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Film/Video students create works that move beyond traditional video and filmmaking, including gallery installations, multi-screen narratives, and experimental and documentary shorts.
The program’s small class sizes facilitate interaction between students and faculty, while course content includes direct manipulation of media, web performance projects, and real-time video effects.
Students are challenged to create new forms of viewing experiences, whether personal, political, conceptual, abstract, visceral, and visionary—or something else entirely.
The two-year (60 credit) MFA: Media Arts (Film/Video) program draws students into a highly personalized and intense environment. They develop an informed perspective on film/video that is at once individual, political, conceptual, abstract, visceral, and visionary—along with the advanced skills in video and film production to make their perspective and vision a reality.