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    Massachusetts College of Art and Design
   
 
  Dec 12, 2017
 
 
    
Academic Catalog 2017-2018

MPSM345 Internet Culture & Technology 3 cr.


This course will explore topics related to
artists’ use of the Internet as a medium for
creative production and distribution. Lectures
and discussions will cover topics relevant to
artists’ work on the Web including: social media,
the free software movement, censorship, humor,
streaming media, Net Neutrality, tele- robotics,
programming and web- based multimedia. Techniques
for creating web content will be demonstrated
using commercial and free software. Some examples
will involve writing code, but no previous
programming experience is assumed. All students
will be required to create a website as a final
project and after being given options, they will
be free to choose methods and content most
appropriate for their own process in the creation
of work.

Hybrid Studio/Critique
All College Elective
Fall