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The List Visual Arts Center is the contemporary art museum and visual art lab at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
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Arts at MIT May 17
Alum, designer of four MIT buildings, and CAMIT honorary member I.M. Pei '40 dies at age 102. Read more :
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Paul C. Ha May 17
We at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology mourn the loss and passing of I.M. Pei. He created many iconic buildings throughout this world and gave to three exemplary buildings. The Green Building (Bldg 54), forever creating the dramatic skyline for Cambridge.
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Arts at MIT May 14
Join Artist Rose Salane and Librarian Carol Paszamant for a talk on the exhibition List Projects: Rose Salane. They will offer insights into the way systems and libraries changed due to technology's advancements in the workplace.
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Paul C. Ha May 15
The seeks Assoc. Curator of Public and Perm Collection. Description here: Apply here:
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MIT List Center May 15
Time to return your SLAP artworks! Today is the last day to return your art! We are here until 4:30. Tell us about how you liked living with art here →
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Paul C. Ha May 11
Great install by Anicka Yi in the Arsenale.
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Paul C. Ha May 11
This just happened in Venice. Arthur Jafa wins the Golden Lion! Congratulations!! He thanked his mom! Happy Mothers Day.
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Arts at MIT May 12
Kresge Auditorium and the MIT Chapel, both designed by Eero Saarinen officially opened in 1955 during a “Fortnight Festival” of events. The program included lectures, concerts, and a plays in the Little Theater.
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MIT List Center May 9
See Joan Jonas, representative of the US Pavilion at the 2015 , on view Ocean Space, Chiesa de San Lorenzo. Read more in
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MIT List Center May 6
See Rose Salane in pictures via →→
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Arts at MIT May 2
Don't miss Ericka Beckman’s first museum survey , "Ericka Beckman: Double Reverse." Her exhibition will be on view from May 24 to July 28, 2019. Read more :
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MIT List Center May 1
See our next exhibition Ericka Beckman: Double Reverse in Artforum's spring preview! Come celebrate the opening with us on May 23! See the whole spring preview here →
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The ARTery Apr 25
Rose Salane unravels alternative versions of history in this new exhibit at .
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HUBweek Apr 26
Happening today: Don't miss an curator conversation , Imaging a Black Hole with Katie Bouman , and Spring Teen Night
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Paul C. Ha May 1
Here's preview of Ericka Beckman's exhibition at the . Show opens May 23. Free and Open to ALL.
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MIT List Center Apr 23
"Salane is part historian, part lyrical poet, picking her metaphors with care, allowing viewers to make inferences and associations." Read more at and visit at the List Center!
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Pamela Reynolds Apr 23
Had a really great talk with , who is a New York artist/historian with a new show opening today. The main takeaway: there is a pattern and association at hand for every small action and event. In short, everything is connected.
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The ARTery Apr 23
This exhibit at is an artistic throwback to the Port Authority Library of New York & New Jersey, a transit library that was closed in 1995 due to budget cuts.
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Arts at MIT Apr 23
At MIT, Rose Salane unspools the personal and the political like a librarian. In a suggestive display, Salane unravels a tapestry of seemingly disconnected events to trace the unfolding of history. Read more about Salane's show :
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MIT List Center Apr 20
Reminder! It's the last weekend to see Kapwani Kiwanga: Safe Passage at the List Center! Don't forget to check out the review in the Boston Art Review! Read it here →
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