The Media Arts Department at New Mexico Highlands University launched a new interactive cultural technology program this semester with students creating key multimedia elements for “Fashioning New Mexico,” one of the inaugural exhibits for the New Mexico History Museum.
The new 96,000-square foot museum will open May 24 in Santa Fe. It is being constructed behind the Palace of the Governors on Santa Fe’s Historic Plaza.
The new program is called the Program for Interactive Cultural Technology and is the only one of its kind in the state. It is designed to prepare students for careers as multimedia professionals in museums and other cultural institutions. PICT is a partnership between Highlands University and the New Mexico Department of Cultural Affairs.
***Program of Interactive Cultural Technology information booklet. Collaboration with Joe Weber & Andrew Wollner
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