A crowd browses a gallery of different music technology projects.

The Music, Art, and Technology Fair
Hosted by Georgia Tech and Cycling '74

The Music, Art, and Technology Fair Hosted by Georgia Tech and Cycling '74

The art, music, and technology fair is a unique opportunity to experience groundbreaking art and technology projects in a hands-on, interactive, science fair format. You'll be able to meet Georgia Tech students and faculty, as well as artists and inventors from Atlanta and around the world. See their projects close up, and talk to them about their work.

Stay after the fair for the Guthman Competition Concert, which begins promptly at 7 p.m. in the nearby Ferst Center for the Arts!

Fair Exhibits

A presenter at a music technology fair explains his project to someone attending.

The Music, Art, and Technology Fair presented by Georgia Tech and Cycling '74 welcomed 30 exhibits from a wide variety of presenters. 

About the Hosts

Cycling '74

Creators of software for artists, educators, and researchers working with audio, visual media, and physical computing.

The Georgia Tech School of Music

Our undergraduate and graduate degrees in music technology blend technical skill and musical talent.
A robotic prosthetic hand called the "Skywalker Hand" invented by the Center for Music Technology, plays a keyboard.

Start Your Music Technology Journey

At the Georgia Tech School of Music, our students combine technical skill with exceptional music talent to truly change the way the world experiences music. Learn more about our bachelor's, master's, and doctoral degree programs in music technology as well as our pre-college summer studio.

Support the Fair

Join Cycling '74 to support the fair and the future of music at Georgia Tech.

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