• Carleton’s Art and Technology (CArtT) Initiative has funding available to support internships that provide students with direct experience exploring the application of technology to the creation of art.

  • 2020 CArtT Grant Recipients

    23 September 2020

    The CArtT Committee is pleased to announce this year’s recipients of funding for collaborative projects in the arts and technology: Jay Beck, Andy Flory and Andrea Mazzariello, Judith Howard, Laska Jimsen, Laska Jimsen, Jay Beck, Paul Bernhardt, and Dann Hurlbert, Andrea Mazzariello, Bill North, Danny Saathoff

  • The CArtT Committee is pleased to announce this year’s recipients of funding for collaborative projects in the arts and technology: Jay Beck, Kelly Connole, Chris Martin, Andrea Mazzariello, David Musicant, Andy Flory, Stephen Mohring, Jeff Ondich, Linda Rossi.

  • CArtT Phase 2 Announced

    3 January 2019

    The Sherman Fairchild Foundation has renewed its support of Carleton’s arts and technology (“CArtT”) initiative. CArtT Phase II will extend and build on Phase I, deepening faculty knowledge and experience in integrating technology into arts majors. Phase II will introduce new activities and objectives that will ensure innovation, new directions, and sustained growth.

  • Congratulations to the following faculty stipend grantees for summer 2015: Baird Jarman, Andy Flory, Stephen Mohring, Jay Beck, Rini Keagy, Roger Bechtel, Ron Rodman, Jeffrey Trevino.

  • CArtT Grants Awarded

    24 April 2013

    Carleton Arts and Technology (CArtT) is pleased to announce that the following Collaborative, Interdisciplinary Projects were granted: Paul Bernhardt and Alex Freeman John Ellinger, Alex Freeman, Laska Jimsen, and Nikki Melville, David Musicantand Stephen Mohring, and Ronald Rodman.

  • Call for Proposals for Collaborative, Interdisciplinary Projects in Arts and Technology

    CArtT (Carleton Arts and Technology) is a new curricular initiative for the integration of arts and technology on campus. Funded through a grant from the Sherman-Fairchild Foundation, members of the CArtT committee are please to announce the availability of funds for summer research stipends for collaborative, interdisciplinary projects.

  • CArtT Summer Stipends

    4 January 2013

    Call for Faculty Development/Course Development Proposals for Arts and Technology

    CArtT (Carleton Arts and Technology) is a new curricular initiative for the integration of arts and technology on campus. Funded through a grant from the Sherman-Fairchild Foundation, members of the CArtT committee are please to announce the availability of funds for summer research stipends for curricular and faculty development in the arts and technology.

  • The Sherman Fairchild Foundation has awarded a grant to Carleton College for the project Collaborative Directions in Art and Technology. The $300,000, three-year project will support Carleton arts and technology faculty in developing new class modules, courses, collaborative courses, and curricular models for multi-disciplinary student projects. The project will enable Carleton faculty members to make full use of the new Weitz Center for Creativity, which will be providing staff, technological resources, and facilities in support of project efforts.