The Wall- Stills
Located outside of the Multimedia Lab, the Wall has come to represent
the best of what we have to offer.
With only 59 slots available, students who feel that their work belongs on the wall must challenge
a “reigning member”. All students from all Multimedia classes vote for their favorite. The winner goes on the wall.
If there is a tie then the “reigning member” remains.
As part of the voting process students have a class discussion (Critique*)
on why they choose a particular piece of art
and why they may agree or disagree with other classmates views.
If a piece remains on the wall for two years, beating all challenges,
it then becomes eligible for the Hall of Fame. The final decision is that of the instructor.
In keeping with a true learning environment, the wall is an optional experience. Only students who
want to participate do so. No student is pressured into competing.
*Critique is an accepted and established process of orderly scholarly and public debate, in the fine arts and the humanities. Critique can be based upon an informed and personal opinion. Informed opinion is accepted as being technical knowledge, personal or professional experience, or specified training.