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Art & Media Studies

Art & Media Studies at Fulbright

The Art and Media Studies major is an interdisciplinary program that teaches students to combine theory and practice in their study and production of the arts. By emphasizing a theoretically rigorous and socially engaged approach to the examination of aesthetic expression, students learn how the arts serve as an important tool for inquiry into the human condition, and as a lever to transform the contemporary world. Students are also encouraged to integrate methods from a range of related disciplines (including computer sciences, economics, psychology, and anthropology) to historicize, analyze, and produce works of art in a variety of media. This approach equips future scholars and practitioners with the skills to critique and create works addressing social, cultural, and ethical issues on local and global levels. A common introductory course emphasizes the importance of studying visual culture as a key means of understanding the world in which we live. Other foundational, intermediate, and advanced courses lead, with increasingly specialized study, to deepening knowledge in one or more disciplinary or creative areas, such as art history and curating, film and media studies, and visual and performing arts. Course offerings draw widely from the creative energy of Vietnam, a growing cultural and artistic hub in Southeast Asia.

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Welcome to the Art & Media Studies major at Fulbright!

“As a former student of both studio art and art history, I strongly believe the transdisciplinary nature of the BA Art and Media Studies provides a unique, relevant, and even life-changing approach to studying the interconnected worlds of art, media, and visual culture. Students will discover exciting connections between theater and photography, cinema and video art, painting and performance, media studies and ethnography, and we encourage them to continue such explorations within the major curriculum and beyond. Given the liberal arts context in which Art and Media Studies is embedded, and the program’s approach to combining rigorous historical, theoretical, and practical study, we challenge our students to gain vital skills in thinking and making, whether the ultimate product is a work of academic writing, a series of paintings, a documentary film, or other ambitious creative project. As such, the broad perspective and versatility that the Art and Media Studies degree provides will enable our graduates to be innovators in Vietnam or to continue their studies in the most competitive programs abroad.”

Dr. Pamela Corey

For more information about the Art & Media Studies major, please contact our Major coordinator at pamela.corey@fulbright.edu.vn

Academic spotlight

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In her new book, “The City in Time: Contemporary Art and Urban Form in Vietnam and Cambodia”, Pamela Nguyen Corey, Assistant Professor in the Art and Media Studies Department at Fulbright, traces the urban environments of Ho Chi Minh City and Phnom Penh as dominant influences on artistic developments in those cities over the last two decades. See more
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Recently, world-renowned Vietnamese-born French film director and screenwriter, Tran Anh Hung, recently graced Fulbright University Vietnam with his presence as a guest lecturer. Within the Art and Media Studies curriculum, his major talk, titled “Thinking about Cinema”, drew a significant crowd of approximately 200 students and faculty lecturers, all eager to gain insights from his decades of experience in the global film industry. “Thinking about Cinema” by Tran Anh Hung — a gathering for film enthusiasts See more
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Director Trinh Dinh Le Minh’s schedule these days is truly packed. Along with his teaching duties at Fulbright, Le Minh is completing pre-production for his upcoming film project “Ngày xưa có một chuyện tình” (Once upon a love story) scheduled to start shooting this December. Trinh Dinh Le Minh – The director and teacher in search of creativity in the fabric of life See more
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On a balmy night in May, stealing a brief moment of respite in a quiet corner, Tam Nguyen was absorbing it all – the streaming influx of visitors; the whirring buzz of congratulations and conversations, friendly embraces and flower bouquets; the convivial clink of wine glasses. It was, after all, the opening night of “Illuminated Curiosities”, a group exhibition organized by the Nguyen Art Foundation across the campuses of EMASI Nam Long and EMASI Van Phuc. The show features 46 artworks by 26 artists, and Tam had served as its curatorial assistant. Tam Nguyen, Class of 2023, on his inspired journey to art and poetry at Fulbright See more
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Degree Requirements

A Bachelor of Arts in Art and Media Studies is awarded following the successful completion of:

General education:

  • 5 Core courses (20 credits) and 8 Exploratory courses (32 credits), of which up to two Exploratory courses (8 credits) can be counted towards the major.
  • Experiential Learning (4 – 12 credits).

Regular Major Requirements:

  • Introduction to Visual Studies (4 credits).
  • 3 foundational (100-level) courses, two of which must be chosen from: Introduction to Art History and Theory; Introduction to Film History and Theory; or Introduction to Photography History and Theory (12 credits).
  • 3 intermediate (200-level) courses (12 credits).
  • 3 advanced (300-level) courses (12 credits).
  • Capstone I OR an additional Art & Media Studies course at any level (4 credits).
  • Capstone II OR an additional Art & Media Studies course at 300-level (4 credits).

