Bachelor of Fine Arts (B.F.A.), Digital Art
Students pursuing the Bachelor of Fine Arts may specialize in digital art.
The Bachelor of Fine Arts: Digital Art Specialization (B.F.A. in Digital Art) provides students with the technical and conceptual tools to participate in a complex contemporary art world where the boundaries between disciplines of visual art, design, and technology are increasingly blurred. New students are listed with a 'B.F.A. Pending' degree status; students apply through a portfolio review in their Sophomore or Junior year to be fully admitted to the program.
The B.F.A. in Digital Art at University of West Florida is a visual and studio arts education. The coursework includes training in arts foundations and continues onto studies in new and emerging media forms such as Computer Aided Design (CAD), Digital Fabrication (e.g. 3D printing, milling technologies), Physical Computing (e.g. Electronics), Web Technology, and Programming. Art History courses are required as a strong complementary component of the program; these classes provide a broad awareness of the diverse aspects of past and present cultures in order for students to develop the capacity for effective communication and creative expression.
The B.F.A. in Digital Art degree program is a partner program with the Studio Art Specialization. While B.F.A. students in Digital Art or Studio Art focus in a specialization, they may take elective coursework from either area to strengthen technical skills and awareness in traditional and contemporary art.
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Courses and Current Course Catalog
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This student piece was featured as part of the Spring 2017 Pop-Up Exhibition. The digital project was featured on the side of the UWF Center for Fine and Performing Arts.
TAGGED 2017 Exhibition
This 3D digital print was featured as part of the TAGGED 2017 student exhibition, held in the The Art Gallery at UWF.
This digital art piece was featured in the 2017 Fractual student exhibition.
Pop Up Spring Exhibition, 2017
This projection was featured in the Spring 2017 Pop Up Exhibition and appeared on the side of the UWF Center for Fine and Performing Arts.