MFA in Art and Technology Studies -  Welcome

 

 

The MFA graduate program is an intense two-year course of study emphasizing interdisciplinary approaches to art making. Students concentrate on studio work in the areas of computer imaging, digital video, digital sound, interactive media, computer animation, three-dimensional modeling, computer holography, computer-controlled kinetic sculpture, interactive installations, neon, computer-aided and algorithmic composition, and telecommunication arts.

The program includes formal studio courses, graduate seminars in theory and criticism, studio critique, and independent study. The program focuses on the personal growth of students in their pursuit of careers as dedicated, professional artists.

Graduate students in art and technology studies should have a strong background in technology, electronics, computers, and technical experimentation and should be prepared to integrate these skills into the creative process. The art and technology studies department enhances this process by providing an innovative forum for interdisciplinary research in the arts.

 
     

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