Interactive Technology for Performing and Media Arts MA

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We are now accepting applications for the 2019/20 academic year! Register online on the UNATC website.

This programme prepares students to design and develop interactive software, media and artworks for performance, installation, VR, music and film. The MA is open to graduates of Theatre and Film, as well as holders of art, music or science and engineering degrees, or other persons looking to develop their practice in the field.

Admission

In addition to the required academic documents, the candidate should submit a portfolio with relevant works / projects in the fields of Digital Media & Performing Arts as well as a short written description of the projects and their creative process. These can be live performances, installations, films, software or any other relevant content.
Alternatively, candidates should submit a 1500-2000 word essay demonstrating their interest and intentions for pursuing interactive technology.
All classes are taught in English by young specialists in the field, graduates of similar international programmes.

More details here. Inquiries: or.ctanu|citenic.tairaterces#or.ctanu|citenic.tairaterces // 0213711200 // Facebook

Welcome! This wiki hosts the course information for the ITPMA program at CINETic, UNATC. This is a 2-year, English-language M.A. concluding in a practical Media Arts Project and a written Dissertation Thesis.

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Programme Plan

Core courses are in bold. Optional courses are regular text; students must choose at least 2 out of 3 options for each semester.

Sem 1 Sem 2 Sem 3 Sem 4
Digital Media Arts Media Arts Dissertation Thesis Writing
Digital Storytelling Media Arts Project R&D
Creative Coding and Software Design
Digital Arts Practice
Spatial Design
Sound Design for Interactive Media Interactive Music Systems
Game Design Media Arts Research / Research Ethics (@UNATC) Interactive Art and the Body

Course Information

Semesters 1-3
Digital Arts Practice

Semester 4
Dissertation Project Research & Development

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