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Announcing: An Exhibition of Student Projects!

What: Projects from “Special Topics in Interactive Art & Computational Design“ Where: Carnegie Mellon STUDIO for Creative Inquiry, CFA-111 When: Wednesday, 28 April 2010, 4:30-6:00pm Golan LEVIN (Associate Professor of Electronic Art) and Patrick Gage KELLEY (Teaching Assistant and PhD Student, CS), are proud to present capstone projects and other treats from our interdisciplinary Spring […]

Grateful for a name

In 1985, a research unit was formed at Carnegie Mellon called the “Center for Arts and Technology”. The interdisciplinary spirit was in the air — it was the same year that the Media Laboratory was founded at MIT. A few years later the CMU unit folded (I don’t have the complete history here) and was […]

Wats:ON Festival at the STUDIO for Creative Inquiry, March 17-20

Next week, the STUDIO for Creative Inquiry will host the Wats:ON Festival, which brings interdisciplinary artistic innovators to campus to share their insights through a diverse offering of lectures, performances, workshops and exhibitions. This year’s festival has been curated by Pablo Garcia and Spike Wolff, and is themed around “Virtuality” — events include a lecture […]

Gibson/Recoder Live Cinema Performance at CMU, Wed. March 3

Live cinema artists, Sandra Gibson and Luis Recoder will make a public performance and presentation next Wednesday at CMU! My lab, the STUDIO for Creative Inquiry, once again partners with Professor Melissa Ragona to bring an artist lecture/performance to Pittsburgh this spring. Coming up next Wednesday (March 3) at 6:30pm is an event featuring Sandra […]

Eric Singer Lecture/Performance at CMU, Wed. Feb. 17th

Robotics artist Eric Singer will make a public lecture/performance next Wednesday at CMU!The lab I direct, the STUDIO for Creative Inquiry at Carnegie Mellon, is partnering with Professor of Art Melissa Ragona to bring a series of artist lecture/performances to Pittsburgh this spring. Coming up next Wednesday (February 17th) at 6:30pm is a presentation by […]