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Concentration in

Digital Arts

The Digital Arts concentration offers students a broad technical foundation in the production of artwork made with the aid of the computer and software. Within this concentration, an emphasis is placed on software tools that enable students to experiment with a variety of outputs such as inkjet printing, digital video, 2D illustration, bookmaking, and 3D graphics and printing.


Students in the Digital Arts curriculum become responsible image and object makers through critical readings, active studio practice, and discussions of both artwork and ideas.  In this field, it is important to recognize and respond quickly to advancements in the field.  Introduction to core principles through industry standard software and output methods make it easy for students to scale these skills up or down for use in industrial applications or smaller scale projects.  Collaboration through both teams and output strategies make this concept concrete.

Studio Equipment and Facilities

Facility Access

  • 24/7 Studio Access


  • Mac Lab with Negative and Flatbed Scanners
  • 2 Epson Large Format Printers (Stylus Pro 9890 and SureColor 9000)
  • Creality 3D Printer
  • Vinyl Cutters


  • LED continuous light panels and heads
  • 300 ws strobes
  • Light and c-stands
  • Digital SLR Cameras for rent
  • Zoom Handy Recorders
  • Various mics
  • Gimbal, Shoulder Mount, and booms
Artist: Aiyana Harrington

What really makes GSW special is the people. Everyone I have met here so far has been nothing but kind and supportive towards everyone. GSW is a place where you know you feel safe and wanted.

Shon Martin Fine Arts Major, Digital Arts
Montezuma, Georgia