It’s hugely important to us that students not only learn creative skills, but also walk out of our courses with an excellent portfolio. That’s part of why much of our coursework is project-based. By the time you’re done with a course, you’ve already got a headstart on your own creative projects, or even some complete ones. It also means there’s a ton of great art to check out on the site. Because we love to brag about our students, here’s a look back at some of our featured student work from 2016.

Sound Production in Ableton Live for Musicians and Artists

Jeff Liang

Yasmine Heinel

Paul De Silva

Comics: Art in Relationship

Featured Student Work - Lyndsey Little

Lyndsey Little

Daryl Doyal

Daryl Doyal, Summertime South Pole

Laura Bearl

Laura Bearl

Loop: Repetition and Variation in Music

Sarah Bly

Introduction to Programming for the Visual Arts with p5.js

Jenny Guan

Jean Vouillon

Bob van Hoove

Graphic Design History: An Introduction

Edith Cherloaba Perspective

Edith Cherloaba, Perspective

Kaitlin Wiebe

Kaitlin Weibe, From F. T. Marinetti’s Manifesto of Futurism

Creative Applications of Deep Learning with TensorFlow

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Teru Watanabe


Michael Colton

David (Jhave) Johnston

Physics-Based Sound Synthesis for Games and Interactive Systems

Don Veca

Introduction to Graphic Illustration

Yunna Vradiy

Jason Kimble

by Anna Medvedeva

Anna Medvedeva, Too Colorful Journey

Introduction to Programming for Musicians and Digital Artists

Robert Pond

João Paquim

Anton Vasiliadis

Nature of Code

Student Work of the Month: May

Machiel Veltkamp

by Mischa Mischa

Mischa, Dragons

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Michael Kittenberger

Fashion Style Icons and Designing from Historical Elements

Cristiane Rodrigues Neves

Marie Joly A modern take on the Duchy Puff

Marie Joly, A modern take on the Duchy Puff

This is only a small sample of all of the student work we’ve featured this year. To check out the rest (and to learn more about these and more great artists), head to the Student Life page.