- News & Events
- Staff & faculty resources
Fall 2020 Project Showcase
- Late Nights: Graphic Novel Project
- I'm at Soup (Kinetic Typography)
- That's MY Pen!
- My Hopes and Dreams Entering Adulthood
- Safe Islands: A design solution to promote social distancing
- Murdock From Paragon (Steampunk Costume)
- GI Smart app
- The Cage
- Totems of Time
- The Arena 2
- Circuit Critter
- Fishing Joy
- Food Security
- Laundry Day Simulation
- Recognize, Reflect, and Unite
- A Cup of Coffee, Please
- ABM Vivacious
- Light After Death
- Moment Track
- Crimson Falcon
- ESSENTIAL: a COVID-19 Documentary
- Impossible Photography
- Witch's Brew
- Monster Under the Bed
- Frolicking Flower
- Brand Poster Design
- Secret Box from Secret Santa
- Coffee or Tea?
- The Grand Fishery
- Argon Chalice Redesign 1
- Argon Chalice Redesign 2
- Ventura Future Microsite
- La Petite Mort
News & Events
The School of Interactive Arts & Technology is part of a large, vibrant community at Simon Fraser University. Here you can stay up-to-date on our latest news, and learn about events and information sessions.
Celebrating International Day of Women and Girls in Science February 11, 2021
Featuring SIAT instructor Helmine Serban, a teacher of diverse subjects at SIAT including interactive systems, human-computer interaction, electric circuits, mobile computing, web design, and computational media.
SIAT researchers aim to improve communication of COVID-19 trends through 3D visualizations February 01, 2021
Professor Wolfgang Stuerzlinger and his colleagues have recently been named the recipients of an NSERC grant to research and develop better communication about COVID-19 trends through 3D visualization.
un/settled art installation centres Black womanhood at SFU’s Vancouver Campus January 29, 2021
un/settled, a photo-poetic piece at SFU's Belzberg Library by SIAT's Chantal Gibson and poet Otoniya J. Okot Bitek, aims to centre Blackness & celebrate Black thought and creativity.
SIAT film course adapts to the pandemic January 19, 2021
Professor Kate Hennessy and students in IAT 344 worked remotely to develop their video and documentary skills and create short films for inclusion in the Museum of Vancouver's award-winning museum exhibitions.