Miss Lana Pericic

Miss Lana Pericic

Associate Lecturer

School of Art, Design and Architecture (Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Business)



Lana is a PhD candidate and an Associate Lecturer at the University of Plymouth teaching on the undergraduate course BA/BSc Digital Media Design. The role consists of delivering lectures and workshops across a variety of modules and providing tutorial sessions to help improve student’s work.
Her PhD research builds on previous experience gained during master’s studies. The topic is around building digital archives and exploring the relationship between digital photographs, family heritage and the environment. The idea is to gain this knowledge by working closely with the community, through workshops and collaborations with museums.


·         TEAL (Teaching Essentials for Associate Lecturers) 
·         October 2023 – present. PhD Digital Art & Technology, University of Plymouth
·         September 2022 – September 2023. MRes Digital Art and Technology, University of Plymouth 
·         September 2019 - August 2022. BA Digital Media Design, 1st Class Honours. University of Plymouth
Previous experience
·         Research Assistant, UoP: Far South West Immersive Cluster project & Digital National Marine Park project (member of the digital engagement team)
·         Teaching Assistant, UoP


Teaching interests

Lana's interdisciplinary practice focuses mainly on creative coding and creating interactive interfaces, but also includes working with Arduino, creating projection mapping and VR/AR projects. 
Module lead:
·         DAT443 Creative Coding (1st year students)
·         DAT505 Creative Coding module at one of i-DAT’s partner universities, Nanjing University of Arts, in Nanjing, China
Part of module team
·         DAT444 Digital Making module (1st year students) 
·         DAT551 Programming Audio Visual Experiences (2nd year students)
·         DAT553 Experimental Media Lab (2nd year students)
·         ADA600 Dissertation - supervision
·         DAT667/8 Final Year Project - supervision