The Specialization focuses on four major areas of application: Integrated Media Performance (including theatre, opera, dance, and concerts), Interactive Installation and Site-Specific Art, Architectural Projection and Digital Image Surfaces, and Living Room Interactive (the employment of physical sensors, advanced display technology, socially networked remote participants, and fictional narrative in a self-guided experience).
The curriculum cultivates each student’s artistic process, helps them build technology/software skills, and brings about an awareness of contemporary media theory in lab- and discussion-oriented classes.
All MFA Interactive Media for Performance students are required to pass a Mid-Residence and Graduation Review in order to complete the Program and obtain their degree.
Detailed curriculum and academic requirements can be found in the online course catalog.
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