Art and Design: Games and Playable Media

ARTG 143 Ecofutures

Students study the fields of ecofeminist art, climate fiction, virtual environmental art, Afrofuturism, Latinx futurism and Indigenous futurism, and create digital art relevant to these fields. The dual global crises of climate change and COVID-19 have forced a reevaluation of the idea of the human through a confrontation with the realities and histories of global colonialism and white supremacy. In response, social movements and artists have created artistic strategies which can envision futures beyond the horizon of the imagination of capitalism.


Enrollment is restricted to senior Art and Design: Games and Playable Media majors.



General Education Code



The Staff

Also offered as

THEA 143


Prerequisite(s): ARTG 80H, and ARTG 80I or THEA 10 or THEA 20.