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Shape the World’s Digital Future

The Digital Arts and Culture program aims to empower learning communities by leading students to a variety of opportunities: to operate with confidence as media practitioners and global communicators; to collaborate and contribute as creative problem solvers using digital media in a networked global culture, and to develop skills and understanding of new knowledge production and research methods.

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About Us

Students who complete the Digital Arts & Culture programs will be able to:

  • Analyze digital and electronic media systems, explaining what these platforms do and how they do it.
  • Engage with complex digital issues: online, offline, via ubiquitous computing hardware and software.
  • Organize information, both architecturally and visually, structuring software, web sites, advertisements, social media, and more.
  • Demonstrate hands-on, collaborative, and cross-disciplinary, media production with artists and designers.

Coursework is drawn from three schools/colleges at UWM: Peck School of the Arts, College of Letters and Science, and School of Information Studies, with an overarching interest in the study and practice of Arts, Information, and Media.