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Center for Media Arts, Computing, and Design

Center for Media, Arts, Computing, and Design

The Center for Media Arts, Computing, and Design creates new opportunities for collaboration by students and faculty from across the University in teaching, research, and innovation.

A hub of creative activity on campus, the Center for Media Arts, Computing, and Design inspires Clarkies’ entrepreneurial thinking and development of innovative technology. It includes a new green space and quadrangle, oriented toward Goddard Library. The center hosts an AR/VR lab, multimedia gallery, makerspace, robotics lab, active learning classroom, flexible classroom space, and more.

This interdisciplinary facility is open to all members of the Clark community. It houses the Becker School of Design & Technology, Computer Science, and Visual and Performing Arts programs, and includes collaboration spaces, classrooms, and labs that can be used by scholars from all disciplines.


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