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The Arts involves programs of an abstract nature, and typically universities divide the schools of Arts from schools of Science. The benefits offered to the community by the arts are more creative and geared towards intellectual thinking.
Malta is a southern European country in the Mediterranean Sea 80 km south of Sicily and 333 km north of Libya. Malta covers just over 316 km², making it one of the world's smallest and most densely populated countries.
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Digitalisation has profoundly changed the way we create and interact with images and has posed a variety of technical, philosophic, organisational, practice-related and o
Course title: Master of Arts in Digital Arts
Course code: PMADGAFTR9
Level of qualification: Second Cycle
National Qualifications Framework level: Level 7
Duration: 3 Semesters
Mode of attendance: Full-time (by Research)
Total ECTS credits: 90
Coordinator: Vince Briffa
Delivered by: Faculty of Media and Knowledge Sciences
This programme of study is also offered on a part-time basis. Please consult the Registrar’s website for more information pertaining to courses offered by the University.
Digitalisation has profoundly changed the way we create and interact with images and has posed a variety of technical, philosophic, organisational, practice-related and other challenges that constantly impinge on users and producers of culture. Through the convergence of technologies, the employment of the digital medium as a tool for creative expression and communication has given rise to new paradigms within the fine arts, video, film, performance, games, design and online art fields. This phenomenon has also greatly changed the way we communicate individually and socially as well as affected heritage and cultural institutions, challenging their role in today’s society. Digitalisation has also enabled the emergence of new forms of authorship, thus broadening the concept of art and literature....