The Digital Media Studio is an interdisciplinary facility for the education and research of emergent media technologies in the visual arts. The program emphasizes an experimental, collaborative and socially engaged approach to the creative uses of new technologies in the arts.
Coursework focuses on a broad range of creative possibilities, including but not limited to: two-dimensional image processing, audio/sound art, video art, installation, 3-D modeling/printing, performance art, social and community-based practice, computer gaming, interactive art, processing and Internet-based art forms. A minor in "Serious Games" is under development with the computer science and journalism departments.
Professor Joseph DeLappe, who directs the digital media program, is on sabbatical leave for the academic year 2014-15.
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