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APPLY: Digital Arts MFA at Pratt Institute. Deadline January 5, 2014

Sun Jan 05, 2014 00:00

Brooklyn, New York
United States of America

Established in 1987 as Computer Graphics & Interactive Media, Pratt's Department of Digital Arts (DDA) has over a 25-year history of engaging students in the extraordinary potentials of a combined art and technological practice.

Students in this 60-credit-hour, two-year Graduate Digital Arts program are fully immersed in the creation of artwork that is informed by the digital age and utilizing its technologies. Domestic and international artists come together to study within the concentrations of interactive arts, digital animation/motion arts, or digital imaging. Within the context of new media and networked culture, students produce work that is conceptually and technically sophisticated and positioned within a contemporary art discourse.

A rigorous concentration on professional practices leads Pratt Digital Arts graduates to advanced work in a variety of creative new media fields.

CURRENT FACULTY ::: Rick Barry, Justin Berry, Thomas Bone, Liubo Borissov, Svjetlana Bukvich-Nichols, Jon Cohrs, Elliot Cowan, Ed Darino, Marianna Ellenberg, Michael Enright, Eric Forman, Carla Gannis, Kay Hines, Aaron Hughes, Everett Kane, Hyunsuk Kim, Linda Lauro-Lazin, Robert Lyons, Peter Mackey, David Mattingly, Ramsey Nasser, Nicholas O'Brien, Michael O'Rourke, Peter Patchen, Mira Scharf, Jamal Sullivan, Claudia Herbst Tait, Jack Toolin, Katie Torn, Brad Troemel, Lukas Wadya, Gregory Webb, Dan Weisbard, Elizabeth White, Bryan Zanisnik

APPLY ::: http://www.pratt.edu/admissions/applying/applying_graduate/

VISIT ::: Graduate National Portfolio Day, Saturday, November 23, 2013 ::: SIGN UP by contacting: Imani Griszell, Director of Events, igriszel@pratt.edu, 718.636.3445


Schedule an appointment for a Department tour ::: CONTACT Pratt Department of Digital Arts, ddaatc@pratt.edu, 718.636.3411