Digital Imaging

Digital imaging coursework explores the technical, conceptual, aesthetic, and ethical aspects of using computers and digital technology to make art. In this program, students learn to:

  • Utilize the latest software programs and tools
  • Manipulate images
  • Document artwork
  • Create gallery-ready imagery
  • Integrate digital work with other media
  • Explore issues raised by digitally assisted work

Students studying digital imagining have access to the resources of both the Studio Art Discipline and the Office for Instructional and Media Technologies, including computer labs and camera and photo equipment. Digital Imaging/Photography can be selected to fulfill either your major media or minor media requirement in the major. Students need to request permission for ths option from the studio art coordinator before starting their junior year.

More details are available in the course catalog