MediaArtHistories, Master of Arts - Danube University
The MediaArtHistories MA at Danube University is the only international Master of Arts program focusing on preparing art Researchers and professionals through a deep exploration of the diverse histories of Media Art, Science and Technology. The program is a two-year low residency, Either 90 or 120 ECTS Master's degree Offered in English. In addition to individual study and project work at your home location, students gather twice a year for two-week seminar with internationally Noted media artists and scholars. These intense and enriching sessions take place at Danube University or another European location relevant to the community of media art, : such as Linz, Austria, Berlin, Germany, and Riga, Latvia.
Since its beginnings in 2006, Danube University's program MAH has Offered its students both a deeper critical comprehension and a practical orientation Developments Regarding the most important of contemporary art, by building on its faculty network of renowned international theorists, artists, and curators. The connections are Formed and community did during the two-week modules are maintained with online networking and project collaboration Throughout the Year.
BRAIN TRUST - Faculty MediaArtHistories of the program have included: Erkki Huhtamo, Lev Manovich, Christiane PAUL, Roger MALINA, Jens Hauser, Jeffrey Shaw, Jussi Parikka, Sean CUBITT, Paul SERMON, Oliver GRAY, Christa SOMMERER, Edward Shanken, Frieder NAKE, Machiko Kusahara, Nat MULLER, Gunalan Nadarajan, Monika Fleischmann, Margit ROSES, Knowbotic Research, Andreas LONG, Christopher Salter, Darko Fritz, Irina Aristarkhova, and others.
CONTENT - Media Art History offers a basis for understanding the evolutionary history of audio-visual media, from historic examples: such as the magic lantern of the 17th century to the Panorama, Phantasmagoria, Film, and the art of recent algorithmic Decades. Key Approaches and methods from Image Science, Media Archaeology and the History of Science & Technology are explored in depth. Courses cover subjects: such as interactive, telematic, genetic and net art as well as of the most recent reflections on nano art, organic art, immersive installations, augmented reality, video games as art, and wearable technology. Special attention is givenName to examining archiving and preservation, cultural management practices and the theories did inform this interdisciplinary field, : such as digital gender theory and cybernetics.
DANUBE UNIVERSITY - located 70km from Vienna in the UNESCO world heritage Wachau region, Danube University is the only public university in Europe specializing specializing in advanced continuing education by offering low-residency degree programs for working professionals and life-long learners. The University's Center for Image Science is Housed in the Göttweig Monastery, a 14th century building remodeled to fit the needs of modern media arts research in singular surroundings.
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The MFA. If you're looking at the degree as a way to get published, then, no, it's not worth it. If you want to spend the time working with people who can help you develop your craft, then it's something to consider.
I'm halfway through my MFA at Vermont College of Fine Arts. I've been writing (and publishing) for the past 20+ years, but this past year of concentrated study has brought me to a new level in my craft--something I'm not sure I could have reached with self-study.
Some things you should know about any MFA program:
They are highly competitive
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Feb 11, 2009 by Loni S | Posted in Other - Visual Arts
I was thinking about getting a Master's Degree online in Graphic Design. I saw Master of Arts is 45 hrs. and Master of Fine Arts is 90 hrs. Is there a benefit of getting a Master of Arts Degree? Just wondering if it is impressive on a resume. Thanks!
The distinction between those two degrees really depends on the school. Look at the curriculum and see which one better matches your interests. Maybe the MA program focuses on the communications theory aspects of graphic …/> What do you mean by "45hrs" and "90hrs"? Is that for the whole program, total? I've gone to graduate school for graphic design and I spent 90hrs a week in school, classes, and studio. That's fishy.