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Course content

The graduate programs in digital arts offer students the opportunity to undertake practical study in key areas of digital media such as digital video, 3D computer animation, digital compositing, interactivity, coding, the internet, sound and hybrid media. A visual effects specialisation is possible at graduate diploma and master level. You will have the opportunity to deepen and extend your creativity using skills in use throughout the film and media industries and the creative arts sector. The degrees will involve you in a mix of theory and elective courses.

Typical courses

• Animation
• Animation elements for digital visual effects
• Compositing for digital visual effects
• Computer music: Theory and aesthetics
• Digital compositing
• Digital video
• Formal structures for new media
• Interactive digital media
• Internet art
• New media, innovation and research
• Physical computing for the creative arts
• Photography
• Studio practice
• Video art
• Visual arts studio master class




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