The Center for Advanced Visual Studies (CAVS) was founded by Hungarian artist and MIT Institute Professor György Kepes in 1967. For over 40 years, the Centre played a leading role in arts at the intersection with technology.

In 2009, the Center merged with the MIT Visual Arts Program to create the MIT Program in Art, Culture and Technology (ACT). Today, ACT continues the legacy of the CAVS.

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