AMPD now offers Master of Arts (MA), Master of Science (MSc), and Doctor of Philosophy in the Graduate Program in Digital Media. Applications are open now for the Masters programs starting in the fall of 2018 with the PhD coming in 2019.
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AMPD celebrates the school’s top stories from 2017. From the Winters Awards to Indigenous Storytelling, read to see what our followers loved on social media.
From dusk till dawn on September 30, Toronto will be transformed with over 110 contemporary art projects by hundreds of artists from around the world. With so much to see and do, here is a short list of AMPD projects to capture your imagination.
If you’re eligible for OSAP, you may also be eligible for Work/Study. AMPD has 100 positions, plus there are hundreds more positions across campus, that you could apply for today and be earning money as soon as September.
In the hours before the AMPD convocation June 19, Winters hosted an awards ceremony, giving out almost $2000 in scholarships and prizes.
Computational Arts professors Don Sinclair and Doug Van Nort team up with NBS choreographer Shaun Amyot to create a work that integrates cutting-edge sensor technology generating sound and visuals from dancers' movements.
Innovative projects including games, virtual reality experiences, interactive physical objects and installations created by York's Digital Media students are on view at InterAccess.
Joel Ong has joined the Department of Computational Arts as assistant professor of Information Design and Data Visualization, and Randolph Peters has been appointed assistant professor of Composition and Sound Design for Cinema, Games and Motion Media in the Department of Music.