A Media Arts & Cultures might examine the development of modern art, the changing nature of television, contemporary practices in graphic design, the meaning of digital culture, how images communicate meaning, why social media is important, and much more.
If you have an academic Bachelor in the Humanities (history, journalism, communication studies, comparative literature), a solid background with a minimum of 30 credits is required in either art, film, television, digital media or (visual) cultural studies.
Due to its well-established network in Europe, Switzerland and Zurich (Zurich University, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, cultural and media networks in Zurich), the department functions as a major research institution for artists, (media-)authors, theorists, art critics, curators, and scholars in the arts and aesthetic theory in Europe.
This occurs in every subject in the Media Arts and Production major ( MAJ10021 ). Students attend relevant production workshops in the use of cameras and audio and related equipment, as well as video editing, sound editing and digital software and technology.