Design, Art and Technology

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Are you interested in the connection between Art, Design & Technology?

Then join Minerva Art Academy's DAT minor. Here students from all kinds of disciplines come together to create works that bring together art, design and technology. DAT minor delivers a module (30ECTS) in artistic technology research, which encourage semester 6 students. Students from all studies are welcome as a good mix of backgrounds gives a fertile ground to grow on.

Our world is driven by technological developments that spark societal change. Artists and designers critically reflect on and use these new technologies in their work. Interdisciplinary working conditions are becoming the norm especially in the fields of art, design and science. During DAT Minor you will learn technological and artistic skills necessary to support your project. In doing so, you will develop critical thinking towards our rapidly evolving technological landscape and the use of digital techniques.

Todays world is driven by technological developments that spark societal change. Artists, designers and technological driven people critically reflect on and use these new technologies in their work.

Interdisciplinary working conditions are becoming the norm. During DAT minor students will learn artistic and technological skills to create their project.  In doing so the student will develop critical thinking towards our rapidly evolving technological world.

What all DAT students share is that they share the urge 'to do stuff'. They have the ability to be open minded; connect different worlds create new realities. All in their own way.

What will you do?

DAT minor is organised in 5 different classes. It will start with a more technical period to learn techniques and skills, after that a time to play around with these skills and improve on them, then a concerting fase where you Devine and develop your own work. After that a few weeks of building. The last 4 weeks of the semester are fully dedicated to finalising projects. Depending on the developments during the minor a group or solo work wil be presented.

Coding & Electronics 5 EC
You will explore and experiment in a series of workshops with technologies such as programming, microcontrollers, data designing and robotics.

REAL 3D 5 EC
You will explore and experiment in a series of workshops with technologies such as computer aided design, 3d printing, lasercutting, CNC machining and additive manufacturing

3D & VR 5 EC
You will explore and experiment in a series of workshops with technologies such as e.g. video mapping, 360º video, cinema 4D, Unity 3D in combination with interactive and immersive presentation possibilities.

Theory 5 EC
You will gain historical insights into the changing relation between design, art, and technology; you will reflect on the philosophical debate that accompanies this relation in order to position yourself within it with your own thoughts and work.

Global Class & Image 10 EC
The thread though de minor. Personal development, projects, excursions, lectures and the making of image, Photo or Film are combined in this class.

For who?      

The minor is open for all third year students, from Hanze University of Applied Sciences and Minerva Art Academy, or other institutions. To take part in the minor you have to go through an intake procedure.

When?

Starts in September and/or February (min.10 students max. 20 students) DAT Minor takes up all of your time during this semester. Make sure you are able to commit.

How to be part of it?

Sign up for the get-together through Osiris (Hanze students), Kies-op-Maat (students for other Dutch universities of applied sciences) or an exchange-intake (exchange students, please apply through the application page 

Want to know more?

About the content, program and coaching of DAT minor? About the link between your study and this minor?

Then email Bob Verheijden r.m.c.verheijden@pl.hanze.nl

Get inspired? See our website academieminerva.nl or the videos below.

 


 


 

 

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