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Studio for Interrelated Media (SIM)
The Studio for Interrelated Media (SIM) undergraduate major is designed for student artists interested in a curriculum that supports idea-centered, interdisciplinary, and non-media speciﬁc artistic practice, alongside autonomous and collaborative working strategies and self-governance.
SIM majors work with experimental media, sound, light, motion, digital tools, live performance, public practice, interactive installations, event production, print and spoken word, and/or a combination thereof. Successful SIM Majors are self-disciplined, motivated to
action, and open to collaboration and civic engagement.
SIM: An Introduction
Video by Duncan Wilder Johnson ('99 BFA SIM/Photography)
Created in celebration of the SIM Department's 50th Anniversary, hear SIM Faculty, Alumni, and current students describe their experiences in the Studio for Interrelated Media over the years.