The Art and Technology curriculum is centered around the student's studio practice, creative research and an exchange of dialogue between peers, visiting artists and faculty. Technical instruction is offered in the creative use of computer programming, networked-based systems, digital image making, digital sound design, installation, interactive media and hybrid performance. This wide range of instruction is augmented with critiques, lectures and seminars that set out to challenge conventional ideas about what constitutes an art practice in the 21st century.
Art and Technology MFA students are required to pass a Graduate Review—which includes an exhibition and presentation of the work—to complete the program and obtain the MFA degree.
Detailed curriculum and academic requirements can be found in the online course catalog.
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