Art X - BFA

Students will gain experience in a variety of different media including: time-based forms, digital video, computer and web-based art, digital photography, robotics, sound, performance, durational installation and computer-operated fabrication.

Students are asked to consider historical developments, critical ideas and current practices related to time-based art. The area emphasizes creativity, versatility and poetics over computer-based technical skills. Students will be able to utilize a computer lab for digital imaging, digital video, editing and robotic programming. Along with a CNC fabrication facility, digital media students have access to the haptic sensible technology lab and 3D stereo thermojet lithographic printing in sculpture. The primary media and practices in this area deal with the research and experimentation of technology and time-based forms of art. Students are expected to demonstrate a proficiency in this area and must be able to work comprehensively, translating concept and idea into visual poetic forms.

Michael Oliveri Awarded Virginia Mary Macagnoni Prize


Michael Oliveri Awarded Virginia Mary Macagnoni Prize

Congratulations to Lamar Dodd School of Art faculty member Michael Oliveri, who was awarded the 2012-2013 Virginia Mary Macagnoni Prize for Innovative Research by the Willson Center.