Abstract: We must enrich the “soul and sensitivity” of our students in the same way we develop their minds, by connecting the GT community to the world of art and expression. New industries have arisen in the 21st century as art and technology become more and more entwined – it is a new confluence between expression and technology. There are fundamentally complex problems that require invention and innovation to be solved, tapping into more than nuts and bolts technology. There are significant industrial sectors for employment and growth as well as entrepreneurial opportunities for wealth creation. And, there is the remarkable goal of advancing the ability of humanity to create, perform, disseminate, and experience new artistic forms and means of self-expression.
Jun. 3, 2013 — Students, faculty and staff taking their usual route across the Georgia Tech campus noticed something different this week: large-scale outdoor sculptures are popping up everywhere.
April 1, 2013—Fine arts isn’t something that most people associate with Georgia Tech. But a new annual festival aims to change that. On April 12 and 13, the Institute will host the TechArts Festival, a two-day event that will showcase the creative spirit at Tech through student and faculty projects.
June 25, 2012—As part of Georgia Tech’s strategic initiative to foster and support a campus culture where the arts can thrive, Provost and Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs Rafael L. Bras has announced the creation of an Office of the Arts and a faculty-led Council of the Arts.
April 25, 2012—Project co-chairs shared findings and recommendations for implementation during an all-day retreat in the Global Learning Center.
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Feb. 5, 2012—From a 3-D drawing experience that incorporates artificial intelligence to a competition that features cutting-edge musical instruments such as a partially edible toy piano, there will be something for every arts lover on campus the week of Feb. 13.
Nov. 16, 2011 — Dean Alan Balfour and the College of Architecture at Georgia Tech reopened the 60-year-old Stubbins Studio Gallery with the opening of “Digital Paintings,” an exhibition of work by artist and associate professor Harris Dimitropoulos.