Sample Student Journey:

Year 1
  • Core Courses
  • Exploratory Courses
  • Introduction to Visual Studies*
  • Introduction to Film History & Theory*
Year 2
  • Core Courses
  • Exploratory Courses
  • Introduction to Art History and Theory
  • Foundational Course
  • Intermediate Course
Year 3
  • Experiential Learning
  • Intermediate Courses
  • Advanced Course
  • Electives
Year 4
  • Advanced Courses
  • Capstone I
  • Capstone II
  • Electives

Minor Requirements

The minor in Art and Media Studies provides a foundation in creative analytical inquiry and production through a selection of courses in visual and performing arts, art history and curating, film, photography, and media studies. The minor is ideal for students who seek to enrich their primary field of study by better understanding how image-making and artistic creation fuel our understanding and experience of the world. The Art and Media Studies minor is an ideal complement to majors focusing on design and technology, anthropology and cultural studies, economics and business, psychology and counselling, among others. The minor requires students to take a total of six courses: Introduction to Visual Studies; two Foundational (100-level) courses (one of which must be chosen from Introduction to Art History and Theory; Introduction to Film History and Theory; and Introduction to Photography History and Theory); two Intermediate (200-level) courses; and one Advanced (300-level) course.

Requirements for Declaring the Art and Media Studies Major and Minor

To formally declare Art and Media Studies as your major, you must complete Introduction to Visual Studies and two Foundational courses. To formally declare the Art and Media Studies minor, you must complete at least one course in the Art and Media Studies program.

Graduation with Honors Requirements

  • Student must complete Capstone I and Capstone II
  • The Capstone must be graded Honors

Sample course list

Introduction to Visual Studies: This course introduces students from a variety of backgrounds and interests to interdisciplinary approaches to visual studies, culture, and theory. The course focuses on building skills specific to the study of the visual realm and providing a sound foundation in relevant theories such as technologies of vision, surveillance, the gaze, agency, semiology, the exhibitionary order, and cinema and spectatorship. This skill set is crucial to analyzing, interpreting, and historicizing various forms of art, including the fine arts (such as painting and sculpture), and popular art and media (such as advertising, television, and social media). This introductory course is a prerequisite to all intermediate and advanced courses in the major.

Foundational (100-level) Courses:

Foundational courses provide students with a sound basis of knowledge in the history, theory, and practice of art, film, photography, and other media-based and performing arts. Assessments may comprise a combination of quizzes and tests, oral presentations, shorter pieces of written work or practice-based exercises, in combination with a larger individual or group project. In addition to a 100-level course of their choice, students must take two of the following options, for which Introduction to Visual Studies is a prerequisite:

  • Introduction to Art History and Theory
  • Introduction to Film History and Theory
  • Introduction to Photography History and Theory
  • Other Sample Introductory Courses:
  • Introduction to Video and Film Production
  • Introduction to Theater and Performance
  • Dance and Performance Production
  • 2D/3D Foundations
  • Basic Drawing

Intermediate (200-level) Courses:

Intermediate courses build on the foundational curriculum to strengthen students’ competencies across theory and practice. As they delve into more specific topical areas, they develop their skills in critical analysis and interpretation while gaining further technical aptitude needed for production-based creative work. Students begin to independently shape their directions of inquiry through written and practice-based coursework alongside diverse and more ambitious creative assessments, e.g., video essays, curatorial proposals. In these courses, students begin to narrow their areas of study.

  • Global Modern Art
  • Arts of Southeast Asia
  • Visualizing Vietnam
  • Issues in Contemporary Photography
  • Interdisciplinary Drawing
  • Uncanny, Alien, and Strange: Themes in East Asian Film and Media
  • Narrative
  • Principles of Acting
  • Digital Media Arts

Advanced (300-level) Courses:

Advanced courses are usually seminar-style, allowing for in-depth discussion of specialized historical and theoretical topics, and close instruction in more challenging levels of creative practice. Students take initiative in leading and structuring class discussion or in giving substantial oral presentations. Assessments include longer essays and more sophisticated artistic projects, e.g., a sound art installation, a short documentary film, or a small-scale exhibition. Advanced courses can also be independent studies co-designed by the student and their advisor. Students now demonstrate a stronger sense of self-direction and command of their chosen specialization within the Art and Media Studies curriculum.

