DIGITAL MEDIA WORKSHOP: COLLABORATION
This course allows students to investigate the impact and possibilities which a specific technology or personal approach offers in a collaborative setting. Students partnered with each other and entities outside of the School of Art and Art History to create a semester long project. Students not only explored new mediums, methods and ideas, but also learned to interface and collaborate with others potentially outside of their discipline gaining experience as professional artists. In addition to collaborating with others, students also developed their senior projects culminating in a capstone exhibition. Over the course of the semester students worked with computer science students on an interactive fiction project and then collaborated with MINT Studio (graphic design students) to produce and interactive The Florida Sea Grant to create MAPR, Manatee Awareness and Protection Resource, a website, that uses interactive maps and graphics to describe factors considered in the designation of manatee protection zones in Florida’s coastal waters.
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