wats:ON? – NOISE

The Jill Watson Festival Across the Arts returns to the College of Fine Arts at Carnegie Mellon University, 04-06 April 2013. This year’s festival, themed around “noise”, features lectures, performances and workshops by renowned presenters. …

Aaron Koblin: Data for Storytelling and Art

Aaron Koblin, renowned new-media artist and Director of the Data Arts Team at Google’s Creative Lab, will present a lecture at the CMU College of Fine Arts on Wednesday, April 10. The lecture begins at …

[En]Coding Architecture 2013

A conference on the autonomy of architecture, code, fabrication, material, morphology, robots, mechanic desire, and a computational theory initialized and chaired by the School of Architecture’s George N. Pauly Jr. Fellow, Liss C. Werner from February 7-9 …

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, …