  • Contemporary Asian Artists
  • Advanced Readings in Art Criticism and Theory
  • Gender and Sexuality in East Asian Film and Fiction
  • Curating in Context
  • Sound Art
  • Advanced Painting
  • Animation and Graphic Media in East Asia
  • Ethnographic Film: History, Theory, Practice
  • Documentary Filmmaking and Video Journalism
  • Capstone Project: The capstone is developed in close consultation with the student’s prospective primary project advisor. The Art and Media Studies capstone may take a variety of forms, such as a thesis, an exhibition project, an artwork, or a film. Practice-based projects may require a significant written component. Capstone projects should demonstrate the student’s specialization in their area of study as a culmination of their curriculum, but may also reflect the interdisciplinary and experimental spirit of the Art and Media Studies major.
  • Eligibility criteria for enrollment in Capstone I includes a minimum major GPA of 3.6 and approval of a successful application.
  • dropdown dot Introduction to Visual Studies

    Introduction to Visual Studies

    This course introduces students from a variety of backgrounds and interests to interdisciplinary approaches to visual studies, culture, and theory. The course focuses on building skills specific to the study of the visual realm and providing a sound foundation in relevant theories such as technologies of vision, surveillance, the gaze, agency, semiology, the exhibitionary order, and cinema and spectatorship. This skill set is crucial to analyzing, interpreting, and historicizing various forms of art, including the fine arts (such as painting and sculpture), and popular art and media (such as advertising, television, and social media). This introductory course is a prerequisite to all intermediate and advanced courses in the major.

  • dropdown dot Foundational Courses (3 required)

    Foundational Courses (100-level)

    • Introduction to Art History and Theory
    • Introduction to Film History and Theory
    • Introduction to Photography History and Theory

    Other Sample Introductory Courses:

    • Introduction to Video and Film Production
    • Introduction to Theater and Performance
    • Dance and Performance Production
    • 2D/3D Foundations
    • Basic Drawing
  • dropdown dot Intermediate Courses (3 required)

    Intermediate Courses (200-level)

    • Global Modern Art
    • Arts of Southeast Asia
    • Visualizing Vietnam
    • Issues in Contemporary Photography
    • Interdisciplinary Drawing
    • Uncanny, Alien, and Strange: Themes in East Asian Film and Media
    • Narrative
    • Principles of Acting
    • Digital Media Arts
  • dropdown dot Advanced Courses (3 required)

    Advanced Courses (300-level)

    • Contemporary Asian Artists
    • Advanced Readings in Art Criticism and Theory
    • Gender and Sexuality in East Asian Film and Fiction
    • Curating in Context
    • Sound Art
    • Advanced Painting
    • Animation and Graphic Media in East Asia
    • Ethnographic Film: History, Theory, Practice
    • Documentary Filmmaking and Video Journalism
  • dropdown dot Capstone I OR Arts & Media Studies Course (any level) (1 required)
  • dropdown dot Capstone II OR Arts & Media Studies Course(300-level) (1 required)

Meet our faculty

Our faculty combines global experience and local insight, driving our commitment to providing you with academic excellence.

Featured faculty

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Since I was a student, cinema has been a way for me to learn about and explore the world. It’s not an exaggeration for me to say that exposure to Chinese and Japanese-language cinema motivated me to study, live, and work abroad. With the support of my mentors and intellectual community, I made my way through and finished the doctoral program in East Asian Languages and Cultures at UC Berkeley. Since my training there, I’ve found that writing and researching about film and media have become ways for me to access histories of and ideas about cinema that have changed over time. The AMS and greater FUV community have provided a truly welcoming home and supportive space for me to continue these ideas in my research and teaching. When I joined in 2022, students and faculty generously questioned and pushed the boundaries of my work during an AMS seminar series (related to my book manuscript-in-progress on modern Chinese animation, visual culture, and popular science). With bountiful enthusiasm and intellectual curiosity, FUV students have performed tremendously in my courses, whether it’s research and group presentations, writing film analytical papers, or developing artistic and creative projects based on the films we have discussed and watched together.
Dr. Linda Chen Zhang, Faculty Member in Art and Media Studies See more

Meet our Fulbrighters

Come and learn how Fulbright has impacted the lives of our current students and graduates.

Featured student

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“During my application to Fulbright, when I was considering my major, I thought to myself: “I’m really interested in film, I’m curious about art, and I like to research stuff.” Therefore, Art & Media Studies seemed like the right choice for me at the time. And I’m glad that it still is. Although my primary interest is in film, I also want to expose myself to different art disciplines because it seems to me that they are always in dialogue with one another in a certain manner. For example, certain compositions and styles of brushwork in several paintings I studied in Introduction to Art History inform the way I composed photographs for my final project in another class. Even if I don’t follow through with a specific discipline within the major, I would come out of classes with particular skillsets applicable to my future endeavors. Another thing I like about the major is that one’s journey in Art & Media Studies can be personalized, as you get to handpick courses that help you aim towards one or a few concentrations in the major. They are taught by devoted and highly skilled professors from various disciplines such as film studies, studio arts, etc., with the expansive course catalogue spanning from courses rooted in theoretical and academic practices to practicum classes.”
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  • Hà Hoàng Khánh Linh
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Featured alumni

