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Supporting the development of interdisciplinary work.
Intermedia supports the development of interdisciplinary work through hybrid practices and emerging media embedded in conceptual inquiry. We explore ideas, traditional techniques, and emerging technologies. Our innovative courses emphasize new applications of media, theory and practice, broad cultural perspectives, and critical discourse. You design your own curriculum drawing both from the major as well as from other courses across majors in art and design.
Supported by faculty mentorship, your exploration extends beyond studio and academic coursework to include visiting artists and scholars, lectures, field trips, internships, off-site projects, service learning, and special projects. We create, invent, reclaim, and investigate in the context of contemporary culture.
I can honestly say that the experience of Thesis changed my life.
Lecture by Curator/Critic/ Art History Professor at UC Berkeley: Julia Bryan Wilson. She will talk about her 2017 book: Fray - Art and Textile Politics.
Alumna Sarah Farahat has been selected by a TriMet advisory committee from a large pool of applicants "to create a semi-permanent memorial to honor the victims and survivors of a deadly 2017 knife attack aboard a MAX train."
Congratulations to Intermedia alumnus Anthony Hudson who was awarded a $20,000 National Artist Fellowship through the Native Arts Cultures Foundation.