Digital Art

Welcome to the Digital Art Courses in Higher Education Institutions-Digarted project

Digarted aspires to:

Background of the Digarted project

Art educators must adapt to the digital changes affecting all economic sectors, including creative professions. They need to enhance their digital skills and ability to create innovative digital curricula. Art students should learn about digital art and the opportunities it presents for their future careers. These students will form the next workforce generation and must be prepared for changes due to digitalization. Art higher education institutions should offer modern, interdisciplinary programs. All institutions must align with broader societal and labor market needs. By integrating digital art courses into their curricula, art institutions can increase their visibility, strengthen their reputation, and attract both talent and funding.

The Partners


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