From CU Boulder a BS in Technology, Arts and Media combines an engineering education with creative practice, making, hacking, experimentation, research and design.
If you know students who are both technically and creatively inclined but are shying away from single-track engineering programs, BS–TAM might be just the right mix. If so, please share the attached flyer, our website or this short video.
From ATLAS’ hacker lab/makerspace, research labs and creative studios, to our performance and production spaces, TAM students make up a lively, diverse and talented interdisciplinary community of technical enthusiasts who invent, design and create with gusto!
Examples of where this degree leads:
- 3D modeling
- Game design
- Mobile apps
- Virtual reality
- Graphic design
- Data visualization
- Motion graphics
- Interactive technologies
- Physical computing
- User experience
I have a Scholarship opportunity for you: Museum of Contemporary Art (MCA) is offering a “Failure Fair” Scholarship. If you’re willing to be or are a risk-taker, then you should check this out.
Check out American Musical and Dramatic Academy
Whether you’re taking in a Broadway musical or watching your favorite show of the fall television lineup, there’s a good chance you’ll see AMDA graduates performing. Along with countless roles in film and on TV, you’ll find more AMDA alumni on Broadway than almost any other performing arts college.
- See Brennyn Lark as Éponine in Broadway’s Les Misérables, a role she secured before she graduated.
- See alumnus Trai Byers featured in the Golden Globe-winning filmSelma, and now starring in Fox’s hit drama “Empire” as Andre Lyon.
What is AMDA?
Celebrating over 50 years as one of America’s premier conservatories for the performing arts, AMDA offers four-year Bachelor of Fine Arts degrees and intensive two-year Conservatory Professional Programs. AMDA combines rigorous, multi-disciplinary training with a strong academic curriculum to give students the knowledge and skills for success.
To learn more about AMDA’s BFA degrees and two-year Conservatory Programs, Click Here.
AMDA is currently holding national auditions for talented seniors and juniors. To learn about audition times and locations for your state, or learn more about ouradmissions process, Click Here.
Students come to our doors with a dream. With AMDA, those passions become careers celebrated by the world. If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to contact us at admissionsAMDA@amda.edu.
My lovely art students, here is an opportunity for you to get a scholarship to make art. It’s NOT a scholarship for college, but rather to fund your extra-curricular activities in the art world. It’s good for summer, after-school or enrichment programs.
LYNX National Arts and Media Camp is a two-week camp for high school students at the CU Denver campus. It will b e held from June 14th–26th. This summer we are offering programs in the following content areas: Music Industry (Singer/Songwriter, Music Business, Recording Arts, Performance/Ensembles), Digital Design, Digital Animation and 3D Graphics, Movie Production, and Photography
The camp classes and workshops will be taught by talented CU Denver faculty members and nationally recognized guest artists. You can find more information about the 2015 camp on our LYNX Camp website. We are also on Facebook and Twitter. The application for the 2015 Camp is now available on our website here and is due March 31st. Students are encouraged to apply early. The cost of the camp is $1,450 for local commuter students and $1,950 for residential students. All meals are included in the cost. Scholarships are available. Our goal is to make the camp accessible to all students including students from low-income families.