The Electronic Art program has two option areas: Multimedia and Graphic Design. The Graphic Design Option focuses on art that assumes a printed form; the Multimedia Option focuses on art that assumes an electronic form.
Electronic artists employ the use of rapidly evolving new media tools to express the human imagination. Computers are used to create, control and integrate images, text, graphics, video, sound, and interactivity. Courses stress the development of strong aesthetic and humanistic sensibilities combined with sophisticated technical abilities.
We are a team of recent art graduates & current art student assistants. Our team ranges from Multimedia majors to Fine Art students.
AE 192 lab techs assist with the printing of student art work and loaning A/V equipment in the lab for educational use.
Where we are
The Equipment & Print Lab is located on the first floor of the Art & Education building room 192, in the east hallway.
What we have
Our computer labs are equipped with state-of-the-art high-end computers to meet the demands of the latest software. In addition to the computers, we have a wide array of speciality peripherals that meet the needs of the classes that are taught in the labs.