Art, Culture and Technology (ACT) is a fellowship program that commissions and produces new artworks and artistic research within the context of MIT. A laboratory for interdisciplinary art practice, the program facilitates exchange between internationally known contemporary artists and MIT’s faculty, students, and staff through public programs, support for long-term art projects, and residencies for MIT students.
Artists, scientists, and engineers share a way of working: all learn by doing, and use both mind and hand to do so. Students are welcome to participate as researchers and produce projects alongside ACT affiliates and fellows.
Contact Mary Sherman to learn more about the program's activities.
ACT UROPs for Credit
Credit is arranged through the faculty supervisor's academic department.
Below is a list of faculty associated with the ACT program. Click on the link on the faculty member's name to learn more about their research interests.
Prof. Ute Meta Bauer, N51-334, x3-5229, firstname.lastname@example.org
Andrea Frank, N51-344, x3-5862, email@example.com
Joan Jonas, N51-340, x2-3876, firstname.lastname@example.org
Oliver Lutz, E14-251D, email@example.com
Prof. Gediminas Urbonas, E14-251F, x4-6471, firstname.lastname@example.org