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Arts@Tech 2015-16 Season

Get your game on! The Arts@Tech 2015-16 season includes music, dance, theater, and spoken word performances – many of which feature community and campus engagement experiences and school-day matinees in addition to evening performances. The season will make connections to the different games we play, be they metaphorical connections or literal.

When Art Meets Tech

At the intersection of art and technology, Georgia Tech is home to both modern and interactive art. From the "Los Trompos" spinning top piece to the "Engineered Art" series, you will find interesting and inspiring pieces across the campus.

The GT Joy Campaign

What Brings You Joy? The Georgia Tech Joy Campaign was created to highlight the things, on campus and off, that give our students, staff and faculty joy. By stopping and taking a minute to remember what brings us joy, we can start focusing on what makes us happy and brings us together as a community.


  • GT Museum participates in Blue Star Museums program

  • The GT Piano Project

    Since the piano arrived on campus last August, it has been displayed, repaired, tuned and now painted so that it can provide some stress relief, fun, and fellowship for students during their end-of-semester reading days.

    We hope you'll join us on Tech Walkway in the coming days:

    Thursday 4/21(11am-2pm) - stop by around noon and you *may* see a couple of Earl Klugh's band members drop by to tickle the ivories!

    Monday 4/25-Wed 4/27(11am-2pm) - Stress-less piano will be out on Tech Walkway during reading days to provide relaxation and an outlet for the intense stress of the end of the semester. Passers by can play, listen or color the piano with sidewalk chalk!

    Wed 4/27 (4pm) - we will wrap up reading days with an outdoor concert on the Stress-Less piano

    The GT Piano Project started with an idea of placing a piano in an an accessible location and adding a second element of interactivity so that piano players and non players alike could enjoy the piece. Several students took on the task of painting the piano in a chalk-board-like paint and placing a static design over the paint that student can color in with chalk. 

  • Head to Succeed Founding Editor of Prestigious Atlanta Review

    Georgia Tech’s Karen Head has been named editor of the world renowned poetry journal, Atlanta Review. Head inherits the mantle for the 22-year old publication from founding editor, Dan Veach. Georgia Tech’s JC Reilly will serve as associate editor.

Upcoming Events

Monday May 2

Office of the Arts Season Announcement

5:30 pm

(Ferst Center for the Arts)

Friday May 20

DramaTech presents A-Town Throw Down

7:00 am to 5:00 pm

(DramaTech Theatre, Back Corner of Ferst Center for the Arts)

Monday May 23


7:30 pm

(The Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia (MOCA GA), Atlanta, GA)