Art & Technology is an interdisciplinary studio arts program in computer mediated art, which includes interactive and electronic objects and environments, multimedia, digital video, experimental and traditional 3D animation, locative media, art & biology, digital imaging, rapid prototyping, holography, net art, installation, sound, emerging forms and new genres. Degrees offered are: 3-year MFA and a 4-year BFA program. We also involved in serving the undergraduate Minor in Studio Art and the undergraduate minor in Video Arts.
The program is designed to help students discover individual aesthetics and artistic vision through conceptualization, theory and an awareness of history that critically engages the use of advanced science and technology. Students are encouraged to consider content, contexts and approaches that may not fit within traditional definitions of art or display venues. Advanced technologies are explored as creative tools and as agents, which can lead to new ideas and artistic invention central to contemporary art.