BA Digital Society student launches ‘Digital Arts Lab’

With a grant from the University Fund Limburg/SWOL, BA Digital Society student Marjorie Platero Martinez launched the ‘Digital Arts Lab’, a website accessible for all UM students and staff to get creative with online arts.

Marjorie explains that “the Digital Arts Lab is a student-run website that is divided into three primary spaces: Learn, Create and Showcase. Each space offers links to online resources, including tutorials about online art and how to create your own artworks.”

This does not mean that you need to be an artist to use this website: “you can also just use it to take notes in a creative way, create mind maps, draw pictures to remember and recall information, or even just to sketch while taking a break from studying or working,” Marjorie says.

The website really is accessible for the whole UM community. The Digital Arts Lab also is making digital technology accessible by loaning out Wacom tablets. For example, if you want to create art but do not have a tablet yet, you can borrow one from the Digital Arts Lab.

Want to know more? Visit the Digital Arts Lab website or read an interview with Marjorie on the UM website.

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