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This area of study employs digital and traditional processes in the creation of large-format digital prints, installations, artist's books and other tactile media. Studies address critical issues and techniques in the development, printing and presentation of digitally based art. Recommended electives include critical history of photography, etching, silkscreen lithography, 3-D printing and digital photography. 

After graduation, many Pratt Alumni can be found exhibiting in galleries and working in major creative industries like:

  • Freerange 360
  • NYC Office of Media and Entertainment
  • Apple Computer
  • Art and Commerce
  • Bastardo: Imperio de Culto Visual and many more.

Curriculum

Requirements for MFA Digital Arts-Digital Imaging, 2013

  • Semester 1

    Complete these courses plus 3 credits Studio Elective .

    DDA-610 Digital Arts Practicum Graphics

    DDA-617 Languages

    DDA-645 Digital Imaging Studio

    DDA-606A Graduate Seminar I


  • Semester 2

    Complete these courses plus 3 DDA elective credits and 3 studio elective credits.

    DDA-606B Graduate Seminar II

    DDA-614 Three-Dimensional Computer Modeling Workshop

    DDA-645 Digital Imaging Studio


  • Semester 3

    Complete these courses plus 6 credits DDA Electives and 3 credits Art History Elective .

    DDA-660A Thesis I


  • Semester 4

    Complete these courses plus 6 credits DDA Elective and 3 credits Liberal Arts Elective .

    DDA-660B Thesis II


Digital Arts students become part of the thriving New York art scene, establishing a professional network and taking advantage of opportunities that exist nowhere else in the country.