The program is supported by digital video and audio facilities. Although space and equipment are shared with upper-level undergraduate students, graduate students manage the video facility, which offers them the opportunity to learn the successful management of a multi-use, multi-format facility. Production is executed with mini-DV camcorders, digital audio recorders, and necessary peripherals. Post-production suites are equipped with Macintosh-based non-linear editing systems. Video projectors are available for presentations and exhibition. There are digital, multi-track audio studios, plus access to other Syracuse University facilities to complement production, post-production and exhibition activities.
The graduate art video program assumes candidates are highly motivated to produce challenging work and are capable of working in a tutorial environment.
Our graduates have typically continued in their field as video artists, independent producers, and faculty in other university video programs.
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