For information or assistance regarding the ACT Minor, contact:

Professor Nida Sinnokrot, Minor Advisor,
ACT Academic Associate, 

Minor in Art, Culture, and Technology

The HASS Minor in Art, Culture, and Technology is designed to explore the conjunction of art with culture, science, technology, and design, and to develop critical and production practices.

The minor consists of six subjects arranged into three levels of study and chosen as follows:

Tier 1

4.301 Introduction to Artistic Experimentation
4.302 Foundations in Art, Design and Spatial Practices

Select one of the following:

4.601 Introduction to Art History
4.602 Modern Art and Mass Culture
4.635 Early Modern Architecture and Art
4.636 Topics in European Medieval Architecture and Art
4.641 19th-Century Art: Painting in the Age of Steam
4.651 Art Since 1940
4.657 Design: The History of Making Things

Tier 2

Select two of the following:

4.320 Introduction to Sound Creations
4.322 Introduction to Three-Dimensional Art Work
4.341 Introduction to Photography and Related Media
4.354 Introduction to Video and Related Media

Tier 3

Select two of the following:

4.314 Advanced Workshop in Artistic Practice and Transdisciplinary Research
4.344 Advanced Photography and Related Media
4.352 Advanced Video and Related Media
4.356 Cinematic Migrations
4.361 Performance Art Workshop
4.368 Studio Seminar in Art and the Public Sphere
4.373 Advanced Projects in Art, Culture and Technology