The Master of Science in Art, Culture and Technology is a studio program focusing on the development of artistic practices that challenge traditional genres as well as the limits of the gallery/museum context. Central to the curriculum is the potential for creating links with other programs within the MIT community.
The Program in Art, Culture and Technology (ACT) offers a Master of Science in Art, Culture and Technology (SMACT), an intensive two-year graduate program currently comprised of twelve students and six faculty.
At MIT, admission to each graduate program is coordinated by the academic department to which the graduate program belongs. The Program in Art, Culture and Technology is a discipline group within the Department of Architecture. Therefore, all applicants seeking admission to the SMACT degree program apply through the Department of Architecture admissions office. Information for applying can be found here.
Prospective students are encouraged to visit the program before applying. Please see “Visit ACT” page link at sidebar.
To speak with a professor, one should contact her or him directly using the email link found on each faculty member’s people page.
Applications and portfolios are due January 3, 2013.
The Program in Art, Culture and Technology is part of the Department of Architecture, within the School of Architecture and Planning at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.