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Gain the skills and inspiration to lead and innovate as creative technologists in the 21st century. Explore the transformative powers of computation beyond the dimensions of the computer screen, integrating digital creativity within varied architectures, urban centers, and our ever-expanding digital networks.

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Work from Performance and Electronic Media by Olivia Hatcher, BFA ‘23
Type
Undergraduate, BFA
Credits
126
Duration
4 years
Courses
Plan of Study
School and Department
School of Art,
Digital Arts and Animation

Digital Arts in Art + Technology at Pratt

The BFA in Art + Technology prepares you with the knowledge and skills to succeed in the creative technology sector. It is the ultimate degree in creative technology – you will graduate with a good understanding of how to innovate with audio, visuals, coding, interactive/reactive media, web-based experiences, electronics, VR/MR, AI, and how to interface the digital and physical worlds.  If you have a creative disposition, balanced by an inventive, entrepreneurial spirit, this degree is for you.

Student Work

Take a look at examples of work by recent Digital Arts students, and imagine what you might be able to do!

The Experience

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The Art and Technology pathway introduces an amazing range of tools and techniques taught by internationally renowned faculty. Studio courses factor in every semester, lending ample opportunity to create an impressive graduation portfolio. Most courses are located in our award-winning Myrtle Hall facility, which is less than 30 minutes away from New York’s world famous cultural institutions, many of which sponsor our students through internships and employ them upon graduation.  When not in class, our students are soaking up the limitless screenings, openings, festivals, shows and exhibitions that are occurring throughout the year in New York City.

Self-discovery, societal transformation, and critical reflection are recurrent themes in these classrooms and studios.

Digital Arts Facilities

Students in the Art and Technology BFA have excellent labs with access to several digital computing facilities that are outfitted with state of the art Apple computer stations. These computers are loaded with top of the line software including Maya, Houdini, TouchDesigner, MaxMSP, Nuke, ToonBoom, Adobe Suite, ProTools, and much more. 

BFA students also have access to shared Digital Arts facilities that include a green screen room, audio editing suite, a variety of 3D printers, laser cutter, ink-jet printers and a world-class surround-sound VR production/presentation suite. Further access to Pratt Institute facilities is also possible, including fine art workshops and a large photogrammetry volume. 

Senior Projects

Art and Technology students are able to commit to a substantial research project spanning their entire senior year, divided into Senior Projects I & II. These works are exhibited at the end of year DDA public exhibition, and are often the featured project in final portfolios. 

Internships

The Department of Digital Arts and Animation offers an internship program tailored to digital artists. Throughout the academic year, students partake in internship opportunities at a variety of studios and companies in the metropolitan New York area, gaining skills and experience in areas covering animation, visual effects, motion graphics, game design, interaction design, fine arts, and publishing.

The internship program places students on their career paths, providing experiences that aid in determining their educational and professional goals. Internships may be taken for college credit by both undergraduate and graduate students. While the Department has our own Internship Coordinator, students may also want to visit Pratt’s extensive network and dedicated staff that supports and facilitates Internships and Industry Connections.

Study Abroad

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Immersing yourself in another culture is an incredible experience that can extend the boundaries of creativity. Study abroad programs are an integral part of the college experience, and Pratt has deep connections with university partners around the world. See where you can go.

Learning Resources

We develop disciplinary fluency in our program of study and we celebrate the interdisciplinary nature of design critical to address the plurality and complexity of the environments in which we operate. Learn more.

Our Faculty

Pratt’s distinguished faculty of outstanding creative professionals and scholars share a common desire to develop each student’s potential and creativity to the fullest. Bringing different views, methods, and perspectives they provide a rigorous educational model in which students make and learn.

See all Digital Arts faculty and administrators.

Blake Carrington

Associate Professor

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Liubomir Borissov

Associate Professor

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Peter Patchen

Associate Professor

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Our Alumni

Taezoo Park poses in a studio located at the World Trade Center
Taezoo Park, MFA Interactive Arts ‘12, in his World Trade Center studio.

