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School of Art + Design

With respect for the past and an eye towards the future, our students propose and create the physical and virtual pieces and places of our world.

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Why Study Art + Design at NJIT?

Our people, our projects, our outlook and attitude. Who we are, what we do, the way we do things and why. These are what set us apart and answer the two questions: why study art and design? And why study art and design at NJIT?

Creating is fun. We are a hard-working, innovative, and entrepreneurial group of project-oriented people who make things: virtual and physical. We create art for the love of beauty and we design beautiful objects and places because these are the things that enrich our lives and make a difference. Our students and faculty are an intelligent, articulate, and talented collection of individuals working collaboratively.

Taking advantage of our time and place within a research university in the 21st century, we embrace the use of technology and operate in an adaptable digital culture that will enable us to make a difference as the world continues to change.

Digital Design Studio II

HeeTae Bae’s “interactivity” project for Digital Design Studio II.

Video & Animation

Rachel Corres created “Redemption” for the Video & Animation class – a required second year course for Digital Design students.

Industrial Design

Industrial Design coordinator Jose Alcala’s talk entitled “10 Life Lessons” at the Think Pieces 2012 event at CoAD. With an introduction by Dean Urs Gauchat.

Think Pieces

Assistant Professor Tara Narahara’s talk entitled “Obsoleting Blueprints” at the Think Pieces 2012 event at CoAD.

Web 2.0 and Architecture

Assistant Professor Andrzej Zarzycki’s talk about Web 2.0 and architecture at the Think Pieces 2012 event at CoAD.

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