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Jason Freeman keeps finding new ways to engage K-12 students with music and coding with Earsketch - a program that literally lets the user use code to create original music.
As part of a $3 million grant from the National Science Foundation, researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology and Northwestern University have built a musical, interactive tabletop exhibit that teaches the basics of computer coding.
The White House highlights Georgia Tech's EarSketch, a project that teaches coding to diverse audiences through music. The National Science Foundation-funded tool will expand to 250 middle and high schools by next fall.
As AMAC celebrates 10 years of service, CATEA celebrates its move to be closer to its sister center.
The GT Percussion Ensembles & Symphonic team up for their first concert of the season.
A concert featuring Georgia Tech's Chamber Choir.
A concert presented by Georgia Tech's Chorale and Chamber Strings
A concert presented by Georgia Tech's Symphony Orchestra.