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
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. Audiopixelcollider was led by Master of Ceremonies, Dan Caffrey. Photos by Lawrence Peart.
Clay Damron is an Arts and Entertainment Technologies major with an emphasis in Game Development.
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 is a Computer Science major who is pursuing the Design Strategies certificate in our Bridging Disciplines program.
Chris Skoog is an Arts and Entertainment Technologies major with an emphasis in Music and Sound.
Shelby Magness is an Arts and Entertainment Technologies major with an emphasis in Music and Sound.
Caroline Rock is a Plan I honors student majoring in both Design and Asian Cultures and Languages.