well as the basics of scanning and digital printing.

Spring 2018

ARTH 221 Introduction to Photography
Cross-listed with FLST 310-03.

FLST 310 Introduction to Photography
Cross-listed with ARTH 221-01. An entry-level course in black-and-white photography emphasizing theory, history, and practice. Students learn how to create images, use cameras, develop film and make prints using conventional darkroom processes. Students will also be introduced to Photoshop as well as the basics of scanning and digital printing.

FLST 310 Documentary Photography
Cross-listed with ARTH 360-01. This course will explore and introduce experienced Black-and-White photographers to the traditional and contemporary use of Documentary Photography. By studying the history of photo-journalism, as wll as, contemporary artists, students will engage their surroundings and develop a body of photographic work based on short and long term photographic essays. The semester will culminate with an Exhibition of these photographic essays.

ARTH 360 Documentary Photography
Cross-listed with FLST 310-04. This course will explore and introduce experienced Black-and-White photographers to the traditional and contemporary use of Documentary Photography. By studying the history of photo-journalism, as wll as, contemporary artists, students will engage their surroundings and develop a body of photographic work based on short and long term photographic essays. The semester will culminate with an Exhibition of these photographic essays.