The Ammerman Center is a community of students, faculty, staff, artists, and scholars dedicated to exploring the dynamic relationships between the arts, technology, and culture through experimentation, research, and creation.

The mission of the Ammerman Center is to inspire and foster the production of creative, scholarly, collaborative, and interdisciplinary work by offering innovative educational experiences such as courses, workshops, symposia, colloquia, internships, mentoring, and advising.

Each year, the Center community produces innovative and engaging exhibitions, performances, publications, and public presentations.

The Ammerman Center for Arts and Technology was officially incorporated in 1991 and is named for Connecticut College alumna and long-time trustee, Judith Ammerman Brielmaier `60, who made a generous contribution to endow the Center. 

The Ammerman Center has hosted symposia since 1986; they are biennial events highlighted by sessions, performances, exhibitions and new works at the intersection of arts and technology.


2022 Symposium Committee:

Nadav Assor, Director
Rachel Boggia, Coordinator of Live Performance
Lyndsay Bratton, Coordinator of Papers and Presentations
René Cepeda, Commissioned Curator of the Contact Exhibition
Andrew Greenwald, Coordinator of Live Performance
James Lee, Coordinator of Technology
Steve Luber, Associate Director
Andrea Wollensak, Design

Other key players include:

Alison Cook, Ammerman Center Administrative Assistant
Rodney Dumond, Theater Services
Shawn Hove, Technical Director for the Myers Studio
Theodora Moldovan, Social Media Coordinator
Rob Richter, Arts Programming of onStage
Indira Zamora, Additional Design and Exhibition Assistant

The 2022 Biennial Symposium is co-sponsored by the Connecticut College Departments of Art and Music.

For all inquiries, please contact cat@conncoll.edu.