Digital Arts graduates become leading contributors to the arts with a commitment to the cultural enrichment of society. After graduation, Pratt Alumni can be found featured in important publications, exhibiting in galleries and new media institutions and working in major creative industries.

Our alumni are leaders at top institutions including Apple Computer, Phillips Electronics, IBM Watson Research Labs, and MoMA and go on to exhibit at SPRING/BREAK Art Show, Whitney Museum of American Art, SFMoMA, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, and the New Museum.

Success Stories

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  • DDA Guest Lecture Series — Lita Albuquerque
April 10th, 2024
12.45 pm EST

Lita Albuquerque is an internationally renowned multidisciplinary artist and writer. She has developed a visual language that brings the realities of time and space to a human scale and is acclaimed for her ephemeral and permanent art works executed in the landscape and public sites.

​

She represented the United States at the Sixth International Cairo Biennale, where she was awarded the Biennale’s top prize. Albuquerque has also been the recipient of the National Science Foundation Artist Grant Program for the artwork Stellar Axis, which culminated in the first and largest ephemeral artwork created on that continent.

Recent major exhibitions include the 2018 Art Safiental Biennial, Switzerland, Desert X 2017, 20/20: Accelerando at USC Fisher Museum of Art, The Getty Museum’s Pacific Standard Time Performance and Public Art Festival, Groundswell: Women of Land Art at Nasher Sculpture Center, Dallas, and Liquid Light presented at 59th La Biennale di Venezia, Biennale Arte 2022.

Her work is in the collections of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Getty Trust, the Whitney Museum of American Art, LACMA and MOCA, among others.

https://www.litaalbuquerque.com/
  • DDA Guest Lecture Series — Melissa Ferrari
April 3rd, 2024
12.45 pm EST

Melissa Ferrari is a nonfiction filmmaker, experimental animator, magic lanternist and educator
who seeks to acquaint folklores of the past with contemporary culture. In exposing peripheral
histories, she aims to unveil the wonder that lies in the shadow of nonfiction, rather than fiction.
Her practice engages with intersections of science and the supernatural, the mythification of
pseudoscience, and the history of phantasmagoria and documentary.
Originally from Virginia, Melissa is now based in Los Angeles where she received an
Experimental Animation M.F.A. from CalArts. Her films and magic lantern performances have
been shown internationally in venues such as Hot Docs, Hauser & Wirth LA, Ottawa
International Animation Festival, Ann Arbor Film Festival, and the Harvard History of Science
Dept. In 2022-2023, Melissa was an Artist in Residence at the Camera Obscura Arts Lab in
Santa Monica, CA and the Larry Spring Museum of Common Sense Physics in Fort Bragg, CA.
Recent awards include the 2023 Dick Balzer Award, the 2022 Damer E. Waddington Red
Cabbage Award, and the 2020 Science Sandbox Symbiosis Award at the Imagine Science Film
Festival.
Melissa teaches animation courses and workshops, specializing in nonfiction and experimental
animation, as well as expanded cinema. Previously, she was a lecturer at CalArts, Whittier
College, Queens College, Cal State LA, and LACHSA. Melissa’s research focuses on the ethics
and research methodologies of animated nonfiction. She presented her research on animated
documentary at the Ecstatic Truth Symposium in Lisbon and several Society for Animation
Studies conferences.
Melissa’s commissioned documentary animation work has appeared on PBS, the BBC, CNN &
the Oscar Shortlist. Previously, Melissa worked as an animation artist at Dusty Studio in New
York City, where her work was featured in The New York Times Op-Docs, The MoMA,
Nautilus, & TED.

www.melissaferrari.com
  • Art + Tech Open Studios Event 
DDA Myrtle Hall Thurs March 21, 12-3 pm

12:00 Exhibition opening in DDA Gallery 4th Floor
12:30 Pizza in 4E-03! Studios open
1:00-1:30 Artist Talks (Lightning Round) 5th Floor
3:00 Event ends
  • DDA Guest Lectures Series — Carrie Sijia Wang
March 20th, 2024 
12.45 pm EST 
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.
Carrie Sijia Wang is an artist and educator based in New York. Combining art, technology, and research, she makes performances, videos, and participatory experiences to explore the humanization of machines and the mechanization of humans.

