The program pulls in courses from several disciplines—including art, music technology, rhetoric, photography, film and computer science—to give you a broad base while allowing you to pursue your own interests as you discover your own interests within the field.
Transylvania has all the latest tools you’ll need to create cutting-edge works of digital art and media, from video and audio editing equipment to 3D printers and programming software. The Digital Art Lab is fully equipped with a music studio and computers with programs widely used in the industry.
You will also have opportunities to present your work in a variety of ways, including the Morlan Gallery, the Studio 300 Digital Art and Music Festival, student recitals and through exhibits in and around Lexington. This is a hands-on, creative program that allows you to build your portfolio and prepare yourself for a career in digital media.