Bachelor of Fine Arts — Electronic Art

In electronic art classes students work in a variety of video and computer formats and learn the basics of managing a project from concept to completion.  Students also become familiar with a broad range of historical and contemporary artwork in the field of electronic art. Students are provided with an overview of the field, and are instilled with an understanding of the cultural impact of the media as well as the use of electronic media as a tool for self-expression. As a result, students produce a variety of projects using electronic media and complete at least one major portfolio project.
The Electronic Art area offers regular sequences of courses in a range of topics including computer animation, sound art, video, and interactive art. In addition to these regular course sequences, frequent topical Special Studios are also offered. Recent Special Studios classes have focused on digital output, collaborations with musicians and with architects, stop-motion animation, and media-based installation work.