Wang is an inaugural Working Artist Fellow at Pioneer Works, 2023 More Art fellow, Year 8 member of NEW INC, and 2020 Mozilla Creative Media Award recipient. She has shown and presented work with venues including Rhizome, New Museum, Onassis Foundation, ACM SIGGRAPH, and A.I.R. Gallery. Her work has been featured in publications including the Business Insider, Slate, and Computerworld.

https://carriesijiawang.com/
  • DDA Guest Lectures Series — Chris Klimas
February 28th, 2024 
12.45 pm EST 
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.
.
Baltimore-based web developer, game designer, and writer that finds the intersection of words and interactivity irresistible.

Chris Klimas created Twine, the extremely popular and accessible interactive fiction development platform. He’s also involved with the Interactive Fiction Technology Foundation, as well as Unmapped Path, a company that builds narrative experiences for mobile and desktop.

Twine emphasizes the visual structure of hypertext, and does not require knowledge of a programming language as many other game development tools do. It is regarded as a tool which can be used by anyone interested in interactive fiction and experimental games.

https://chrisklimas.com/
  • DDA Guest Lecture Series Spring 2024
Pratt Institute‘s Department of Digital Arts will present lectures by five guests as part of its spring 2024 Guest Lecture Series. All events are free and open to the public. Please RSVP.

All lectures start at 12.45pm EST and take place at the DDA Lecture Room, 4E-3 Myrtle Hall ( 4th floor )
  • Resist the Algorithm

BLAKE MARQUES CARRINGTON and BAHAREH KHOSHOOEE in Conversation

February 27 12pm - 1:30pm

Student Union

Please join us on Tuesday February 27 at 12pm for a conversation. 

Exploring how to RESIST THE ALGORITHM across practices and disciplines.
  • Interactive Arts (Art & Technology)

Crossing
by Claudia Tait

DDA Gallery, 4th floor, Myrtle Hall
Show dates: February 5th - 16th 2024

An exhibition of new works produced by Digital Arts Professor Claudia Tait of animation.
  • The School of Liberal Arts and Sciences, the Department of Humanity and Media Studies, the Department of Math and Science, and the Office of International Affairs would like to invite Pratt students to a workshop facilitated by artist Joseph Morris, titled: Sound and Interactivity with Arduino, which will be held on Thursday, December 14th from 12 p.m. - 2 p.m. in ARC F-01.

All materials are provided and no experience is necessary!
DDA Guest Lecture Series — Lita Albuquerque
April 10th, 2024
12.45 pm EST

Lita Albuquerque is an internationally renowned multidisciplinary artist and writer. She has developed a visual language that brings the realities of time and space to a human scale and is acclaimed for her ephemeral and permanent art works executed in the landscape and public sites.

​

She represented the United States at the Sixth International Cairo Biennale, where she was awarded the Biennale’s top prize. Albuquerque has also been the recipient of the National Science Foundation Artist Grant Program for the artwork Stellar Axis, which culminated in the first and largest ephemeral artwork created on that continent.

Recent major exhibitions include the 2018 Art Safiental Biennial, Switzerland, Desert X 2017, 20/20: Accelerando at USC Fisher Museum of Art, The Getty Museum’s Pacific Standard Time Performance and Public Art Festival, Groundswell: Women of Land Art at Nasher Sculpture Center, Dallas, and Liquid Light presented at 59th La Biennale di Venezia, Biennale Arte 2022.

