Computer Graphics Program for Teens
Summer Program on the Metropolitan Campus
Teaneck (March 22, 2005)-- A special teen summer program, “Introductory Computer Graphics,” is being offered by Fairleigh Dickinson University from August 8-12, 2005.
The one week summer program for high school upperclassmen features hands-on training in Web design and animation, including HTML, Photoshop, DreamWeaver, and Flash as well as discussion to deepen understanding of the concepts on which multimedia Web sites are built.
Professor Yelena Aronson will lead the program. She is a member of the faculty in the School of Art and Media Studies, where she teaches Computer Art, Design for the Web, and Multimedia on the Internet. An experienced multimedia instructor, she has also taught at Future Media Concepts in New York City and has worked as an architect in Moscow, Russia. Aronson has shown her digital art projects and prints in galleries in New York and New Jersey and on the Internet. In 2004, she received a Silver Award from Artmajeur.
The program, offered by FDU's Office of Continuing Education, will be held in the Multi-Media Computer Laboratory on the Metropolitan Campus in Teaneck, New Jersey. Space is limited and the course fee is $650.
For more information, please call 1-800-338-3887.