UNCA to Hold Multimedia Arts and Sciences
Juried Student Show
UNC Asheville will hold its first annual Multimedia Arts and Sciences
Juried Student Show from 5-8 p.m. Thursday, April 25, in UNCA’s Laurel
Forum, Karpen Hall. Students will compete in six categories: Web design,
interactive designs, two-dimensional animation, three-dimensional
animation, video and sound. The Show is free and open to the public.
Tony Brock, assistant professor at N.C. State University’s College of
Design, will serve as juror. Brock teaches undergraduate as well as
graduate courses, including a graduate course on "New Information
Environments." His work has been published in "The 20th Annual
100 Show, Typographics 3: Global Vision" and "Design Beyond
Design." Brock formerly served as a designer with Phillips Consumer
Electronics Corp. and Whittle Communications.
UNCA’s Multimedia Arts and Sciences program is an interdisciplinary
study of art, computer science, drama, mass communication and music. The
program’s mission is to educate students using current multimedia theory
as a springboard for effective communication in digital environments.
Based on a their choice of concentration, students develop a foundation in
two- and three-dimensional animation, video production, Web site
development, interactive design and sound recording.
For more information, call UNCA’s Multimedia Arts and Sciences
Department at 828/232-5027.
- Judi Rivers, Multimedia Arts and Sciences Dept., 828/232-5027
- Jill Yarnall, UNCA Public Information Assistant Director, 828/251-6526