The Georgia Tech community is invited to experience interactive art installations that were created by Atlanta- and California-based creative partners and feature collaborations with students, faculty, and staff from the School of Literature, Media, and Communication and the Robert C. Williams Museum of Papermaking.
Two Georgia Tech students recently returned from a creative residency in Puerto Rico, and they’ve got stories to tell and photos to share! For the project, arte_FITS x Georgia Tech Arts, Elizabeth Kelly (Industrial Design graduate student) and Danielle Sisson (Architecture undergraduate) were selected from more than 30 applicants to work with renowned sculptor, Luis Torruella, on the creation of an artwork to connect with the physical environment in Dorado Beach, Puerto Rico.
Georgia Tech Arts is proud to announce a partnership with the arte_FITS Foundation through a two-year, $100,000 private gift from Friedel & Carolina Stubbe. The partnership, known as arte_FITS x GT Arts, features two interconnected components: the arte_FITS Fellows program and the arte_FITS Ephemeral Art Fund. Both components will have a transformative impact on both Georgia Tech students and the work of artists in Puerto Rico and beyond.
Georgia Tech students, faculty, and staff have contributed to a number of new works of art, all on display in the Richards and Westbrook Galleries at the Ferst Center for the Arts.
The Ferst Center doors, facing the spacious Arts Plaza and the new John Lewis Student Center, are open Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-6 p.m. and Saturday noon-6 p.m. Students, faculty, staff, and the public are welcome to relax or study, meet up with friends or have a quiet moment, all surrounded by art installations created by their peers and Atlanta artists.
Georgia Tech Arts awarded major gift to launch arte_FITS x GT Arts and the arte_FITS Ephemeral Art Fund
December 5, 2022
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Georgia Tech Arts is proud to announce a partnership with the arte_FITS Foundation through a $275,000 private gift from Friedel & Carolina Stubbe. The partnership features two interconnected components: the arte_FITS x GT Arts program and the arte_FITS Ephemeral Art Fund. Both components will have a transformative impact on both Georgia Tech students and the work of artists in Puerto Rico and beyond.
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