TAM Workshops 2019!

Intro to Interactive Fiction Thurs 2/21 from 3:30-5:30 in ENVD 234

Learn more about the history and making of Interactive Fiction works, including tech tools (Twine and Inklewriter). Led by ATLAS senior instructor and TAM Director, Matt Bethancourt. RSVP

Intro to iOS App Dev Mon 2/25 from 5:30-7:00 in ATLS 104

A hands-on introduction to develop your first iOS app in Xcode using Swift. No experience necessary! Led by ATLAS senior instructor, Aileen Pierce. RSVP

Musical Instruments and ControllersWeds 3/6 from 5-7pm in the BTU Lab

Designing interfaces for musical control, including sound design and sensors and circuits.
Led by ATLAS adjunct lecturer Jiffer Harriman. RSVP

Intro to Android App Dev Mon 3/11 from 5:30-7:00 in ATLS 104

Create your first Android app in this hands on workshop introducing Android development in Android Studio using Java. Led by ATLAS senior instructor, Aileen Pierce. RSVP

Interactive Sound DesignWeds 3/13 from 5-7pm in the BTU Lab

Audio programming languages and tools, as well as robotic musical instruments.
Led by ATLAS adjunct lecturer Jiffer Harriman. RSVP

Sharing Your Work at Expo 2 session choices; pick 1

The ATLAS student showcase comes 4/25. How to Expo? A workshop to help you gain expertise and confidence to present your project, your skills and your professional identity. Led by ATLAS instructor and Expo curator, Annie Bruns.
Thurs 4/11 from 4:00-5:30 in ATLS 208: RSVP
Weds 4/17 from 2:00-3:30 in ATLS 208: RSVP

For other workshops/events you can visit here!

Design for Tomorrow

The ever-expanding landscape of the networked age requires new and adaptable skill sets.

The Technology, Arts and Media Program offers three undergraduate programs: a Bachelor of Science in Technology, Arts and Media (BSTAM), a Minor in Technology, Arts and Media (MTAM) and a Certificate in Design Technologies (CTAM). The philosophy of the TAM Program curriculum is to integrate creative production, critical thinking, and technical skills into each course. TAM teaches a diverse and robust skill-set that is not confined to specific disciplines such as graphic design or digital art. Instead, we challenge students to become aware of the multiple disciplines that relate to a given problem and to contextualize their work accordingly.

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.

TAM Student Tutors

Check the Tutoring Schedule to find one-on-one help to any of your design/technology questions.

TAM Info Sessions

Featuring small, project-based classes for technical and creative students, ATLAS's Technology, Arts & Media program offers the BS TAM engineering major, as well as the TAM minor, open to all CU students.

  • Thurs, 2/28 1-2 (ATLS 208)
  • Fri, 3/8 10-11 (ATLS 208)
  • Mon, 3/11 12-1 (ATLS 208)

Heliography Lab Hours

Bailey Miclette: Bailey.Miclette@colorado.edu
Mondays 12-3pm; Tuesdays 2-4pm or by appt (limited)

Foster Sicotte: Foster.Sicotte@colorado.edu
Wednesdays 3-6pm; Thursdays 3-5pm

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