Catch up with CHM's celebration of the 50th anniversary of Smalltalk, including a reunion and discussion with pioneering members of the team.
Come see "Music—Film—Computers," our newest exhibit in the Screening Room, featuring rare experimental films with accompanying musical scores from the 1970s.
See early experimental films by artists incorporating the emerging technology of computer animation and those of a current digital artist who has adopted interactivity in award-winning installations.
Computing graphics pioneer and Pixar cofounder Alvy Ray Smith shares stories about the origins of the pixel.
Find out what (and who) is behind the world's biggest integrated circuit now on display at CHM.
Integrated circuit pioneer and CHM Fellow Lynn Conway has been sharing her story of gender transition and creating a supportive online community for transgender and LGBTQ+ youth.
Sal Khan shares his thoughts on the past, present, and future of Khan Academy and education around the world.
Quark software founder Tim Gill has played an important role in ensuring that historic sites related to LGBTQ+ communities are protected and preserved.
CHM is delighted to announce the release of twenty never-before-seen video recordings of the legendary 1976 Los Alamos Conference.
Art and computing grew up together. CHM is showcasing a selection of early computer films made between 1963 and 1972 in its in-house theater and online from June 1 to September 1, 2022.