We combine do-it-yourself (DIY) aesthetics and cultural theory to explore the role that media technologies play in everyday life.
As a student majoring in media studies, you will locate yourself within the media landscape through critical writing, experimentation, and creative projects. Our approach to media is deeply grounded in ethnographic research.
Please note: Our program’s name has changed, effective fall 2017. It was formerly media, society, and the arts.
The $50,000 Creative Capital Grant funds their research on big data and artists of color.
Azia Rodriguez ’19 and Patrick Moore ’21 participated in hands-on service learning projects to rebuild Puerto Rico.
“More Personable, More Tangible”: Analog, Authenticity, and Accumulation in a Digital Age