NM 231 - UNC Asheville
Introductory Interactive Media
Dr. Victoria Bradbury

Course Info Docs

Course Calendar

View the course schedule to see due dates and expectations for what we will be doing in class and what you should be working outside of class.


Link to the course syllabus to view the class description, objectives and policies related to grading, student support and class conduct.

Links & Resources

This is a Google Doc that provides additional links and resources that add to the content for this class. Things like CSS color pickers, artists' and designers' websites, etc..





  • This lecture introduces you to the course theme and content by showing examples of what interactive media can be.

  • This lecture introduces you to the concept of The Internet as a physical infrastructure and how some new media artists have explored this topic.

  • Choose Your Own

    Twines and Web-based Narratives

    See examples of web-based interactive narratives.

  • This lecture introduces you to the Net.art movement and art historical concepts that led to artists creating works for a networked platform.

  • CSS:

    Floats & Positioning

    This lecture introduces you to key concepts that you need in order to structure divs in HTML & CSS. These concepts are fundamental to creating all projects from the Albers project and later.

  • This lecture presents artists working with the web as a platform, or as a concept, in the last 10 years.

  • This lecture introduces you to ASCII Art with research from "The Lost Ancestors of ASCII Art" By Alexis C. Madrigal and
    featuring artwork by A. Bill Miller

  • This lecture presents artists working with physical computing.

  • Follow
    In Class!


See Google Drive share folder for Demos after they are given in class.


Follow along with the course schedule for the reading dates, or read ahead.
Note: Some of the readings below are supplemental (not required) and there may be additional readings found on the Course Schedule.

Contact Dr. Bradbury