Units: 3Offers students the opportunity to continue to develop and hone skills in video production and post-production including narrative, experimental, documentary and installation utilizing digital audio and video tools and software. Includes lectures, screening, and lab. Development of practical and critical skills through the study and analysis of current issues surrounding the production, interpretation and dissemination of video in relation to visual arts. Public screening of work. May be repeated for a total of six 6 units.Two hours of lectureTwo hours of laboratory.Recommended Preparation:Recommended Preparation: VSAR 303, VSAR 305 or VSAR 306 or a basic video class taken at another institution.