Application Deadline: Nov 15 Explore arts and technology through a certificate program that incorporates a self-designed integrative senior project, independent studies, course work, internships and research opportunities.
February 25, 26 and 27, 2016 The Ammerman Center for Arts and Technology is pleased to present the 15th Biennial Arts and Technology Symposium at Connecticut College.
2014 - 2015 Discussion, performances, and installations by professors, artists, filmmakers and more
The Center offers intensive week-long technology workshops to Certificate Program students in rotating themes, which may include motion capture, physical computing, rapid prototyping, animation, wearable electronics, bio-hacking, flying robots (aka drones) and their uses, locative media/augmented reality media, hackathon-style challenges. Participation in the workshops is optional. The workshops are offered at no charge. The college allows students to stay on campus for the workshop, at no charge, but students will be charged for the meal plan.