‘Cyberarts’: Technology pushes art education forward

Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Art programs in schools are usually the first to be cut in times of budgetary constraints, but technological innovations have presented creative students with opportunities dubbed “cyberarts.”

Cyberarts encompasses an array of technological artistic pursuits, including photo- editing software such as Photoshop as well as music recording and editing technologies. Cyberart can make students more computer literate as well as spark their imaginations.

Many cyberartistic pursuits are skills that can be applied in the working world; many graphic designers, for instance, use Photoshop every day.

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