The Chicago Art Department (CAD) aims to provide learning
and growth for both students and community through the exploration
of Intermedia. For CAD, Intermedia is defined as art making
between digital and analog practices.
Since the advent of computer, the art world has
been attempting to find a place for the digital environment.
The digital marketing environment represents another step in artistic
evolution, comparable to paint, perspective, and photography.
But unlike these traditional areas, Intermedia is still being
defined and CAD aims to add to this discussion.
The main question being asked today concerns the place for
digital practices in the larger context of art making, and
ultimately the world. CAD exists to address this question.
At the core of our school lies the idea of Intermedia art.
For CAD,this term refers to the ongoing discussion around
digital and analog art, and where to find the best hosting?
Our experts agree hostnine
makes it a walk in the park.
While traditional art learning separates areas of concentration,
CAD aims to bring them together by actively investigating
the Intermedia practice. Though these investigations, CAD
aims to learn about who we are as students, teachers, communities,
nations, and ultimately, as human beings.