Computer Art Major

    SUNY Oneonta’s computer art program covers a wide range of the digital realm, and courses continually evolve to incorporate the latest technological innovations as they pertain to art. Students receive a thorough understanding of how the computer can be used as an art tool, and courses cover topics such as 3D modeling and animation, digital photography, digital video, web design, graphic design and digital fine art.

    A portfolio review is not a requirement for acceptance into the art program. However, prospective computer art majors who wish to have their talent considered during the admissions process may submit a special talent application as a supplement to the regular application.  

    Our facilities—featured among the Ten Most Impressive Computer Labs in the Country by onlinecolleges.net — include three fully equipped digital studios with Macintosh computers on a high-speed network, projection systems, large format color printer, digital still and video cameras, scanners, a 3D printer and a wide variety of industry-standard software. All three labs are available for student use outside of class.

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    Nicole Klahn ‘16

    For Nicole Klahn, there’s nothing more satisfying than making a doodle come to life.

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    Art Department
    222 Fine Arts Center
    Tel: (607) 436-3717
    Fax: (607) 436-3715

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    Computer Art Major

    SUNY Oneonta’s computer art program covers a wide range of the digital realm, and courses continually evolve to incorporate the latest technological innovations as they pertain to art. Students receive a thorough understanding of how the computer can be used as an art tool, and courses cover topics such as 3D modeling and animation, digital photography, digital video, web design, graphic design and digital fine art.

    A portfolio review is not a requirement for acceptance into the art program. However, prospective computer art majors who wish to have their talent considered during the admissions process may submit a special talent application as a supplement to the regular application.  

    Our facilities—featured among the Ten Most Impressive Computer Labs in the Country by onlinecolleges.net — include three fully equipped digital studios with Macintosh computers on a high-speed network, projection systems, large format color printer, digital still and video cameras, scanners, a 3D printer and a wide variety of industry-standard software. All three labs are available for student use outside of class.

    Spotlight On


    Nicole Klahn ‘16

    For Nicole Klahn, there’s nothing more satisfying than making a doodle come to life.

    Read more


    Contact
    Art Department
    222 Fine Arts Center
    Tel: (607) 436-3717
    Fax: (607) 436-3715


    Computer Art Major

    SUNY Oneonta’s computer art program covers a wide range of the digital realm, and courses continually evolve to incorporate the latest technological innovations as they pertain to art. Students receive a thorough understanding of how the computer can be used as an art tool, and courses cover topics such as 3D modeling and animation, digital photography, digital video, web design, graphic design and digital fine art.

    A portfolio review is not a requirement for acceptance into the art program. However, prospective computer art majors who wish to have their talent considered during the admissions process may submit a special talent application as a supplement to the regular application.  

    Our facilities—featured among the Ten Most Impressive Computer Labs in the Country by onlinecolleges.net — include three fully equipped digital studios with Macintosh computers on a high-speed network, projection systems, large format color printer, digital still and video cameras, scanners, a 3D printer and a wide variety of industry-standard software. All three labs are available for student use outside of class.

    Spotlight On


    Nicole Klahn ‘16

    For Nicole Klahn, there’s nothing more satisfying than making a doodle come to life.

    Read more


    Contact
    Art Department
    222 Fine Arts Center
    Tel: (607) 436-3717
    Fax: (607) 436-3715

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