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Shawn Brixey on Thu, 22 Dec 2005 17:39:48 +0100 (CET)

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Ph.D. Program in Digital Arts and Experimental Media

University of Washington


The Center for Digital Arts and Experimental Media (DXARTS) at the 
University of Washington in Seattle is seeking strong applications 
for its path-breaking generative arts Ph.D. program. DXARTS is an
autonomous degree granting Center in the College of Arts and Sciences 
at the UW. The new Ph.D. program embraces an expansive range of 
digital and experimental arts practice and research across multiple 
disciplines. Faculty and students in DXARTS work at the frontier
of established areas of experimental arts such as Digital Video, 
Physical Computing, Mechatronics, Computer Music, Sound Art, 
Computer Animation, Sensing and Control Systems, and Telematics, 
etc., as well as pursue innovative areas of arts research and creative 
contexts that have no media allegiance or historical precedent. Creative

work underway in DXARTS draws from all combinations of arts and 
sciences, and actively seeks the invention of completely new domains 
of arts practice.

The deadline for receipt of completed applications for the Ph.D. 
program is February 3rd, 2006, for Fall admission. Though DXARTS 
highly encourages applications from all interdisciplinary fields of 
experimental arts practice, special attention will be focused this 
application cycle to artists whose backgrounds include interests and 
strong skill sets in, computer programming, data acquistition, 3-D 
modeling, cnc machining, rapid prototyping, mechatronics, robotics and 
networked environments. International students should apply as soon 
as possible due to the extra administrative time needed to process 
these applications.

For more information about DXARTS including a complete description 
of the Ph.D. program, instructions for application, funding, and 
other particulars, see:


shawn brixey 
associate professor | associate director
center for digital arts and experimental media
207 raitt hall | university of washington 
box 353414 | seattle, washington 98195
shawnx {AT} u.washington.edu
vm. 206.616.1746   fx. 206.616.3346

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