Her work is in the collections of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Getty Trust, the Whitney Museum of American Art, LACMA and MOCA, among others.

https://www.litaalbuquerque.com/
DDA Guest Lecture Series — Lita Albuquerque
April 10th, 2024
12.45 pm EST

Lita Albuquerque is an internationally renowned multidisciplinary artist and writer. She has developed a visual language that brings the realities of time and space to a human scale and is acclaimed for her ephemeral and permanent art works executed in the landscape and public sites.

​

She represented the United States at the Sixth International Cairo Biennale, where she was awarded the Biennale’s top prize. Albuquerque has also been the recipient of the National Science Foundation Artist Grant Program for the artwork Stellar Axis, which culminated in the first and largest ephemeral artwork created on that continent.

Recent major exhibitions include the 2018 Art Safiental Biennial, Switzerland, Desert X 2017, 20/20: Accelerando at USC Fisher Museum of Art, The Getty Museum’s Pacific Standard Time Performance and Public Art Festival, Groundswell: Women of Land Art at Nasher Sculpture Center, Dallas, and Liquid Light presented at 59th La Biennale di Venezia, Biennale Arte 2022.

Her work is in the collections of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Getty Trust, the Whitney Museum of American Art, LACMA and MOCA, among others.

https://www.litaalbuquerque.com/
DDA Guest Lecture Series — Lita Albuquerque April 10th, 2024 12.45 pm EST Lita Albuquerque is an internationally renowned multidisciplinary artist and writer. She has developed a visual language that brings the realities of time and space to a human scale and is acclaimed for her ephemeral and permanent art works executed in the landscape and public sites. ​ She represented the United States at the Sixth International Cairo Biennale, where she was awarded the Biennale’s top prize. Albuquerque has also been the recipient of the National Science Foundation Artist Grant Program for the artwork Stellar Axis, which culminated in the first and largest ephemeral artwork created on that continent. Recent major exhibitions include the 2018 Art Safiental Biennial, Switzerland, Desert X 2017, 20/20: Accelerando at USC Fisher Museum of Art, The Getty Museum’s Pacific Standard Time Performance and Public Art Festival, Groundswell: Women of Land Art at Nasher Sculpture Center, Dallas, and Liquid Light presented at 59th La Biennale di Venezia, Biennale Arte 2022. Her work is in the collections of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Getty Trust, the Whitney Museum of American Art, LACMA and MOCA, among others. https://www.litaalbuquerque.com/
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DDA Guest Lecture Series — Melissa Ferrari
April 3rd, 2024
12.45 pm EST

Melissa Ferrari is a nonfiction filmmaker, experimental animator, magic lanternist and educator
who seeks to acquaint folklores of the past with contemporary culture. In exposing peripheral
histories, she aims to unveil the wonder that lies in the shadow of nonfiction, rather than fiction.
Her practice engages with intersections of science and the supernatural, the mythification of
pseudoscience, and the history of phantasmagoria and documentary.
Originally from Virginia, Melissa is now based in Los Angeles where she received an
Experimental Animation M.F.A. from CalArts. Her films and magic lantern performances have
been shown internationally in venues such as Hot Docs, Hauser & Wirth LA, Ottawa
International Animation Festival, Ann Arbor Film Festival, and the Harvard History of Science
Dept. In 2022-2023, Melissa was an Artist in Residence at the Camera Obscura Arts Lab in
Santa Monica, CA and the Larry Spring Museum of Common Sense Physics in Fort Bragg, CA.
Recent awards include the 2023 Dick Balzer Award, the 2022 Damer E. Waddington Red
Cabbage Award, and the 2020 Science Sandbox Symbiosis Award at the Imagine Science Film
Festival.
Melissa teaches animation courses and workshops, specializing in nonfiction and experimental
animation, as well as expanded cinema. Previously, she was a lecturer at CalArts, Whittier
College, Queens College, Cal State LA, and LACHSA. Melissa’s research focuses on the ethics
and research methodologies of animated nonfiction. She presented her research on animated
documentary at the Ecstatic Truth Symposium in Lisbon and several Society for Animation
Studies conferences.
Melissa’s commissioned documentary animation work has appeared on PBS, the BBC, CNN &
the Oscar Shortlist. Previously, Melissa worked as an animation artist at Dusty Studio in New
York City, where her work was featured in The New York Times Op-Docs, The MoMA,
Nautilus, & TED.

