Technology has revolutionized nearly every aspect of life and every discipline of the Arts. Digital artists like James Cameron have scaled new heights of digital illusion-making – with Avatar – while retaining the art of storytelling. Allied sectors like video production, gaming, VFX, 3D, online media, etc. are burgeoning. But at the centre of all this is the individual – the artist, the designer, the creator.
While other art forms such as painting, sculpting, etc have a rich history of thousands of years, digital arts like photography, movie making, video game making, etc. are only products of the 20th century. At Universal, we believe the digital arts will shape the future of art in a big way and therefore, we produce today the people who produce tomorrow.
In an India-first, Universal has created a Digital Arts programme built around British Computer Society’s Digital Creator programme – a brilliant and exciting way to learn a great range of digital media skills. The programme has 5 units concentrated on creativity & 3 on sharing digital work.
A: Digital Audio
B: Digital Still Images
C: Moving Image Language
D: Digital Video
E: Storytelling with Animation
F: Sharing with Optical Media
G: Sharing on the Internet
H: Sharing using Multimedia Presentations