Arts at MIT
Center for Art, Science & Technology (CAST)
Council for the Arts at MIT (CAMIT)
CAMIT Members Only
MIT Sounding Series
Museums + Galleries
McDermott Award Recipients
CAST Faculty Grants
CAMIT Grant Recipients
Student Art Association
Prizes and Awards
Student Loan Art Program
In the Media
Student Performance Groups
Grad Arts Forum
Council for the Arts at MIT
ON EXHIBIT: "Inventory of Shimmers"
List Visual Arts Center
ON EXHIBIT: "Imre Halasz: Architect and Educator"
2017 CREATIVE ARTS COMPETITION WINNER ROOTS STUDIO RECEIVES $15,000
On Exhibit: "The Diamond Trace: Kimberley South Africa in Photographs by Patrick Tourneboeuf"
Harold and Arlene Schnitzer Prize in the Visual Arts Exhibition
Opening Reception June 2
Experimentation, risk-taking and imaginative problem solving
2016-17 MIT Sounding
MIT Sounding is an annual concert series open to the public
Internationally acclaimed artists come to campus and engage with MIT's creative community
Creative Arts Competition
May 1, 2017: Finale event!
On exhibit at the MIT Museum
Gestural Engineering: The Sculpture of Arthur Ganson
VR through a long lens: Deniz Tortum lends historical perspective to a new medium
Art-World Professionals Answer a Question—Who Are the Most Underrated Artists Today?
Image: Katherine Taylor for The New York Times
On exhibit at the List Visual Arts Center
List Projects: Andrea Crespo
CAST Symposium, April 21-22, 2017
Resources for Faculty
Funding, collaboration, arts tickets for students and more
Discounted Tickets and Memberships
Free and discounted admission for MIT students to Boston-area art museums and concerts
Program in Art, Culture, and Technology (ACT)
Facilitates exploration of art’s broad, complex, global history and conjunction with culture, science, technology and design
Comparative Media Studies/Writing
An innovative program that applies critical analysis, collaborative research and design across a variety of media arts, forms and practices.
History, Theory and Criticism (HTC)
The history of architecture and art, as well as the theoretical and political presuppositions informing that history.
Problems of narrative, aesthetics, genre and media are explored through a broad array of written, oral, and visual forms ranging from the ancient world to the 21st century.
Music history and culture, performance and music theory
Hacking VR Speaker Series
Various dates throughout Spring 2017
Open Documentary Lab
Brings technologists, storytellers and scholars together to advance the new arts of documentary.
Program in Media Arts and Sciences (Media Lab)
Actively promoting a unique, antidisciplinary culture, the MIT Media Lab goes beyond known boundaries and disciplines, encouraging the most unconventional mixing and matching of seemingly disparate research areas.
An imaginative and rigorous engagement with the arts and disciplines of theater: acting, directing, playwriting, design, production and scholarship.
One of the four original departments at MIT and the first signal that MIT would not be narrowly defined in science and technology.
Stefan Helmreich Discusses the Upcoming Symposium, “Being Material”
Wiesner Student Art Gallery
A place for students to express and exhibit their artistic endeavors, both academic and co-curricular
Public Art Collection
MIT is home to more than 3,500 artworks including public sculptures, prints, drawings and more.
The Wolk, Keller, and PLAZmA Digital Galleries managed by the Department of Architecture
Reviews: Scheib's "Bat out of Hell"
Reviews of MIT Theater Arts Professor Jay Scheib's latest project
NYT: "Meeting 'the other' Face to Face"
"The Enemy", a virtual reality experience