STC 209 examines “transformations” within and between visuals, sound, structure and movement as art and engineering forms. The course explores generative art and design that leverages parallels and interplay between design processes in engineering and the arts. Students will learn to work as artist-engineers, and will create ambitious open-ended design projects exploring these themes.
STC 209 is taught by faculty from CST, CEE, COS, MAE, MUS, along with visiting artists, and guest faculty from the Lewis Center for the Arts.
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 (SEL).
Regardless of course numbers, students must attend class on Mondays and Wednesdays from 1:30-4:20pm.
The spirit of this application is to encourage the participation, and collaboration, of students from across the divisions (Humanities, Social Sciences, Natural Sciences, Engineering) and with possibly very different prior experience and/or skill in art making and appreciation, computer programming, and engineering design.
The faculty of STC/EGR/MUS 209 are excited to review your application for this course.
Applications can be submitted from December 1st to December 17th
- Students will be notified of the course faculty decision by December 21st
- Students should accept or decline admission to the course by January 8th.
For questions regarding the application, please contact Joe Capizzi.