About CCAM

 

 

The Center for Collaborative Arts and Media (CCAM) is Yale's media laboratory for everyone.
 

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Current and Upcoming @ CCAM:

CCAM announces Maquette, a new online journal

Monday November 11, 4:30 pm Ability and Inclusion Symposium

Wednesday November 13, 7:00 pm Dr. Elizabeth Hénaff presents Holobiont Urbanism and Multispecies Design

Thursday November 14, 4:00pm Workshop: Introduction to Adobe Premiere  

Friday November 15, 11:00 am Workshop: Machine Learning for Artistic Practice Part 1

 

Recent CCAM Events

Monday October 28 - Friday November 22,  Photographs of the Wright Laboratory Exhibition by Monique Atherton

Wednesday October 30, 11am Damian Loeb Artsist Talk

Friday November 1, 5:30pm NOIR Fest

Wednesday November 6, 7:00 pm Marijke Jorritsma Nasa Jet Propulsion Lab Talk

Thursday November 7, 5:30 pm Storytelling for Innovators with Tsai CITY

 

About and Mission

 

The Center for Collaborative Arts and Media (CCAM) is Yale's media laboratory for everyone. At CCAM we investigate intersections of art, science, and technology through research, programs, and exhibitions. A wing of Yale Arts, CCAM does not provide curriculum, but instead focuses on guiding students, faculty, and visiting artists in expanding and exploring all manner of projects. 
 

Located at 149 York Street in New Haven, the 5,000 square foot space boasts state-of-the-art facilities, including a motion capture studio, immersive media research, projection mapping system, creative suites, computerized audio and light systems, video studio, equipment lending library, wide-format printers, open workspace labs, and exhibition gallery. CCAM shares the modernist concrete building (once home to the Yale University Press) with the Yale School of Drama. 
 

CCAM is currently led with the vision of the artist and architect Dana Karwas. Long attuned to the creation and production of interdisciplinary arts, Karwas sees the center in the spirit of a Kunsthalle: while not a formal institution, there are associated artists, scientists, faculty, symposium, studios, and workshops. Community is an essential component: CCAM experiments with and presents new work in original ways, enhancing these discoveries with discussions, demos, and screenings.  
 

CCAM creates opportunities and room to play with ideas. There is an open door policy: resources are available to all Yale students, faculty, and staff. The projects brought in can be in development or in progress, or completed and shared. Programming is free and open to the Yale community with select programs open to the public. Beyond the Yale campus, CCAM also holds special events and partner exhibitions nationally and abroad.
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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