STUDIO Receives NEA Grant to Support Artist Residencies

The Frank-Ratchye STUDIO for Creative Inquiry is honored to be one of 832 non-profit organizations nationwide to receive an NEA Art Works grant in 2012. The STUDIO’s $30,000 grant will support several artist residencies that …

Release of Maréorama Resurrected

The STUDIO is delighted to announce the release of “Maréorama Resurrected: An Illustrated Lecture” by media archeologist Erkki Huhtamo — our video documentation of Dr. Huhtamo’s poetic lecture-demonstration from the 2011 Art && Code 3D …

Listening Spaces

As part of the project Listening Spaces a symposium and workshop on 21st Century Perspectives on Music, Technology, and Culture was held on October 19th 2012 with talks by Larisa Mann, Trebor Scholz, and Jonathan Sterne, …


An exhibition of photographs inspired and informed by neuroscience, developed with support from the Center for the Neural Basis of Cognition, opened at the Mellon Institute on Thursday, May 3.

A Double-Exhibition of Interactive and Digitally Fabricated Arts

Students from Prof. Golan Levin’s “Interactive Art and Computational Design” class,  and from Prof. Ali Momeni’s “Digital Fabrication for the Arts” course, exhibit their final projects in this double-exhibition at the STUDIO.


The wats:ON? Festival Across the Arts returns for its 2012 edition, TRANSFORMER, coordinated by Pablo Garcia and Spike Wolff and held at the STUDIO.