CyberARTS is an exciting multidisciplinary program that combines traditional Visual Arts with Communications Technology and Digital Media. Designed for students with an interest in multimedia and communication technology and a fine arts aptitude, students develop both artistic and academic skills.
CyberARTS collaborates with Humber College’s award-winning School of Media Studies and Information Technology and city-funded organizations such as Lakeshore Arts.
Each year students earn two credits – one in Visual Arts and one in Technology – for a total of eight credits and a CyberARTS certification upon graduation. The program offers industry standard knowledge and experiences in graphic design, multimedia, traditional and digital animation, industrial design, web design, photography and videography.
CNE Mural Project
. $500 prize for mural production and a permanent display of work at the CNE
Collaborates with LCI CyberARTS and Eventscape
- Year 4 CyberARTS students are chosen to help design a sculptural work that will be fabricated and installed on the school grounds.
- Year 3 students worked with guest artists to create posters concerning propaganda that were published in the Lakeshore Villager newspaper
- Year 2 students created t-shirt designs based on the Universal Declaration of Human Rights
- Year 1 students worked with local artists to create decal signs as installation art work
Year 2 and 4 students collaborated with staff from the ROM and African artist El Anatsui to create mixed media works that were exhibited at the ROM and published in a collection sold in their bookstore.
Ontario arts council guest artist
Year 1 and 4 students worked with Susan Stoppes to create pewter amulets. Funding provided by the Ontario Arts Council.
Year 2 tshirt design
Humber College Design Progam collabrates with year one and two CyberARTS students to create Skateboard Deck Designs.
Regional Rally Winners:
- 1st Place Challenge 2, Manufacturing Design
- 3rd Place Challenge 3, Service Tech Simulator
Global Finals in Tennessee
Year One CyberARTS team placed 14th overall and was the top Canadian school!
Year One team advanced to the Global Finals after winning third place overall
Year Three team winning third place in Service Tech Simulator challenge