Bachelor of Intermedia (BFA)

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Program Description

Bachelor of Fine Arts - Intermedia

The Intermedia program offers you opportunities to explore interdisciplinary practices, collaboration and research, and conceptual and social issues in a range of media arts including film, video, installation, performance, audio art, digital media, and photography.

Hybrid approaches to media arts will enable you to draw on your individual skills whether they extend across fine art, design, craft, or critical studies. With a studio focus, the program is driven by curiosity, exploration, interdisciplinarity, and conceptual development.


Graduates of NSCAD’s Intermedia program are successful studio artists working in the areas of film, video, electronics and robotics, sound, and installation. Others establish careers as gallery administrators, community educators, and arts writers. Many pursue graduate studies and become critics, curators, and college/university
professors.



Facilities


As an Intermedia student, you will have access to the technical staff and facilities of Photographic Services, the Multimedia centre and film, but may also access the Design Print Services, and wood and metal shops in the completion of your work.

Last updated Feb 2018

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About the School

One of Canada’s oldest independent cultural institutions, NSCAD University continues to be regarded as a principal centre for education and research in visual culture in North America. Part of our app ... Read More

One of Canada’s oldest independent cultural institutions, NSCAD University continues to be regarded as a principal centre for education and research in visual culture in North America. Part of our appeal is the ever-present relationship of the old to the new, and our convenient location in the heart of downtown Halifax’s waterfront district. Behind the Victorian facades of our main campus and the Academy Building – both open 24 hours a day, seven days a week – students create some of the most cutting-edge images and objects being made anywhere on the continent. After an experimental foundation year, students gradually focus in order to become specialists in some aspect of art, craft, design or historical and critical studies. They are educated to think critically, to balance academic issues with practical concerns in the studio, and to explore how the visual arts give meaning to both individual and community life. NSCAD University fosters close creative relationships among artists, designers, academics and the public, and takes on leadership responsibilities in the regional, national and international art communities. Our graduates go on to join the ranks of the most interesting and successful artists of their generations. As the university embraces the new century, it is building on the strengths of its history, maintaining and intensifying traditional arts and crafts while capitalizing on the many new technologies shaping the world and human interaction. A significant expansion currently underway will soon make NSCAD Canada’s largest centre for graduate programs in the visual arts.We believe the next phase of modernity in the visual arts has begun, and it is our full intention to play a role in its formation. Things are happening behind those Victorian facades.Our faculty, students and alumni are at the heart of the burgeoning industry of ideas, with discovery constantly at their fingertips. Read less
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