New Mexico’s Center for Cultural Technology (CCT) is an educational, community engagement, and R&D partnership between the Department of Media Arts & Technology at New Mexico Highlands University and the New Mexico Department of Cultural Affairs. CCT’s mission is to cultivate a homegrown talent pool of multimedia specialists capable of working with cultural content and committed to serving their communities.
Since 2005, we’ve placed over 200 cultural technology interns in museums, libraries, historic sites, and parks across New Mexico and the southwest, creating well over 300 projects in video/audio, exhibits, graphic design, mobile apps, web sites, and more. CCT’s main headquarters is in the Department of Media Arts & Technology, located in the McCaffrey Historic Trolley Building on the campus of New Mexico Highlands University in Las Vegas, NM. CCT’s Museum Classroom satellite facility is located at the New Mexico Museum of Natural History & Science in Albuquerque.