Learn more about Jackson Gurdak (AET '23) and his animated short, "Time Passing Through."
Learn more about AET '22 graduate Hari Jeung and her animated music video for "Dynamite" by K-pop band BTS.
Learn more about AET '22 graduate Victor Do and his unconventional ghost hunter game, Ghost Hunter Hunter.
Learn more about Team Spacefrogs' original interactive narrative game, In My Shoes.
Learn more about AET '22 graduate Nat Briceno and their original video game, Automaton.
Learn more about AET '22 graduate Nada Aburayyan and her project, "Woodland Digital Pet."
Learn more about AET '22 graduate Alex Kong and his original video game, Qualified Immunity.
Learn more about AET '22 graduate Julia Nguyen and her original video game, Cosmic Cooking.
Learn more about AET Fall '22 graduate Jasper Murphy and his original 3D projection mapping project.
Learn more about AET '22 graduate De'sha Bass-McClellan and her original project, Lens of Empathy.
Evolution is a collaborative design laboratory facilitating interdisciplinary experimentation in dance performance. Concert and event lighting designers from the School of Design and Creative Technologies join with choreographers from the Department of Theatre and Dance and composers from the Butler School of Music and throughout the University to create short dance works for the concert stage.
Learn more about AET '22 graduate Jalen Hoyt and his original video game, Culling Streets.
Watch some of the highlights from Level UP, our first in-person showcase in 3 years! Presented in partnership with the Game Development and Design Program, a collaboration between the Departments of Arts and Entertainment Technologies, Computer Science, and Radio-Television-Film.
View the 2022 B.F.A. Design exhibition, "No Longer, Not Yet."
Ashwara Pillai, a B.F.A. Design Senior, won the inaugural Travis County “I Voted” sticker contest with a design featuring a bluebonnet in the shape of a checkmark. The new sticker, inspired by her own annual encounters with the Texas state flower while growing up in Austin, will be available at all Travis County voting locations for the November 8, 2022 election.
At the MIT Reality Hack 2022, Zane Giordano, University of Texas at Austin student from the School of Design and Creative Technologies, and his team were awarded Overall Gold for Best Project and Winner: Best Use of Microsoft Reality Toolkit (MRTK).
In Tyler Coleman’s Physical Games course, a new AET offering for Spring 2022, students receive grades for creating, playing, and testing their own games. And like any board game worth the effort of learning the rules, the goal of the class is to stimulate thinking and inspire social interaction while exposing students to the intricacies of game design.
Students from two Arts and Entertainment Technologies classes put theory into practice at the 2022 Bee Cave BuzzFest, a 3-day immersive music, tech, and art festival in Bee Cave, Texas.
View original work created by high school students during the 2021 Animation & Motion Summer Camp, a virtual offering that helps prepare students for college applications to creative studies.