- About this minor
- The Digital Creativity minor enables students to study emerging digital platforms that are used in arts, media and design. Through the units, students undertake offerings in interactive storytelling, Internet media, electronic music, animation, filmmaking, AI art and extended reality (XR) applications. The program exposes students to the creative processes including ideation, planning and production, as well as designing and studying audience engagement. Students have the opportunity to equip and familiarize themselves with a variety of digital media tools and concepts. The minor emphasizes creative studio practice and critical and analytical approaches to content creation, which can be used in shaping our digital futures. For students taking a minor which shares units with their other unit sets (majors or minors): in order for minors to be recognised on academic and graduation documents, students may only have a maximum of one unit overlapping between their unit sets.
- Students are able to (1) discuss the focus of your creative work in relation to the broader field of film; (2) Apply a range of concepts and methods in conceptualizing, producing and disseminating digital arts; (3) Communicate information and ideas effectively in written, oral and creative modes; and (4) Apply creative and critical thinking on all the major stages of digital art production.
Key to availability of units:
- Semester 1
- Semester 2
- not available in 2024 – may be available in 2025 or 2026
Take all units (12 points):
|Digital Art and Object Making
|Electronic Music: Methods and Means
Level 2—take unit(s) to the value of 6 points:
|Animation and Video
|Electronic Music: Sampling and Synthesis
Level 3—take unit(s) to the value of 6 points:
|Advanced Film: Immersive Cinematic Experiences
|Music in Film, TV and Video Games