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James Gurney speaking at Pathways to Entrepreneurship

P2E: James Gurney

Artist and author James Gurney visited the School of Design and Creative Technologies to speak on "The New Art Economy: Living Off Your Dreams" at October's Pathways to Entrepreneurship event.

Design Class Visits Harry Ransom Center

Students from Associate Professor Carma Gorman's History of Graphic Design course visit the Harry Ransom Center. 

Fine Arts students learn about Pathways to Entrepreneurship at an Ice Cream Social. Photos by Jen Reel.

P2E Ice Cream Social

In September, while the weather was still hot, Jan Ryan and Jess Voigt  visited schools and departments throughout COFA meeting and greeting with students. They created an ice cream pop-up shop, and students asked questions about creative entrepreneurship and design and how COFA students can be a part of the creative economy. Photos by Jen Reel.

Adraint Bereal at computer

Adraint Bereal

Adraint Bereal is a 2019 B.F.A. in Design candidate who transferred from the UT Department of Government.

AET 360C: Entertainment Systems Design

AET 360C: Entertainment Systems Design

For this project in Matt Smith’s Entertainment Systems Design class, students were asked to create a short performance utilizing both projection and lighting. Students used QLab and a Hog 4 lighting console to program each performance. 

Ears, Eyes + Feet 2018

Ears, Eyes + Feet features projection design from AET students

In spring 2018, students in Sven Ortel & Matthew Smith’s class AET 329: Media Creation for Live Performance designed projection lighting for performances in Ears, Eyes + Feet. The annual performance of collaborative invention and experimentation showcases the talents of students and faculty from the Sarah and Ernest Butler School of Music, Department of Theatre and Dance and the Department of Arts and Entertainment Technologies.

Men’s Basketball Tip-Off Event Design from AET

Men’s Basketball Tip-Off Event Design from AET

In fall 2017, students in Sven Ortel’s AET 347: Projection Design, Matt Smith's AET 316 Foundations of PLAI as well as AET 360C Entertainment System’s Design created projection, lighting and artwork for the event introducing the UT Men’s Basketball team.

Jack Stamps in the LAITS recording studio

AET 304: Foundations of Arts and Entertainment Technologies

The Department of Arts and Entertainment Technologies (AET) has partnered with Liberal Arts Instructional Technology Services (LAITS) and Project 2021 to offer AET 304: Foundations of Arts and Entertainment Technologies as a simultaneous massive online course (SMOC), taught by AET Lecturer Jack Stamps. Photos by Jen Reel

student wearing a lampshade as a hat

VJ Battle 2017: Audiopixelcollider

Audiopixelcollider was the College of Fine Arts' first VJ Battle, a live performance by visual artists and lighting designers showcasing their VJing skills to original, student-produced music. This unique and immersive experience on Dec. 8 in the Brockett Theatre combined projection design, film editing and music. Created by the Department of Arts and Entertainment Technologies (AET) and the Department of Theatre and Dance student communities, the show included a featured performance by The Parts Unknown, aka Dax Norman and Bill Byrne. The event featured student work from AET 347, AET 360C, AET 362C and TD 388J. Audiopixelcollider was led by Master of Ceremonies, Dan Caffrey. Photos by Lawrence Peart.

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Clay Damron

Clay Damron is an Arts and Entertainment Technologies major with an emphasis in Game Development. 

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AET 348 Concert and Event Lighting

AET students in Matt Smith's Concert and Event Lighting class visited High End Systems' demo room this spring to display their end-of-semester projects. The added challenge? They had to draw songs out of a bowl and then create lighting effects in real time as the song played.

Lindsey thompson

Lindsey Thompson

Lindsey Thompson is a Computer Science major who is pursuing the Design Strategies certificate in our Bridging Disciplines program. 

Chris Skoog

Chris Skoog

Chris Skoog is an Arts and Entertainment Technologies major with an emphasis in Music and Sound. 

Shelby Magness

Shelby Magness

Shelby Magness is an Arts and Entertainment Technologies major with an emphasis in Music and Sound. 

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Caroline Rock

Caroline Rock is a Plan I Honors student pursuing the B.A. in Design, as well as a B.A. in Asian Cultures and Languages.