Transmedia program offers an interdisciplinary approach to both digital new media and traditional studio art practices. In the program students will learn to use computer technology to communicate across a variety of media platforms, and to explore 2, 3 and 4 dimensional spaces. Areas of study include Digital Imaging and Computer Graphics (2D), Digital Animation, Digital Installation and environment (2D/3D), Video Art and Digital Film, and Time-based and Performative Art (4D). Students will be prepared for a variety of graduate school programs as well as careers in digital design, media art and production, television and film industry.
Transmedia Art Major
Forthcoming in Spring 2019. Details to be announced.
Transmedia Art Minor
Available to all students at Texas Tech, the Transmedia Art Minor program creates a space for non-major students who wish to explore their artistic interests through technology and digital media.
Transmedia Art minors must complete a total of 18 credits in the courses listed below. All advanced hours must be taken in residence. A minimum grade of "C" must be earned in all courses taken for the minor.
- ART 1302 - 2D Design (3 credits)
- ART 2309 - Technology in the Arts (3 credits)
- ART 1309 - Art Appreciation (3 credits)
- ART 4390 - Advanced Transmedia (3 sections, 3 credits each)
- Video Art
- Animation & Motion Graphics
- Digital Painting (may be substituted with Art 4329 Advanced Digital Imaging)
Admission to the Program:
Any undergraduate student can declare this minor. Transmedia Art minors are not required to submit a portfolio for admission. Students are advised to declare a minor by the first semester of their junior year to allow for adequate time to complete the Transmedia minor.
Contact: Jiawei Gong, Assistant Professor of Transmedia Art
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