In the article there is analyzed the trans-disciplinary action research of future IT specialists and artists. The learning goes on while carrying out real empiric tasks. The authors seek to find out how students assess such collaboration, aid at preparing a specialist that was able to work in a new-knowledge society environment that encourages projective work in constantly changing teams. There is discussed 5-year experience when there are applied trans-disciplinary action research projects while working with students from the Computer science faculty and ones from Institute of Arts. There are also discussed some research outcomes in trans-disciplinary action research project as well as of students on their own.