You are passionate about your creative talents and they have taken you far. The University’s new Reva and David Logan Center for the Arts provides an unparalleled space for creative forces to work and come together in an academic or extracurricular setting. In line with this expansive vision, the School seeks both breadth and diversity in the design of its programmes. Our aim is to equip you with lifelong learning skills that will position you as a leader in the rapidly-evolving communication and media industries and help you remain competitive throughout your career. Attributes gained undertaking humanities-based studies at the School provide graduates with a wide range of internationally recognised career opportunities in research, government, teaching and industry.
BCAM Holiday Advisory Brunch: On Friday, December 23rd we will have our annual Advisory Holiday Brunch at school. You’ll gain crucial skills and problem solving strategies specific to the arts and media fields that will make you a more effective professional. You will have the opportunity to choose from a variety of courses that focus on the social, cultural, historical, and economic contexts of media. Media Arts and Studies is home to the Innovation Network for Entrepreneurial Thinking, or iNET – a cross-disciplinary academic program in leadership and entrepreneurship.
In addition, UCIJAM offers excellent workshops by professional artists, journalists, and media mavens, as well as fantastic networking opportunities such as treks” to New York City, London, and Los Angeles to visit firms, companies, and artistic hubs.
There are also a large number of choices in Bachelor of Arts undergraduate majors, including Literature, Linguistics, the combined Literature and Language Major, Journalism, Pacific Language Studies, Pacific Literature, Pacific Vernacular Language and Theatre Arts.
This course will explore the dynamics of different perspectives on the human and economic resources involved in the production, distribution and support of the arts and cultural products in Canada. In 2013, Salt Lake Community College rolled out the red carpet for its new state-of-the-industry Center for Arts and Media, serving about 9,000 students with 17 programs under one roof as part of the School of Arts and Communication. Cinema Art + Science and Interactive Arts & Media students work alongside a student production team from the Beijing Film Academy for a virtual and interactive documentary project connecting two great world cities: Chicago and Beijing. It is intended to service those students who have a real interest in managing in the arts and cultural sector. It may have taken Ken Walker 17 years to earn his Bachelor of Fine Arts from CU Denver, but he didn’t have to wait that long to become an artist.