The campus community is invited to get creative and get engaged -- here's how!
Check out the menu to the right for a complete list of creative opportunities including the Clough Art Crawl, Faculty and Staff Art Exhibit, Academic Programs, and more.
Bookmark this page to keep up-to-date with the engagement activities that enable Tech students to step into the creative worlds of the Arts@Tech artists.
The Office of the Arts offers unique opportunities for the community to engage with the artists in the 2019-20 Arts@Tech performance series. These activities bring you closer to the performers and allow you to immerse yourself in all aspects of their work. Activities offered this year will include lecture/demonstrations, interactive workshops, pop-up performances, jam sessions, and more.
Stay tuned to this page and follow us on Facebook @ArtsAtTech to stay up-to-date as details are set and more activities announced.
Dökk by fuse* - A lecture/demonstration will explore the science, technology, and art behind the work.
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.
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.
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.
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.
All programs subject to change.