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“It took me quite a long time to finally major in Art and Media Studies (AMS) in the middle of junior year. I have always enjoyed studying art but had too many doubts about myself to jump into it in the first place. When I sort of struggled with my former major, it was the art community (faculty and fellow students) in AMS that offered me a safe, encouraging, and stimulating learning space. By means of cultivating new ways of seeing, I felt it very liberating to study art. Not to mention a vast array of courses expanding on different areas of art, the AMS major fosters academic rigor and lasting friendships which I cherish the most. My research on contemporary lacquer art completely left me in awe about the reciprocal relationship between entities, be it human and non-human factors. With that, I learnt to be humble as a human being. This journey is further fulfilled by the relationships I formed with fellow students. The projects we did together and the conversations we shared forged a big part of my experience as an AMS student at Fulbright.”
Nguyen Thi Hue, Class of 2023 Starting Fall 2023: MA candidate in Critical and Curatorial Studies of Contemporary Art, National Taipei University of Education Collapse

Faculty publications

Pamela Corey

The City in Time: Contemporary Art and Urban Form in Vietnam and Cambodia, Seattle: University of Washington Press

2023 “The Digital Voice as Postcolonial Proxy,” The Routledge Companion to Decolonizing Art History, eds. Tatiana Flores, Florencia San Martín, and Charlene Villaseñor Black. London; New York: Routledge, forthcoming.

2020 “Toward a Horizon of Un-Knowing: Aurality, Voice, and the Politics of Identification in the Art of Vong Phaophanit and Claire Oboussier.” In “Voice as Form,” eds. Wenny Teo and Pamela N. Corey, special issue, Oxford Art Journal 43, no. 2 (Summer): 221-38

Linda Zhang

“Technological and Athletic Splendor: The Formation of Color in the Socialist Sports Film in China” in Global Color: The Monopack Revolution at Midcentury, Rutgers University Press, edited by Sarah Street and Joshua Yumibe. Publication anticipated for 2023

“The animated worlds of Piercing I, iMirror, and RMB City: Decoding postsocialist reality through virtual spaces,” Journal of Chinese Cinemas, Vol 13 (2), 2019.

Tram Luong

2021 “Something in the Water: Towards a Symbolic History of Otherness in Chrouy Changvar, Cambodia.” In Zucker, Eve Monique, and Ben Kiernan, eds. Political Violence in Southeast Asia since 1945: Case Studies from Six Countries. 1st edition. Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon; New York, NY: Routledge.

2020 “Covid-19 Dispatches from Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.” Anthropology Now 12 (1): 45-49. https://doi.org/10.1080/19428200.2020.1761209

2021 “Breathless: On the Political Conditions of Breathing in the Time of Racialized Subjectivity.” Our Times – the Digital Journal of Times Museum. Volume 2.

Richard Streitmatter-Tran
SOLO EXHIBITION

A Material History of Man and Animal

Dia Projects, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, 2015
SOLO EXHIBITION

The Reconstruction

Bangkok University Gallery, Thailand, 2018
SOLO EXHIBITION

We No Longer See the Stars

De Sarthe Gallery, Hong Kong, 2020
Trinh Dinh Le Minh
FILM

The Scent of Fish Sauce

Writer/ Director, 2014
FILM

Goodbye Mother

Producer/ Director, 2019
FILM

Invisible Evidence

Director, 2020

Capstone projects

Class of 2023
Phan Thao Nguyen's Mekong Narratives
Nguyen Thanh Minh Tam
Localization as Art Practice: Emerging Collectives in Contemporary Vietnam
Nguyen Vo Bao Han
Social media-based Film Criticism in Vietnam: How Mass Audiences Speak up though the case of Cù Lao Xác Sống (2022)
Ninh Quynh Anh
Pixelated Potentials: Waiting for Green at the Intersection of Ecology, Materiality, and History in the Art of Võ Trân Châu
Le Huu Hoang Anh
Spirituality and Spectrality in Contemporary Art from Vietnam
Nguyen Ngoc Lien
The Participation of Contemporary Art in Social Issues: the Aesthetics of Protest in Chuyện của Thịnh
Nguyen Thi Da Ly
The Future of Cinema in a Market Oriented, Socialist Vietnam
Nguyen Do Nguyen
Lacquer Realism: Matter-Form-Meaning
Nguyen Thi Hue
The Influence of Film on Viewers' Thought and Behavior: Review Vietnam's Film Censorship Law and Guidelines for Filmmakers
Le Doan Phuong Nhi
Father's Fish Tank: A Lacquer Painting Series
Nguyen Lam Thao Tam
Issues in the Political Representation of Culture and Ethnic Heritage of Vietnamese Contemporary Fashion Photography
Phan Ngoc Lan Nhi

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