BA & BFA in Studio Art: New Media

The Studio Art concentration in New Media provides an opportunity for students in the BASA and BFASA degree programs to pursue sustained study in art forms that include time-based media, performance, digital imaging, and coding-based practices.

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Studio Art: New Media

New Media courses incorporate established and emerging technologies in the service of art-making that looks to the history of art as well as to contemporary intersections between art, design and community engagement. Students can expect to gain working knowledge in a core set of forms that include digital imaging, video, coding, and interactive technologies, along with an understanding of the conceptual and historical context in which these forms exist. As students advance, they will build on this core knowledge by developing and following individual interests in advanced courses that include both technical instruction and topic-focused explorations. Students will be able to take courses across the School of Art & Design and the broader campus to further pursue experiences in other disciplines and areas of inquiry that can contribute to a personal artistic trajectory.

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