Capstone

Capstone seminar a full year course in which students to conceptualize, research and create an independent project of their own choosing.

Capstone students and faculty gathering for a presentation

Capstone Studio I

The IMA Capstone Studio I is the first of two classes that give students the opportunity to research, design, make and test an individual interactive media project. Students will work independently (with faculty guidance) to research and write the first half of a Project Proposal which will include a Project Title, a Statement of Purpose and a Literature/Art review of work to contextualize their ideas. In addition to this, students will also develop a functional proof of concept of their final project that will be tested with participants and also presented to a group of peers and faculty.

Capstone Studio II

The IMA Capstone Studio II is the second of two classes that give students the opportunity to research, design, make and test an individual interactive media project. Students will work independently (with faculty guidance) to research and write the final half of a Project Proposal which will include a Project Description, a Project Significance and an overview of the Design and Production process. In addition to this, students will build on their existing projects from Capstone Studio One to further develop their work into a final project that will be tested with participants and presented to a group of peers and faculty.