Interdisciplinary Programs

Undergraduate Media, Art, and Performance Courses

Interdisciplinary courses enable you to study themes and ideas from multiple perspectives by working across traditional disciplines.

Broaden your horizons and enhance your knowledge through interdisciplinary courses, such as Indigenous Issues in the Arts, The Forensic Imagination, The Arts and Everyday Life, Introduction to Media, Arts Administration, and more.

Interdisciplinary Graduate Programs

Graduate programs in Interdisciplinary Studies in Media, Art, and Performance include a studies-based Master of Arts (MA) and a practice-based Master of Fine Arts (MFA).

In both programs, students are required to complete projects which integrate knowledge from two or three distinct traditional disciplines, one of which must be a Media, Art, and Performance discipline (media production and studies, music, theatre, and visual arts.)

In our programs, traditional skills and specializations are augmented and contextualized by a Media, Art, and Performance perspective and a cross-disciplinary approach. You can expand beyond established disciplinary boundaries to areas such as business, technology and science, social history, pedagogy, and consciousness and identity.

The programs are designed for students who want to pursue innovative projects in a rigorous, intellectual environment that is supported by a flexible framework of coursework and a network of research links to the university community.

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Call for Interest: Interdisciplinary Studies MA/MFA in Equitable, Diverse, and Inclusive Curation

Thank you for your interest in graduate studies in the Faculty of Media, Art, and Performance (MAP) at the University of Regina. MAP is an inspiring playground for the imagination, and the place Where Makers Meet. We are offering an exciting new experiential learning opportunity in our Interdisciplinary Studies Graduate Program: a new cohort initiative in Equitable, Diverse, and Inclusive Curation.

The University of Regina community and the City of Regina offer a vibrant, accomplished, and welcoming arts scene. This cohort initiative, Equitable, Diverse, and Inclusive Curation, offers you a unique opportunity to combine your degree with a 6-month professional work placement with the curators at the MacKenzie Art Gallery (MAG). This initiative is aimed at Master’s level students interested in how to “decolonize institutions through curatorial practices”, and thereby to better understand and practice fair and authentic representation, share knowledge, and frame just economies.

For complete information on the program and how to apply, please click here.