Our MFA in emergent digital practices is a three-year, technically advanced degree in which you'll use new technologies to produce creative works. Through access to state-of-art spaces and hands-on opportunities to master diverse digital tools, you can push the boundaries of artistic and critical expression. As an MFA student, you'll complete your degree by creating and publicly showcasing a body of original artwork.
MFA students explore art forms ranging from interactive to visual to sonic. The technical and creative problem-solving skills emergent digital practices students develop leave them poised for success in the arts. Graduates have established fulfilling careers as open software or hardware designers, installation artists, curators, technology critics, gallery owners and academics.
The Emergent Digital Practices MFA Program Provides:
Cutting-edge learning spaces that are equal parts laboratory, studio, think tank and stage
Digital Fabrication technologies, powerful imaging and sonification tools and a variety of interactive flex-spaces that allow students to gain experience with the most current tools
Small class sizes that allow students to work closely with faculty who are innovators in digital arts and design
Collaborations and projects with institutions like the Denver Art Museum, Denver Museum of Nature and Science and more
A broad understanding of new media literacies combined with practical and technical skills.
- The MFA degree is 92 credits and is typically completed in three years.
- To complete the degree, you must produce an off-campus exhibition of a significant body of work coupled with a written analysis.
See the DU Graduate Bulletin for full course requirements.