• On the first floor of the Kennedy Center for Theatre and the Studio Arts, Assistant Professor of Digital Arts Anna Huff teaches the class of her dreams.

  • Assistant Professor of Digital Arts Anna Huff was recently awarded a 2022 Media Arts Assistance Fund (MAAF) for Artists grant to help fund the completion of a project titled “How We Touch the Light.”

  • The existential themes of love, death, and time were explored in the AI-scripted and human-performed musical production Channelers, an interdisciplinary art project funded by the Dietrich Inchworm Grant and headed by Assistant Professor of Digital Arts Anna Huff.

  • Mix a passion for technology and design with an interest in crypto, NFTs, blockchain, and the metaverse, and you have the ingredients for a personalized concentration that combines art and computer science and a Hamiltonian ready to help others understand it all.

  • Digital media interns working in Hamilton’s Communications and Marketing Office captured beautiful campus photos and snapshots of life on the Hill this past year.

  • Participants from 10 institutions will gather virtually from June 21 to 23 as Hamilton hosts the Liberal Arts Collaborative for Digital Innovation (LACOL) consortium-wide workshop “Play and Innovation.” LACOL partner colleges include Amherst, Bryn Mawr, Carleton, Davidson, Hamilton, Haverford, Swarthmore, Vassar, and Williams, along with Washington and Lee University.

  • Find out what Anna Huff Mercovich, new assistant professor of digital arts, has discovered after her first semester at Hamilton, and learn about the technology she’ll be exploring with students in next semester’s New Frontiers and Storytelling.

  • Within the first five minutes of our conversation, art major Luke Bernard ’21 admitted that he does not consider himself to be good at art. The creative aspect, he clarifies. He approaches art from a technical standpoint — he can’t paint or draw, but give him a topic and a camera, and he’ll be fine, he said.

  • At the end of my work day, I do what any college student would at the end of a warm, clear summer day: I take a walk, make dinner, and get started on homework. It’s true. I spend most evenings completing exercises for my online data science course, which Hamilton offers through the Liberal Arts Collaborative for Digital Innovation (LACOL). The course includes 11 Hamilton students and dozens more from other colleges, such as Swarthmore and Williams, and is taught by professors throughout the LACOL system.

  • The Sherman Fairchild Foundation has awarded a grant to Hamilton College for Immersive Experiences in Arts and Technology.

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