Art and Technology Studies: Undergraduate Overview
Undergraduate students interested in technology as a creative medium can plot their own curricular pathway through the Department of Art and Technology Studies’ experimental core curricular areas:
- Hybrid and Virtual Worlds: Experimental Visualization and Fabrication
- Interaction as Materials and Venue: Performative Objects and Responsive Environments
- Bio Art
- Embodied Networks: Collectivity and the Collapse of Separation
- Thinking, Creating, and Designing with Light
- History and Theory: Art and Technology Studies
To learn more about these core cirricular areas visit the Concentrations section of our website.
Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) students can take advantage of the department's natural synergy with technologically related courses in the Departments of Architecture, Interior Architecture, and Designed Objects; Sculpture; Film, Video, New Media, and Animation; and Fashion.
Interested in learning more?
Learn more about degree requirements at our BFA in Studio page. For more information about the SAIC Art and Technology Studies department, contact the admissions office at 800.232.7242 or email@example.com or schedule a tour.