Electronic Media Studio: Interactivity and Computation (60-212) is a practical introduction to programming and computational media production within the context of the arts. In this "intromediate" level course, students develop the skills and confidence to produce interactive artworks, discuss their work in relation to current and historic praxes of digital art, and engage new technologies critically.
Meeting Times: Fridays, 8:30-11:20am + 1:30-4:20pm
Optional Work Sessions: Generally, Thursday evenings, 7:00-11:00pm
Location: CFA-111 (Frank-Ratchye STUDIO for Creative Inquiry at CMU)
Instructor: Prof. Golan Levin
Teaching Assistant: Char Stiles
Office Hours: By appointment.
- Course Calendar
- Civics and Attendance
- Rubrics and Grading
- Academic Integrity
- Code of Conduct
- Freedom of Speech
- Dealing with Stress
- FERPA Statement
A standalone PDF copy of this Syllabus is available here.