www.melissaferrari.com
DDA Guest Lecture Series — Melissa Ferrari
April 3rd, 2024
12.45 pm EST

Melissa Ferrari is a nonfiction filmmaker, experimental animator, magic lanternist and educator
who seeks to acquaint folklores of the past with contemporary culture. In exposing peripheral
histories, she aims to unveil the wonder that lies in the shadow of nonfiction, rather than fiction.
Her practice engages with intersections of science and the supernatural, the mythification of
pseudoscience, and the history of phantasmagoria and documentary.
Originally from Virginia, Melissa is now based in Los Angeles where she received an
Experimental Animation M.F.A. from CalArts. Her films and magic lantern performances have
been shown internationally in venues such as Hot Docs, Hauser & Wirth LA, Ottawa
International Animation Festival, Ann Arbor Film Festival, and the Harvard History of Science
Dept. In 2022-2023, Melissa was an Artist in Residence at the Camera Obscura Arts Lab in
Santa Monica, CA and the Larry Spring Museum of Common Sense Physics in Fort Bragg, CA.
Recent awards include the 2023 Dick Balzer Award, the 2022 Damer E. Waddington Red
Cabbage Award, and the 2020 Science Sandbox Symbiosis Award at the Imagine Science Film
Festival.
Melissa teaches animation courses and workshops, specializing in nonfiction and experimental
animation, as well as expanded cinema. Previously, she was a lecturer at CalArts, Whittier
College, Queens College, Cal State LA, and LACHSA. Melissa’s research focuses on the ethics
and research methodologies of animated nonfiction. She presented her research on animated
documentary at the Ecstatic Truth Symposium in Lisbon and several Society for Animation
Studies conferences.
Melissa’s commissioned documentary animation work has appeared on PBS, the BBC, CNN &
the Oscar Shortlist. Previously, Melissa worked as an animation artist at Dusty Studio in New
York City, where her work was featured in The New York Times Op-Docs, The MoMA,
Nautilus, & TED.

www.melissaferrari.com
DDA Guest Lecture Series — Melissa Ferrari April 3rd, 2024 12.45 pm EST Melissa Ferrari is a nonfiction filmmaker, experimental animator, magic lanternist and educator who seeks to acquaint folklores of the past with contemporary culture. In exposing peripheral histories, she aims to unveil the wonder that lies in the shadow of nonfiction, rather than fiction. Her practice engages with intersections of science and the supernatural, the mythification of pseudoscience, and the history of phantasmagoria and documentary. Originally from Virginia, Melissa is now based in Los Angeles where she received an Experimental Animation M.F.A. from CalArts. Her films and magic lantern performances have been shown internationally in venues such as Hot Docs, Hauser & Wirth LA, Ottawa International Animation Festival, Ann Arbor Film Festival, and the Harvard History of Science Dept. In 2022-2023, Melissa was an Artist in Residence at the Camera Obscura Arts Lab in Santa Monica, CA and the Larry Spring Museum of Common Sense Physics in Fort Bragg, CA. Recent awards include the 2023 Dick Balzer Award, the 2022 Damer E. Waddington Red Cabbage Award, and the 2020 Science Sandbox Symbiosis Award at the Imagine Science Film Festival. Melissa teaches animation courses and workshops, specializing in nonfiction and experimental animation, as well as expanded cinema. Previously, she was a lecturer at CalArts, Whittier College, Queens College, Cal State LA, and LACHSA. Melissa’s research focuses on the ethics and research methodologies of animated nonfiction. She presented her research on animated documentary at the Ecstatic Truth Symposium in Lisbon and several Society for Animation Studies conferences. Melissa’s commissioned documentary animation work has appeared on PBS, the BBC, CNN & the Oscar Shortlist. Previously, Melissa worked as an animation artist at Dusty Studio in New York City, where her work was featured in The New York Times Op-Docs, The MoMA, Nautilus, & TED. www.melissaferrari.com
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Art + Tech Open Studios Event 
DDA Myrtle Hall Thurs March 21, 12-3 pm

