About the Program:
Digital Arts and New Media is one of two interconnecting Media profiles in the Arts, Literature and Communications program. This is an exciting pre-university program which prepares students for a wide variety of university studies and careers. The program’s dynamic mix of theory and practice gives students a chance to sharpen their technical abilities, develop critical understanding of visual culture and develop personalized expressions of their creative voice.
What you will learn:
Students will learn digital 2D design and 3D modelling along with the fundamentals of traditional artistic techniques. The courses are designed to develop communication skills and critical thinking through a variety of creative approaches that include studio-based arts: drawing, assemblage, sculpture and photography. CGI projects encompass aspects of 3D digital modeling and animation.
The focus of the courses taught in open studios and the digital lab is experiential learning. These courses are complemented by theoretical courses that foster critical thinking through subjects that vary from art history to the analysis of visual culture.
What you can expect after you graduate:
Graduates of Digital Arts and New Media are prepared for a wide variety of related art-based university programs such as computational arts, game design, animation, design, industrial design, art education, art history, theater design, as well as many other undergraduate programs including sociology, history and education. Join us and prepare to engage in exciting studies that will open doors to a world of possibilities.
March 1st for the Fall Semester
Minimum Admissions Requirement:
Quebec Secondary School Diploma or a level of education that is deemed equivalent by the College.