Get Creative

Kid Koala's Satellite Turntable Orchestra photo by AJ Korkidakis

The Office of the Arts offers unique opportunities for the community to express their creativity and engage with local and international artists. Activities offered this year 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 Clough Art Crawl, Faculty & Staff Art Exhibit, and more.

Scroll down to learn about the entire season's activities connected to the Georgia Tech Arts professional artist series: come back often as new events are added!

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Kinetic Light: DESCENT - Activities will include class/lab visits, pop up performances, and discussions around the topics of movement, mobility design, race, and LGBTQ issues.
Monday, November 18, 2019 - Friday, November 22, 2019

Disability, Arts, and Culture presentation by Alice Sheppard of Kinetic Light
Wednesday, November 20 at 5:30 p.m.
Ferst Center for the Arts

Space is limited: register now for your free ticket

Get an insider’s view of DESCENT with this seminar. Alice Sheppard shares some of her research findings and choreographic processes, as well as some of the secrets of how the piece came to be made. Learn more about conversations in disability art and aesthetics, the importance of race and queerness in DESCENT, and get the backstory about the ramp. Spot which of Auguste Rodin’s sculptures appear in the projections and in the movement vocabulary and learn about the work that went into Kinetic Light’s innovative approach to description for blind and nonvisual audiences with the collective’s groundbreaking new app, Audimance.

Learn more about the November 23 performance of DESCENT.

Kaki King: DATA NOT FOUND - This residency will primarily involve School of Music faculty and students. Activities will include class visits/jam sessions, meetings with faculty, and possible open tech rehearsals. Kaki King, Max Bernstein, and their team are looking to learn more about high tech in the areas of AI, wearable computing, VR/AR, motion capture and more.
Monday, February 10, 2020 - Friday, February 14, 2020

Kid Koala's Satellite  - A lecture/demonstration looking at the inspiration for the show, the customized equipment and the live visuals; participants will also run through a few tracks to see the turntables in action.
Thursday, February 13, 2020

Scrap Arts Music: Children of Metropolis - A hands-on illustrated talk about found sounds and the possibilities of creating musical instruments from recycled and salvaged materials.
Thursday, April 16, 2020

*All programs subject to change.

Photo credit: Kid Koala's Satellite Turntable Orchestra photo by AJ Korkidakis