[NetBehaviour] TRANSMEDIA postgraduate program in Arts, Media & Design
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TRANSMEDIA postgraduate program in Arts, Media & Design
A two-year, full-time postgraduate program in Arts, Media & Design
leading to a master’s degree in Transmedia.
An international program that focuses on research as an integrated mix
of art practice and critical thought.
This multidisciplinary environment fosters a dialogue with experts about
your artistic practice. Transmedia places individual practice at the
core of the program. Here you can learn from internationally recognized
teachers and visiting artists who, through their personal work are
actively shaping the direction of thinking and producing in the rapidly
evolving transmedia field.
Transmedia offers a stimulating environment where your artistic practice
comes first: a continuous and independent art practice stimulated by
dialogues with practices from other disciplines. Students are invited to
engage in an ongoing conversation about their work process through
tutorials, group discussions, seminars, workshops and the interchange of
ideas and skills with fellow students, internationally recognized
teachers and visiting artists.
People from different backgrounds and experiences are central to this
collaborative, multidisciplinary practice. We welcome candidates from a
variety of backgrounds: graphic design, visual arts, architecture and
performance; photography, film, video, installation and new media; and
also the humanities, sciences, music composition and industrial design.
The postgraduate program focuses on research as an integrated mix of art
practice and critical thought and engenders a collaborative,
multidisciplinary practice. Research is an integral part of the
Transmedia program with in-house research fellowships. From these
fellowships students can learn while developing their own research
skills, in close collaboration with artists from all disciplines.
Transmedia research is developed in the area of computational and
networked digital media. Visiting artists open up their work process and
methods and students participate in their projects in different forms
determined by the artist: labs, seminars, symposia.
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