Martin teaches documentary and new media production and theory to graduate and undergrad students in the Integrated Media Arts MFA Program and the Film and Media Studies Department at Hunter College, City University of New York where he is the former director of the MFA program. He has has been closely involved with the development of curricula for both undergraduate and graduate programs, developing new courses including the innovative (and now required for all majors) undergraduate series Film & Media in a Digital Age, developed with support from a grant from the university. Other recent courses developed include a graduate course in Media, Policy and Human Rights in conjunction with the Roosevelt House Public Policy Institute of which he is a fellow, and a graduate Visual Culture Seminar. He has taught over a dozen different graduate and undergraduate courses at Hunter over the last ten years. His pedagogical approach links a critical interdisciplinarity with a solid focus on offering students in an arts context the theoretical and historical tools they will need to be innovative creators in the rapidly changing world of art and media making.

See: ima-mfa.hunter.cuny.edu

And fm.hunter.cuny.edu


For specific curricula of courses taught and developed please contact: martin@martinlucas.net