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Carnegie Mellon Launches Arts Management & Technology Laboratory

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Sep 27, 2013

Carnegie Mellon University has launched the Arts Management & Technology Laboratory (AMTLab), a project of its Master of Arts Management (MAM) program that continues the innovative work of the nationally recognized Technology in the Arts research center, formerly the Center for Arts Management and Technology. 
AMTLab serves as an exchange, a catalyst for ideas, and a conduit for knowledge by providing current and future arts managers, technologists and researchers with existing best practices and emerging technologies affecting the arts and culture sector.
“Arts organizations are faced with unique challenges when it comes to technology and effective management,” said Brett Crawford, executive director of AMTLab. “AMTLab serves as a resource to a field that has few options available to it. Perhaps most importantly, AMTLab stands to help solve critical questions facing today’s arts managers and technologists, while also contributing to the innovations necessary for future effective application of technology in the arts management field.”
To learn more about arts management and technology we encourage you to review the technology track of the conference program. Click here to visit the program page, click show filters, then select "technology" to explore.

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