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Art Program

Digital Media Studies

Art/Digital Media Studies Major Handbook

2021/2022 Art/Digital Media Studies Major Handbook.  In this PDF you will find important information about the department, the curriculum, and news pertaining to the upcoming school year.  

Art/Digital Media Studies Sophomore Review

Sophomore Review  All Art/Digital Media Majors entering in to Tarleton as of Fall 2019 or after must participate and pass the Sophomore Review to be admitted into upper level courses. The goal of the Sophomore Portfolio Review is to assess and evaluate the acquired knowledge and skills of a student at the sophomore level within the Art and Digital Media Studies program at TSU. A successful Sophomore Review is required for continuation in the program.

Tarleton Arts Society

Since 2009, the Tarleton Arts Society is a student-run art club at Tarleton, promoting art and artistic knowledge while bringing people together in a coalition of talents and friendships. Activities range from fundraisers, mural paintings, field trips and workshops. All students are welcome to join. See the Tarleton Artist Society Facebook page for more info.

Tarleton Game Club

The Tarleton Game club is a student-run art club at Tarleton that meets weekly, usually in FA room 162. Tarleton Game Club is a club that promotes game design, games, game development and more for Tarleton students and staff. Each year the club hosts tournaments, LAN parties, designs their own games, and enters game design competitions.  See the Tarleton Game Club Facebook page and the Steam page for more info. 

Tarleton Art/Digital Media Links on Social Media

Art/Digital Media on Facebook

Art/Digital Media on Instagram

Fine Arts You Tube Channel

Tarleton Video/Animation Work on Youtube

Programs and Opportunities

Tarleton Art Society in front of the Guggenheim

Tarleton Art Society

Tarleton Art Society is a student-run organization that brings together like-minded individuals from various artistic disciplines to promote artistic knowledge. Each year there is a wide range of activities hosted by this organization, including fundraisers, mural painting, field trips, New York City visits, and workshops. For more information, contact Tim Harding, Faculty Advisor.

Tarleton Film Festival

Annual Film and Moving Image Festival

The Fine Arts/Digital Media Studies and Communication Studies Departments of Tarleton State University are proud to present a competitive student media festival, the 15th Annual Tarleton Student Film and Moving Media Festival, screening virtually starting on November 13 and running through November 15. Check out the work here.

 

Digital Motion Capture Lab

Digital Motion Capture Lab

The Digital Media Studies program includes a state-of-the-art Vicon Motion Capture System, as well as professional video and digital imaging studio equipment. Our facilities also feature 2D and 3D printers and scanners and other digital fabrication devices.

Visiting Artist Lectures and Workshops

Visiting Artist Lectures and Workshops

Every semester the Department of Fine Arts holds a number of visiting artist lectures and workshops featuring artists from the Dallas/Fort Worth area as well as nationally; here, artists visit and lecture about their experiences and work. Recent workshops included 19th-century process photography as well as advanced sculpture casting. Lectures are free and open to the public.

Student Work

Tarleton Game Club

The Tarleton Game club is a student-run art club at Tarleton that meets weekly, usually in FA room 162. Tarleton Game Club is a club that promotes game design, games, game development and more for Tarleton students and staff. Each year the club hosts tournaments, LAN parties, designs their own games, and enters game design competitions. See the Tarleton Game Club Facebook page and the Steam page for more info.