The Digital Arts and Practices programme has been developed in accordance with the principles of Bologna declaration and will be based on the three-year long Digital Media programme of Famul Stuart School of Applied Arts. The programme seeks a balance between diverse disciplines crossing their way in creative projects which characteristically use digital media and technologies. The programme shall also explore various uses of art in contemporary society in addition to the uses and implementation of creative practices in other disciplines, from sociological and humanistic to natural sciences. The programme will be structured around four main artistic modules and supported by historical/critical and technical modules.Such structure enables combining different media and creative environments while the students can explore each media in their functional use and/or as independent creative means. Thus a broad field of future professions opens up: from authors (meaning an author of an artwork in its entirety, for example of an animated film or art installation, photo or web project) up to professional workers in interdisciplinary creative teams (creator of virtual spaces, creating animations or interactive applications for mobile phone industry, video reporter for web TV, documentary or product photographer, director of photography in a videofilm, layout artists, special effects animators, character animators, etc).The Digital Arts and Practices programme enables, besides studying in four main modules, explorations in three diverse fields – film narration, creative industries and contemporary art – through alternative choices along with vertical and horizontal connections.
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- Full Time
High/secondary school diploma.
- 3 years
- Full Time
- On Campus Learning