12:00 Exhibition opening in DDA Gallery 4th Floor
12:30 Pizza in 4E-03! Studios open
1:00-1:30 Artist Talks (Lightning Round) 5th Floor
3:00 Event ends
Art + Tech Open Studios Event DDA Myrtle Hall Thurs March 21, 12-3 pm 12:00 Exhibition opening in DDA Gallery 4th Floor 12:30 Pizza in 4E-03! Studios open 1:00-1:30 Artist Talks (Lightning Round) 5th Floor 3:00 Event ends
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DDA Guest Lectures Series — Carrie Sijia Wang
March 20th, 2024 
12.45 pm EST 
.
.
Carrie Sijia Wang is an artist and educator based in New York. Combining art, technology, and research, she makes performances, videos, and participatory experiences to explore the humanization of machines and the mechanization of humans.

Wang is an inaugural Working Artist Fellow at Pioneer Works, 2023 More Art fellow, Year 8 member of NEW INC, and 2020 Mozilla Creative Media Award recipient. She has shown and presented work with venues including Rhizome, New Museum, Onassis Foundation, ACM SIGGRAPH, and A.I.R. Gallery. Her work has been featured in publications including the Business Insider, Slate, and Computerworld.

https://carriesijiawang.com/
DDA Guest Lectures Series — Carrie Sijia Wang
March 20th, 2024 
12.45 pm EST 
.
.
Carrie Sijia Wang is an artist and educator based in New York. Combining art, technology, and research, she makes performances, videos, and participatory experiences to explore the humanization of machines and the mechanization of humans.

Wang is an inaugural Working Artist Fellow at Pioneer Works, 2023 More Art fellow, Year 8 member of NEW INC, and 2020 Mozilla Creative Media Award recipient. She has shown and presented work with venues including Rhizome, New Museum, Onassis Foundation, ACM SIGGRAPH, and A.I.R. Gallery. Her work has been featured in publications including the Business Insider, Slate, and Computerworld.

https://carriesijiawang.com/
DDA Guest Lectures Series — Carrie Sijia Wang March 20th, 2024  12.45 pm EST  . . Carrie Sijia Wang is an artist and educator based in New York. Combining art, technology, and research, she makes performances, videos, and participatory experiences to explore the humanization of machines and the mechanization of humans. Wang is an inaugural Working Artist Fellow at Pioneer Works, 2023 More Art fellow, Year 8 member of NEW INC, and 2020 Mozilla Creative Media Award recipient. She has shown and presented work with venues including Rhizome, New Museum, Onassis Foundation, ACM SIGGRAPH, and A.I.R. Gallery. Her work has been featured in publications including the Business Insider, Slate, and Computerworld. https://carriesijiawang.com/
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DDA Guest Lectures Series — Chris Klimas
February 28th, 2024 
12.45 pm EST 
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.
.
Baltimore-based web developer, game designer, and writer that finds the intersection of words and interactivity irresistible.

Chris Klimas created Twine, the extremely popular and accessible interactive fiction development platform. He’s also involved with the Interactive Fiction Technology Foundation, as well as Unmapped Path, a company that builds narrative experiences for mobile and desktop.

Twine emphasizes the visual structure of hypertext, and does not require knowledge of a programming language as many other game development tools do. It is regarded as a tool which can be used by anyone interested in interactive fiction and experimental games.

https://chrisklimas.com/
DDA Guest Lectures Series — Chris Klimas
February 28th, 2024 
12.45 pm EST 
.
.
.
Baltimore-based web developer, game designer, and writer that finds the intersection of words and interactivity irresistible.

