Get Creative

Georgia Tech Arts offers unique opportunities for the community to express their creativity and engage with local and international artists. Activities offered will include student, faculty, and staff art exhibitions; lecture/demonstrations; interactive workshops; pop-up performances; jam sessions; and more. 

Check out the box above on the right with links to the ACCelerate Festival, student organizations, the Faculty & Staff Art Exhibit, and more.

Scroll down to learn about current engagement activities with the artists in the 20-21 Georgia Tech Arts Series, and for opportunities to connect with other students. Come back often as new events are added!

You can also follow us on Facebook, Instagram (@ArtsAtTech) and Twitter (@artsatgt) for details and the latest information.

Write a Letter to Gabriel Kahane 

You are invited to join Georgia Tech Arts in creating meaningful, virtual connections with the artists who are partnering with us for the coming year of creative explorations. American composer and singer-songwriter Gabriel Kahane has written a letter, asking us to respond with our thoughts on technology, efficiency, and the sacrifices we're willing to make for convenience and access to information. Will you write back to Gabriel?

Take a Masterclass with Guitarist & Composer Kaki King

Renowned guitarist Kaki King joined us this past February for a week-long residency on campus. She wants to continue to stay in touch with Atlanta leading up to her Georgia Tech Arts performances in the future, so she’s releasing her masterclasses for free on Facebook and YouTube. Even if you’re not a musician, there’s so much to learn, and enjoy, from listening to her!

View the Clough Art Crawl

This biannual art exhibit enables all students to express themselves creatively. The installation is on display in the Clough Undergraduate Learning Commons and our new online gallery.  Take a look at what Georgia Tech students are painting, drawing, photographing, sculpting, writing, coding, and so much more!

 

*All programs subject to change.

 

Image from When Strings Connect: An Interactive Workshop with Kaki King presented by Georgia Tech Arts. Photo by Brian Wallenberg.