As an Illustration major, you will work in your own studio space complete with a professional drafting table. While much of your work will be done by hand, your major also requires extensive technology use. So you'll have access to the Integrated Media Environment facilities, which include much more than just our state-of-the-art computer labs. You can check out the latest equipment for digital video, lighting, and sound. And your projects will look professionally produced with the help of a motion capture system, a green-screen Chroma Key studio area, two separate lighting and shooting spaces, and a sound recording studio.
CIA also houses the fabrication studios, a shared space, staffed and supervised by highly qualified technical specialists. Students from all courses of study are encouraged to use this space and do hands-on research with tools and materials. This communal environment gives students optimal means of making for their individual exploration and group projects.
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