Performing Arts Technology
The Department of Performing Arts Technology seeks to advance the aesthetics of technology-based arts through performance, the development of emerging technologies, and research. Collaboration and creativity are key components of the interdisciplinary study of music, dance, theatre, engineering, art, and film and video.
The University of Michigan maintains extensive computing resources for all students and the School of Music, Theatre & Dance vigorously promotes applications of technology in music. Professional quality studios include the Music Technology Lab, Multimedia Lab, Music Listening Lab, two Electronic Music Studios, the Audio Studio, the Video Studio, and several project studios. These studios feature state-of-the-art equipment in acoustically optimized spaces. The nearby Duderstadt Center houses an electronic library, interactive multimedia classrooms, a virtual reality laboratory, and design studios.
Jason Corey (Chair)
Georg Essl (Engineering)
Andrew Kirshner (Art & Design)
Gregory Wakefield (Engineering)
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