MINOR IN DIGITAL MEDIA
Dedicated to the exploration of electronic media and the computer as a creative tool, through a program of cultural thinking and technological skill. Digital III is a class on desktop video and sound art, using the Apple professional video environment. Students in Digital IV act as designers and artists for clients within our community, gaining real life experience and also investigating the social role of the artist. Digital V facilitates the independent direction of the student artist, and also 'taking the computer out of the box' - using the computer as a springboard into installation art, performance, and new genres.
Fifteen hours with grades of C or better, distributed as follows: (minimum of 9 hours must be upper division)
Digital I: Digital Print (3 hours)
Digital II: Interactivity (3 hours)
Digital III: Video and Sound (3 hours)
Digital IV: Community Projects (3 hours)
One course in Art History selected from ARTS 3000 through 4950. (3 hours)
All Studio Minors are required to complete ARTS 1000 or ARTS 1200 before enrolling in Minor classes.
Art majors may not count courses required in Area F toward a minor offered in the Department of Art. The Art major must take additional 3000-4000 level courses to complete the minor program. The academic advisor and department chair must approve these courses.
Art History courses taken in fulfillment of the minor may not be applied towards any of the major requirements for the Bachelor of Arts in Studio Art, Fine Art, Museum Studies, or Art History.