209:Spring 2018-2019 Course Application

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STC209 will examine transformations between visuals, sound, structure, and movement. This course explores the notion of generative art, and investigates the parallels between design processes in engineering and the arts. Students will learn to work as artists and engineers, and will create ambitious open-ended design projects exploring these themes.

Taught by faculty from CST, COS, MUS, CEE along with visiting artists, and guest faculty from the Lewis Center for the Arts.

Read more about the course here... 

All students will engage with the same course content and be expected to complete the same assignments; however, students may elect to register for STC 209A (LA) or STC 209B (STL). Regardless of course number, students must attend class on Mondays and Wednesdays from 1:30pm – 4:20pm. Students will be required to attend two mandatory day-long field trips to Engineering and Arts studios off campus, details for which will be provided at the start of the semester.

Please note that prior coding experience is helpful but not essential. We will cover a condensed introduction to programming at the beginning of the course and introduce all necessary coding concepts as we go along. For those of you who are new to coding, we will provide additional resources to bring you up to speed. While some topics may be a refresher for some students, depending on your background, we expect that everyone will have plenty of opportunities to expand your understanding, gain new skills, and create original work exploring your interests

The faculty of STC/EGR/MUS 209 are excited to review your application for this course.  Please login using your Princeton University NetID to begin the application process.

For questions regarding the application, please contact Joseph Capizzi.

Please note:

  • Application live between December 5th-January 1st
  • Faculty review applications between January 1st-7th
  • Latest date students will be notified of decision: January 10
  • Students accept or deny admission to the course (January 22-26)