Texas Tech University

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School of Art
Bachelor of Fine Arts
Transmedia Emphasis

bachelor of fine arts in Transmedia emphasis

The Transmedia area in the School of Art offers students an interdisciplinary approach to digital arts and moving images. With conceptual, aesthetic, and technical instruction, students complete assignments and projects involving various time-based media approaches, such as video, 2D animation, and 3D animation. Students are also encouraged to integrate photography, illustration, and other experimental techniques into their workflow. Classes incorporate lectures, demonstrations, screenings, workshops, and exercises. Emphasis is on exploring the potential of video and animation for screen and gallery-based practice as well as community involvement.


Program Highlights

Transmedia also addresses the narrative nature of lens-based mediums and guides students in developing their own voice and storytelling process. Our courses will teach students to use industry-standard software and effective project planning in addition to seeking new approaches to video, animation, and moving image production. In their final year, students will have an opportunity to develop and produce their degree projects, which reflect a culmination of what they have learned in their years of study. 


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Facilities & Technology


Available Equipment

  • 15 - Mac Studio (M1 Max) paired with 32” Samsung 4K monitors
  • 15 - Wacom Cintiq Pro 16
  • 10 -  Wacom Intuos Pro medium drawing tablets
  • 2 - Alienware PCs designated for rendering
  • 2 -  Epson V600 Scanners
  • 1 - Soundproof audio booth with Rode NT-USB is a professional condenser microphone
  • 1 - DaVinci Resolve Micro Panel for professional video color grading 

Available Software

  • Adobe Creative Suite (Animate, Premiere, After Effects, Photoshop, Illustrator, etc.)
  • Cinema 4D
  • DaVinci Resolve
  • Blender
  • Dragonframe (Stop-Motion) 

Available Photo/Video Equipment for checkout: 

  • 4 - Blackmagic Design Pocket 6K Pro Cinema
    • Camera Kits including 18-35mm f1.8 Sigma lens, matte box, follow focus, cards, batteries
  • 4 - Canon DSLR cameras for photography and video applications (5D miii, 7D mii, 6D)
    • Each includes a zoom lens, cards, batteries
  • 1 - DJI Ronin RS2 Pro (gimbal)
  • 1 - Rokinon Cinema Lens Kit
  • 24, 35, 50, 85mm T1.5 Cine DS Lens Bundle for Canon EF Mount
  • 2 - Zoom H6 professional audio recorder
  • 2 - Sennheiser Camera-Mount Wireless Lavalier Microphone System
  • 1 - Rode NTG4 shotgun microphone kit
  • 2 - 30" Lightweight Carbon Fiber Camera Sliders
  • 3 - Magnus VT-4000 Tripod Systems with Fluid Head
  • 1 - ikan 1 x 1 Bi-Color Soft Panel LED 3-Light Kit 




All Freshman and Transfer art students are first accepted into the School of Art as an incoming student. Application procedures for each degree program will be explained in the ART 1100 class or by the School of Art academic advisor. During annual SoA Advising events, any student interested in a BFA degree in Studio Art will submit their declaration of major form, a portfolio of 5 images and/or conduct a short interview to describe their interest in their chosen area of emphasis: Ceramics, Jewelry Design and Metalsmithing, Painting, Printmaking, Art Photography, Sculpture or Transmedia.  Application procedures for each area will be explained in the ART 1100 class or by the School of Art academic advisor. The emphasis areas will evaluate the materials submitted by the students and accept or reject them into the emphasis. Student may reapply or later resubmit to change their emphasis.





Undergraduate Advising

Pegah Abedi

Pegah Abedi, M.A.
Senior Academic Advisor (Undergraduate)

Amy Nguyen

Amy Nguyen
Temporary Undergraduate Academic Advisor
Development Manager