Interdisciplinary Digital Studio
Description of the major
This degree represents an interdisciplinary approach to the use of emerging technologies in the arts and design disciplines of the College of Arts and Architecture. The program incorporates architecture, landscape architecture, graphic design, music, photography, theatre design, and visual arts. Students enter the School of Visual Arts foundation program their first year, and after completing the sequence of 2- and 3-D art and drawing, move into Interdisciplinary Digital Studio curriculum. The program builds on this foundation with selected courses from across the College of Arts and Architecture, ranging from digital fabrication to sound design and composition in music, theatre, and art, to digitally based art explorations to digital photography to the exploration of virtual architectural and built environment spaces to digital art and design theory and criticism to Internet exhibitions and publishing. Concurrently, students progress through the series of digital studio courses in which they learn how to work within collaborative professional environments.
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