The ACT Archives and Special Collections are currently closed to researchers. For questions regarding access please contact MIT Libraries Distinctive Collections at email@example.com.
Open to all, the ACT Archives and Special Collections Department collects, preserves, and fosters the use of unique and rare materials related to
- The Center for Advanced Visual Studies (CAVS),
- György Kepes,
- Muriel Cooper’s Visible Language Workshop (VLW),
- The MIT Visual Arts Program (VAP),
- The Experimental Music Studio (EMS),
- The MIT Program in Art, Culture and Technology (ACT),
- Virtual Exhibitions.
As a research hub for a worldwide audience of scholarly and creative patrons, we seek to inspire new investigations, research, curation, and experimentation in art-science-technology topics for a diverse community of users.
In alignment with the ACT mission, the ACT archivist stewards the repository’s rich collections by acquiring, cataloging, preserving, sharing, and digitizing materials to maximize their use.