The MIT Program in Art, Culture and Technology supports faculty research, sponsors fellows and affiliates, and maintains an archive of over 40 years of artistic production.

The Master of Science in Art, Culture, and Technology is a rigorous two-year program for artist-thinkers advancing their critical and production practices. Research and pedagogy are intertwined, and MIT’s culture of scientific inquiry and technological advancement informs current investigations into topics including cinema and its migrations, art in the public sphere, performance, video, photography and related media, and spatial and sonic experimentation.

ACT holds the archive of the Center for Advanced Visual Studies (CAVS) containing materials concerning collaborative and time-based productions generated by or related to the tenure of nearly 100 internationally recognized artist-fellows over the past 40+ years.

SPECIAL NOTE:  The CAVS Special Collection is currently being processed by Jeremy Grubman, the Project Archivist.  Access to the materials may be limited during this time.  For more information or reference requests, please contact Jeremy at email hidden; JavaScript is required.

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