Chris Klimas created Twine, the extremely popular and accessible interactive fiction development platform. He’s also involved with the Interactive Fiction Technology Foundation, as well as Unmapped Path, a company that builds narrative experiences for mobile and desktop.

Twine emphasizes the visual structure of hypertext, and does not require knowledge of a programming language as many other game development tools do. It is regarded as a tool which can be used by anyone interested in interactive fiction and experimental games.

https://chrisklimas.com/
DDA Guest Lectures Series — Chris Klimas February 28th, 2024 12.45 pm EST . . . Baltimore-based web developer, game designer, and writer that finds the intersection of words and interactivity irresistible. Chris Klimas created Twine, the extremely popular and accessible interactive fiction development platform. He’s also involved with the Interactive Fiction Technology Foundation, as well as Unmapped Path, a company that builds narrative experiences for mobile and desktop. Twine emphasizes the visual structure of hypertext, and does not require knowledge of a programming language as many other game development tools do. It is regarded as a tool which can be used by anyone interested in interactive fiction and experimental games. https://chrisklimas.com/
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DDA Guest Lecture Series Spring 2024
Pratt Institute‘s Department of Digital Arts will present lectures by five guests as part of its spring 2024 Guest Lecture Series. All events are free and open to the public. Please RSVP.

All lectures start at 12.45pm EST and take place at the DDA Lecture Room, 4E-3 Myrtle Hall ( 4th floor )
DDA Guest Lecture Series Spring 2024
Pratt Institute‘s Department of Digital Arts will present lectures by five guests as part of its spring 2024 Guest Lecture Series. All events are free and open to the public. Please RSVP.

All lectures start at 12.45pm EST and take place at the DDA Lecture Room, 4E-3 Myrtle Hall ( 4th floor )
DDA Guest Lecture Series Spring 2024 Pratt Institute‘s Department of Digital Arts will present lectures by five guests as part of its spring 2024 Guest Lecture Series. All events are free and open to the public. Please RSVP. All lectures start at 12.45pm EST and take place at the DDA Lecture Room, 4E-3 Myrtle Hall ( 4th floor )
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Resist the Algorithm

BLAKE MARQUES CARRINGTON and BAHAREH KHOSHOOEE in Conversation

February 27 12pm - 1:30pm

Student Union

Please join us on Tuesday February 27 at 12pm for a conversation. 

Exploring how to RESIST THE ALGORITHM across practices and disciplines.
Resist the Algorithm BLAKE MARQUES CARRINGTON and BAHAREH KHOSHOOEE in Conversation February 27 12pm - 1:30pm Student Union Please join us on Tuesday February 27 at 12pm for a conversation. Exploring how to RESIST THE ALGORITHM across practices and disciplines.
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Interactive Arts (Art & Technology)

Crossing
by Claudia Tait

DDA Gallery, 4th floor, Myrtle Hall
Show dates: February 5th - 16th 2024

An exhibition of new works produced by Digital Arts Professor Claudia Tait of animation.
Interactive Arts (Art & Technology) Crossing by Claudia Tait DDA Gallery, 4th floor, Myrtle Hall Show dates: February 5th - 16th 2024 An exhibition of new works produced by Digital Arts Professor Claudia Tait of animation.
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The School of Liberal Arts and Sciences, the Department of Humanity and Media Studies, the Department of Math and Science, and the Office of International Affairs would like to invite Pratt students to a workshop facilitated by artist Joseph Morris, titled: Sound and Interactivity with Arduino, which will be held on Thursday, December 14th from 12 p.m. - 2 p.m. in ARC F-01.

All materials are provided and no experience is necessary!
The School of Liberal Arts and Sciences, the Department of Humanity and Media Studies, the Department of Math and Science, and the Office of International Affairs would like to invite Pratt students to a workshop facilitated by artist Joseph Morris, titled: Sound and Interactivity with Arduino, which will be held on Thursday, December 14th from 12 p.m. - 2 p.m. in ARC F-01. All materials are provided and no experience is necessary!
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