Alumni (l to r) Aaron Dennis (Screen Arts), Matt Oberg (Theatre), Lee Stobby (Comm Studies), Lisa Biggs (Music), and Mitchell Akselrad (Screen Arts) spoke about their experiences at the UM Creative Careers in Entertainment Network Night.
Faculty member Terri Sarris (r) and her band "Little Bang Theory" perform for silent film The Mascot.
SAC students Nicole Lagore and Maryam Squillace talk to a prospective student at the LSA Major/Minor Expo Wednesday, March 20, at the Michigan Union.
New SAC majors proudly display their t-shirts at the Fall Concentration Mixer.
Student Gramm Liu claps the slate, which identifies the scene, take number, producer, director, and the date of the shoot in Mark Cendrowski's TV Writing workshop.
Writer/producer Will Reiser (r) visits Jim Burnstein's SAC 366 class.
The Undergraduate Concentration in Screen Arts & Cultures is an Integrated Major in Screen Studies and Production.
The primary goal of the Department of Screen Arts & Cultures is to provide students with high quality instruction in the history, theory, aesthetics, and technique of moving image media in its historical and emergent forms. We also believe that a significant element of creative practice in the field, broadly conceived, is extremely important both to students' understanding of media and to making their knowledge marketable post-graduation.
The Screen Arts & Cultures major intertwines studies and production, with studies occupying approximately two-thirds of a student's coursework and one-third devoted to creative, hands-on projects. We regard our department as uniquely situated to help SAC students explore the intersection of intellectual study and creative practice in the arts. In contrast to the film school or art school model, our major offers a well-conceived integration of critical studies and creative production in moving image media within a large world-class university.
- Screen Arts & Cultures Concentration
- Concentration Requirements
- Declaring a SAC Major
- SAC Honors Program
- Screenwriting Subconcentration
- Global Studies Minor
- Course Descriptions
- Course Listings By Term
- Study Abroad & Transfer Credit
- Independent Study
- Awards & Grants
- Production Equipment Suggestions
- LSA Course Guide
- LSA Bulletin
- Guest Artists @ SAC
- Film & Video Student Association