Yuliya Lanina is a multi-media artist who is currently teaching AET 102: “Gender, Race and Technology.” The course is designed to expand students' awareness of issues affecting women and minorities in the creative and technological fields, and she has invited guest speakers from around the world to meet with her students. We caught up with her recently to learn more about her AET course.
Center for Arts and Entertainment Technologies
New technology available in The Foundry is sparking creativity and expanding opportunity.
Artist Yael Kanarek discussed with The Daily Texan her week as The Foundry’s first artist-in-residence.
The Simulation and Game Applications (SAGA) Lab, an R&D initiative of the Center for Arts and Entertainment Technologies, is testing how crowdsourced data-gathering in mobile game apps can help obtain medical data that would be prohibitively expensive otherwise.
Students in the new Arts and Entertainment Technologies degree program have created an AET student council to connect students in the program with one another.
Studio Art student Jasmine Uy created this stop motion animation video for her AET 325 class, “2D Production Art,” with instructor Neal Daugherty. Below she explains her creative process on the project.
The College of Fine Arts at The University of Texas at Austin has partnered with the online learning platform Kadenze to offer the online course ”Foundations of Arts and Entertainment Technologies” this fall.
New Degree Options in UT’s College of Fine Arts Designed to Prepare Students for Jobs in Creative Economy
The College of Fine Arts at The University of Texas at Austin is adding two new undergraduate degrees: a new Bachelor of Science in Arts and Entertainment Technologies and a Bachelor of Arts in Design.
The University of Texas Libraries and the College of Fine Arts at The University of Texas at Austin are launching a new productivity space that will allow users to take ideas and turn them into reality. “The Foundry,” a new maker space set to open in the Fine Arts Library (FAL), will provide tools for pursuing creative impulses and ideas within a space where students can gather to create independently or collaboratively.
The Hearst Foundations have awarded a $200,000 grant to the Center for Arts and Entertainment Technologies in the College of Fine Arts and the Fine Arts Library at The University of Texas at Austin to help create a common makerspace — called the Foundry — where students can create 3-D objects, videos, apps and other creative projects in the digital arts.