Communication, technology, and art is ever-evolving. It creates and shapes industries and cultures in new ways. Carthage prepares students for this landscape of the future.
The film and new media minor offers students opportunities in studio- and production-based courses, film and new media theory, and associated history. The courses provide necessary techniques, skill sets, and critical theory to prepare students for an increasingly digital global landscape of media production and critique.
Within this minor, students may choose to pursue coursework which emphasizes the discipline of film (film production and screenwriting), the discipline of new media (video art, sound art, light, computational and interactive art, and other new media and time-based forms), or a combination of film and new media classes. Students have the option to enhance their image-making skills with photography and their new media development skills with computer science courses.
The film and new media minor is a cross-departmental minor offering a concentrated curriculum in film and new media through the Art and Communication and Digital Media Departments, with supplementary classes in computer science. This blend of disciplines and complementary courses will assist students in making connections within and between fundamental characteristics of new media practices and filmmaking. Within this minor, students may choose to pursue coursework that emphasizes studio and production work, aesthetics, and media theory.
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