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Arts and Technology
Experimenting and innovating across the College arts community through courses, projects, workshops and public programming.
The Arts and Technology Initiative seeks to transform teaching and learning across the arts curriculum — music, theater, art, film, architecture, dance — and with other disciplines to prepare students for a rapidly changing, globally connected 21st-century world. In particular, the initiative seeks to elevate and sustain a powerful maker culture for interdisciplinary learning and innovation. A major activity and component of the initiative is the MEDIAL Project, which is supported by a generous grant from the Sherman Fairchild Foundation. The funds go toward the renovation and improvement of several art-making facilities, the acquisition of new equipment, and microgrants to support student experimentation through independent projects.
Student microgrants support small projects at the intersection of arts and technology.
Join faculty, staff and students to hear from some of the most influential voices working in the digital arts today.
Learn about new and revised courses that incorporate and utilize technology to foster discovery, innovation and artistic learning.
Explore the projects that students have undertaken — on their own, with other students, or with a faculty member.
Meet faculty and staff committed to curricular interdisciplinary learning, experimentation, research and collaboration in the world of arts and technology.
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