Fall 2018 Schedule Available

You can find the Fall 2018 courses right here!

Spring 2018 Workshop Series

Come to one of our workshops to learn, experiment, and get creative! To learn more, click on the RSVP link to read a description:

Databending: Glitches and Gifs - Chris Carruth, 3/21, 6 PM - 9 PM RSVPs Closed

Resume Clinic - Lisa Bethancourt, 3/22, 10 AM - 12 PM Book Appointment

The Fine Art Print - Kevin Hoth, 4/5, 6 PM - 9 PM RSVP

Storytelling through Media - Mitchell Wolfe, 4/12, 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM RSVP

Creative Coding - Arielle Hein, 4/13, 1 PM RSVP

We Want to Hang Up Your Work!

It’s ATLAS’ Spring 2018 Café, a call for entry for artwork within the ATLS building! Pieces will go up at the end of the month and will be on display until end of this semester. At present, we're calling for photography and illustration of work within the greater theme of "Spring". Think: "becoming", "youth", "growth", "equinox", "resurrection", "endings", "beginnings", "cycles", etc. Interpret this as you will, you artistes you!

Submit here!

TAM Information Sessions

Interested in TAM? Come find out more:

All sessions in ATLS 208

Wednesday, Mar. 21st from 12 - 1

Thursday, Apr. 19th from 12 - 1

TAM Student Tutor

Sam Leffler: Samuel.Leffler@Colorado.EDU
Need a hand with projects or filling in any gaps? Ask the TAM Student Tutor in ATLS 231! Hours for the Spring 2018 semester are:

  • Tues 1:00 - 3:00
  • Wed 1:30 - 4:30
  • Thurs 12:00 - 2:00

Heliography Lab Hours

Grace Wilson: Alexandra.Wilson@colorado.edu

  • Tues 2:30 - 5:30
  • Wed 1:00 - 3:00
  • Fri 1:00 - 3:00

ATLAS Building Hours

The ATLAS building is open to the public from 7:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. weekdays and during special events.

TAM Students have 24/7 BuffOne Card Access

Invent. Design. Create.

The Technology, Arts & Media Program is part of the ATLAS Institute on the University of Colorado at Boulder Campus. ATLAS is an innovative campus-wide initiative in education, research, creative work and outreach in which information and communication technology is the enabling force.

The Technology, Arts and Media Program offers several programs: a Bachelor of Science in Technology, Arts and Media (BSTAM), a Minor in Technology, Arts and Media (MTAM) and a Certificate in Technology, Arts & Media (CDM). Our programs are designed to teach students creative thinking, technical skills, and visual communication within creative studio-based environments.