Virtual Events

Georgia Tech Arts created virtual events that are a free and available to the general public, such as Q&A's, workshops, and town hall discussions. Together, the participating Georgia Tech Arts Series artists, students, and alumni explore topics at the intersection of arts, technology, and innovation.

Patrick Dougherty: A Conversation About Sustainable and Regnerative Design
Recorded Thursday, January 14, 2020
Georgia Tech Arts' Facebook Page
Enjoy a conversation with artist Patrick Dougherty, recorded while he was on campus creating "Chip Off the Ole Block," a site-specific, woven sculpture commissioned for Georgia Tech's Eco-Commons, an 80-acre green space project. He was joined by Veronica Klucik, exhibitions manager at the Museum of Design Atlanta (MODA), and co-curator of the exhibition, "Learning from Nature: The Future of Design," in a conversation about sustainable and regenerative design.

TECHnically Creative: Georgia Tech Alumni and the Arts

In these 30-minute conversations with Yellow Jackets, learn how they have taken their degrees from Tech and employed them in creative industries like photography, fashion design, and VR.