Above photo: 2014 Thom Carroll Photography
The Interactive & Motion Arts BFA program is designed for you if you are eager to pursue a career as a visual artists in the fields of animation, game art and mobile media design.
The major is for students who are curious self-learners and problem -solvers, have the desire to be part of a creative team or community, and thrive with the challenge of working within frameworks and prescribed limitations. It teaches a variety of industry-relevant knowledge including: hand and digital drawing, animation and storyboarding, development of 2D character design and 3D environments, history, theory, gaming strategies, proficiency in the use of art-making software and critical analysis of interactive culture.
Are you self-motivated, passionate in keeping up with the up-to-date and invested in being part of interative and social media communities? A tinkerer who enjoys figuring things out? A highly creative visual artist who embraces working collaboratively with other artists, designers and programmers? Then this major is perfect for you. Read more about the major.
News & Highlights
- Game Changer: Women Making Games - Three contemporary artists will share their experiences and provide inside perspectives of the video game and animation industry: March 4, 6 pm
- Read about first-year student Rory Mallach in This Week's Story: Incoming IMA Major has Grown Through Moore's Pre-College Programs.
- Moore College Creates Mobile Game Animation Major for Women on Huffington Post.
- Moore College of Art: women’s school launches game design major on Technically Philly.
- Women in tech can have it all – even an arts degree article from the Guardian.
Above classroom photos: 2015 Thom Carroll Photography