This experiential learning course teaches students to develop a disciplined digital arts practice. Assigned a campus studio and guided by assigned advisors, students define digital art projects, organize digital art studios for creation, establish a regular schedule of digital arts studio practice, and produce a coherent art project. Students meet in weekly seminars to learn the fundamentals of professional digital art practice, such as developing an inventory of work, registering copyrights, and building contacts lists. Includes weekly digital studio development, monthly critiques, and one Open Studio Show. Course may be repeated for up to six hours.
Prerequisites: ARTS 290 and any two 300-level ARTS courses
ARTS 405 Advanced Digital Arts Practice