The digital arts area of the School of Art allows students to explore the expressive and conceptual potential of digital-based projects ranging from print to physical computing. Digital arts students receive a foundation in digital imaging, time-based media (animation and video), along with other classes that examine advanced video, 3-D graphics and interactivity, both virtual and physical. From these classes, students gain an understanding of standard and emerging technologies related to the creation of digital-based projects.

The digital arts studio is equipped with 14 Macintosh workstations along with the latest software from Adobe, Apple, and Bias. These workstations are connected to 4 scanners, 3 medium-format Epson printers and a large-format Epson plotter. Digital cameras and digital video equipment are available on loan to students to create still and time-based imagery.

— Imaginary Landscape by Shannah Thacker (Class of 2010)