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Celebrating SA+P’s new Program in Art, Culture and Technology

On April 15, the School of Architecture + Planning will inaugurate its new Program in Art, Culture and Technology with a day of public events including exhibitions of work by the program’s graduate students and Fellows and a demonstration by renowned visual arts professor Joan Jonas.

Prominently housed in the school’s recently opened Media Lab Complex, the new program is the result of a merger between the Visual Arts Program, an academic unit begun in 1989, and the Center for Advanced Visual Studies, a research program in visual arts for artists, engineers and scientists, established in 1967.

The new program is directed by Professor Ute Meta Bauer, internationally known as a freelance curator and artistic director, and recently named to a list of the 101 curators most highly regarded by artists around the world.

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