Below, you'll find courses that present interdisciplinary art/science/technology opportunities for UNT students. These classes are presented by iARTA faculty and resources to foster extended collaborations across the university.

Digital fabrication (the use of computer-controlled machines to create physical objects) is now easily accessible to individuals and is a rapidly growing field with tremendous entrepreneurial opportunities. Designed for non-art majors, primarily to instruct students in the processes of digital fabrication. Students are instructed on the basics of 2D and 3D object making and participate in group analysis of completed objects. Utilizes the traditional methods of the project-based studio course and adapts them to the online learning environment. By thoroughly documenting each project and uploading those images, students receive constructive criticism, both from the instructor as well as from their peer group.

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Advanced undergraduate and graduate students from Music, Visual Art, Dance, Film, Creative Writing and Media are encouraged to apply to the Spring Intermedia Performance Art course taught by Prof. David Stout (UNT College of Music and College of Visual Art & Design). The course is an immersive hands-on inter-departmental laboratory for the creation of collaborative intermedia performance & installation work(s). The course culminates in a large scale final project presented in and around the Merrill Ellis Intermedia Theatre (located in the UNT College of Music). This is one of the few opportunities to work intimately across disciplinary boundaries in the arts at UNT.

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