We integrate the arts into the academic and research missions of the Institute.

By cultivating relationships with the colleges, schools, departments, and individual faculty and staff across campus, Georgia Tech Arts connects with the research, education, and scholarship that will play such an important role in all our futures. We aim to bring alive the connection of art, science, and technology both with the scientists engaged in their work, and the audiences who experience it.

Five video monitors on tall black legs arrayed against a green wall

Step the Brain Along a Path video installation in the Ferst Center lobby.

four ballet dancers on a dimly lit stage with an amorphous shape hung above them

Terminus Modern Ballet Theatre performing Step the Brain Along a Path.

Five casually dressed people sit in chairs in a row for a panel discussion

Post-performance talkback with the collaborating partners.

A vibrant example can be found in what Georgia Tech Arts and Terminus Modern Ballet Theatre dubbed the Neuroethics Grand Challenge. Along with acclaimed choreographer Troy Schumacher and internationally revered new media artist Sergio Mora-Diaz, Terminus explored neuroscience and the ethics of intervention with AI and other technologies. The resulting full-length ballet, Step the Brain Along a Path, was created in collaboration with a team of researchers led by Christopher Rozell, professor in the Georgia Tech School of Electrical & Computer Engineering and Karen Rommelfanger, president and founder of the Institute of Neuroethics Think and Do tank. The project then expanded to include a visual arts installation by Atlanta-based Kimberly Binns, who collaborated with Georgia Tech graduate students Abigail Paulson, BMED, Kyle Johnson, BMED, and Tim Min, Music Technology.

EVENTS

Past

The Spirit of Obon with Nobuko Miyamoto
Tue, Oct 3 2023
Wed, Oct 4 2023
Thu, Oct 5 2023
Fri, Oct 6 2023
Sat, Oct 7 2023
Tue, Oct 10 2023
Wed, Oct 11 2023
Thu, Oct 12 2023
Fri, Oct 13 2023
Sat, Oct 14 2023
Tue, Oct 17 2023
Wed, Oct 18 2023
Thu, Oct 19 2023
Fri, Oct 20 2023
Tue, Oct 24 2023
Wed, Oct 25 2023
Thu, Oct 26 2023
Learn from a hologram.
Packing and Unpacking: A Virtual Suitcase
Tue, Oct 3 2023
Wed, Oct 4 2023
Thu, Oct 5 2023
Fri, Oct 6 2023
Sat, Oct 7 2023
Tue, Oct 10 2023
Wed, Oct 11 2023
Thu, Oct 12 2023
Fri, Oct 13 2023
Sat, Oct 14 2023
Tue, Oct 17 2023
Wed, Oct 18 2023
Thu, Oct 19 2023
Fri, Oct 20 2023
Tue, Oct 24 2023
Wed, Oct 25 2023
Thu, Oct 26 2023
A virtual guided experience in collective memory.
Janice Mirikitani Poetry Machine
Tue, Oct 3 2023
Wed, Oct 4 2023
Thu, Oct 5 2023
Fri, Oct 6 2023
Sat, Oct 7 2023
Tue, Oct 10 2023
Wed, Oct 11 2023
Thu, Oct 12 2023
Fri, Oct 13 2023
Sat, Oct 14 2023
Tue, Oct 17 2023
Wed, Oct 18 2023
Thu, Oct 19 2023
Fri, Oct 20 2023
Tue, Oct 24 2023
Wed, Oct 25 2023
Thu, Oct 26 2023
An interactive wisdom-keeper poetry machine.
NI DO TO (Never Again): A Creative Reflection
Tue, Oct 3 2023
Wed, Oct 4 2023
Thu, Oct 5 2023
Fri, Oct 6 2023
Sat, Oct 7 2023
Tue, Oct 10 2023
Wed, Oct 11 2023
Thu, Oct 12 2023
Fri, Oct 13 2023
Tue, Oct 17 2023
Wed, Oct 18 2023
Thu, Oct 19 2023
Fri, Oct 20 2023
Sat, Oct 21 2023
Tue, Oct 24 2023
Wed, Oct 25 2023
Thu, Oct 26 2023
A space for contemplation and action.
Out of the Dust
Tue, Oct 3 2023
Wed, Oct 4 2023
Thu, Oct 5 2023
Fri, Oct 6 2023
Sat, Oct 7 2023
Tue, Oct 10 2023
Wed, Oct 11 2023
Thu, Oct 12 2023
Fri, Oct 13 2023
Sat, Oct 14 2023
Tue, Oct 17 2023
Wed, Oct 18 2023
Thu, Oct 19 2023
Fri, Oct 20 2023
Tue, Oct 24 2023
Wed, Oct 25 2023
Thu, Oct 26 2023
A dance film that gives voice to the ghosts of Manzanar Detention Camp.
Photorythms: a Computational Art-based Inquiry of Portrait Photography
Wed, Mar 29 2023
Thu, Mar 30 2023
Fri, Mar 31 2023
Sat, Apr 1 2023
Sun, Apr 2 2023
Mon, Apr 3 2023
Tue, Apr 4 2023
Wed, Apr 5 2023
Thu, Apr 6 2023
Fri, Apr 7 2023
Sat, Apr 8 2023
Sun, Apr 9 2023
Mon, Apr 10 2023
Tue, Apr 11 2023
Wed, Apr 12 2023
Thu, Apr 13 2023
Fri, Apr 14 2023
Sat, Apr 15 2023
Sun, Apr 16 2023
Mon, Apr 17 2023
Tue, Apr 18 2023
Wed, Apr 19 2023
Thu, Apr 20 2023
Fri, Apr 21 2023
Have your photo portrait created through coding!
Tech Arts Festival 2023
Mon, Mar 27 2023 - Fri, Apr 21 2023
Enjoy some creative fun at the intersection of art and technology!
Strive for Open Science: A Data Visualization Competition
Mon, Mar 27 2023
Tue, Mar 28 2023
Wed, Mar 29 2023
Thu, Mar 30 2023
Fri, Mar 31 2023
Sat, Apr 1 2023
Sun, Apr 2 2023
Mon, Apr 3 2023
Tue, Apr 4 2023
Wed, Apr 5 2023
Thu, Apr 6 2023
Fri, Apr 7 2023
Sat, Apr 8 2023
Sun, Apr 9 2023
Mon, Apr 10 2023
Tue, Apr 11 2023
Wed, Apr 12 2023
Thu, Apr 13 2023
Fri, Apr 14 2023
Sat, Apr 15 2023
Sun, Apr 16 2023
Mon, Apr 17 2023
Tue, Apr 18 2023
Wed, Apr 19 2023
Thu, Apr 20 2023
Fri, Apr 21 2023
A month-long competition for Georgia Tech students.
Tech Arts Festival Block Party
Fri, Apr 21 2023
Wrap up the Tech Arts Festival with food, dancing, music, and more!