A program of Carnegie Mellon, this site serves as a connection between the arts community, collaborative discussion and learning. It provides the arts community with resources to better understand and benefit from the intersection of arts and technology in order to make more informed management decisions in an increasingly technological society.
The Authors Guild is the nation’s oldest and largest professional organization for writers. Since its beginnings over a century ago, we have served as the collective voice of American authors. Our members include novelists, historians, journalists, and poets—traditionally and independently published—as well as literary agents and representatives of writers’ estates.
The Robert Rauschenberg Foundation “strives to fulfill Rauschenberg's vision that art can change the world….by sharing Rauschenberg's works with new audiences, opening his home and studio spaces to artists who push boundaries, and supporting artists and institutions nationwide that apply creativity to important issues. You can find more information about Robert Rauschenberg including a bio, over 400 of his works, exclusive articles about his work and up-to-date Rauschenberg exhibition listings at this website: https://www.artsy.net/artist/robert-rauschenberg.
Free and open to all, to use think[box], start by viewing an Orientation Presentation, which explains general lab policies as well as how to get started using machines at the lab. If you would like to bring a group or class to think[box], please read the Information for Groups and Classes.
In the 1970s and '80s, artists began to settle in the area, drawn by the fantastic homes and churches, downtown and river views, cheap studio space - as well as the unique European feel of the neighborhood. Their presence made the community exciting again, and hard work by neighbors, business owners and institutions resulted in a rebirth of Tremont.
Located inside the historic old Carnegie Library on the east side of Cleveland, Ohio on the historic Miles Park Square, UMDC targets the redevelopment of vacant or underutilized commercial and residential property.
This premier urban district and world class center of education, medical, and arts & cultural institutions is located just four miles from downtown Cleveland along the historic and future looking Euclid Corridor.