A position with an appropriate, approved agency or organization where a student may receive practical experience related to the objectives of the Arts, Media and Technology program. The intern observes and/or produces; work is supervised and evaluated, both by the agency and the AMT faculty. Work with Faculty Program Coordinator to get started.
Spring term only. Students will work directly with the Faculty Program Leads to consider Spring Capstone project and help determine internship or project selection. Contact your faculty by the end of Year 3 to begin to plan for 406 or 410.
The thesis operates as a culmination of the understanding of where the students’ work fits within contemporary culture. It allows students to put their work in context to others and ground their visual work with similar artists to better communicate to the appropriate audiences. The thesis work is closely tied to the work done in the Projects/Intern and WIC.