Media / Art / Culture
Media/Art/Culture is a specialized interdisciplinary curriculum that brings together art history, film and media history, and photography, film and digital media studio practice. The program offers courses informed by histories of media, technology, and art, explored through specific social and cultural formations. Students engage critically with diverse topics and issues at the intersection of digital art, media, technology, and culture. Students acquire practical skills to create innovative work in digital media, including writing, photography, video, sound, interactive, computational and internet-based media. Coursework emphasizes cross-disciplinary, project-based, and collaborative learning; students practice working in teams and using forms of design thinking that will help prepare them to contribute in a wide range of contemporary workplaces.
Department Secretary: Gwen Coady