Tuesday, December 3, 2013 5-8pm
Art & Technology is an internationally renowned interdisciplinary studio art program focused on the creative use, misuse and investigation of technology in an art-making practice. Students and faculty in this research area engage the meaning and material of science and technology through the production of interactive installations, electronic objects and interfaces, moving image, 3D modeling and animation, art games, tactical media, bio-art, performance, digital imaging, rapid prototyping, holography, internet art, sound, and emerging forms.
The program is designed to help students discover an individual aesthetic and artistic vision through conceptualization, theory and an awareness of history that critically engages the use of advanced science and technology. Students are encouraged to consider content, contexts and approaches that may not fit within traditional definitions of art or display venues. Advanced technologies are explored as creative tools and as agents, which can lead to the production of new meaning, ideas and artistic invention, all central to contemporary art.
Come to the annual juried exhibition of the Art & Tech student progress. The exhibition opening is Tuesday, December 3 from 5-8PM. Food and drinks will be served. Hopkins Hall Gallery is open from 11:30AM-4:30pm Monday through Friday.