Photos: MIT’s Umbrella Project Lights Up Cambridge Wicked Local Cambridge, 5/21/2013.
3D Printing: A Force for Revolutionary Change BBC News, 5/21/2013.
Conducting Life in Music Cape Cod Today, 5/21/2013.
UP: The LED Coordinated Umbrella Project at MIT Boston.com, 5/20/2013.
Fotobom: The Umbrella Project Dig Boston, 5/20/2013.
MIT, Pilobolus dance in the rain, sort of, for “Umbrella Project” The Boston Globe, 5/20/2013.
UP: The Umbrella Project Boston Herald, 5/19/2013.
Robot Wave Swarming MIT Boston Herald, 5/19/2013.
300 Programmable Umbrellas Set to Color the Cambridge Skyline Sunday Night Bostinno, 5/17/2013.
Hundreds of LED Equipped Umbrellas Will Descend on MIT The Verge, 5/17/2013.
MIT Students to Colorize Cambridge Sky in LED Umbrella Art Show WBUR, 5/16/2013.
Arts at MIT Add a Boost to Institute’s Entrepreneurial Scrum MIT News, 5/16/2013.
Geek Chic: 10 Seriously Geeky Things To Do This Summer Dig Boston, 5/16/2013.
New Masters for Pforzheimer house The Harvard Gazette, 5/16/2013.
Art Shows to See now Time Out Chicago, 5/16/2013.
Let an LED be Your Umbrella Computer World, 5/16/2013.
Celebrating Boston’s Architectural Legacy Architectural Digest, 5/14/2013.
From the Vaults Architect, May 2013.
BCMS Delivers Interesting and Offbeat The Boston Musical Intelligencer, 5/13/2013.
Pursuing Fitzgerald The Boston Musical Intelligencer, 5/13/2013.
A belated Boston premiere for ‘Gatsby’ The Boston Globe, 5/13/2013.
Study: Women More Attracted to Guys Who Play Guitar Men’s Fitness, May 2013.
Words and Music: A Conversation with Elena Reuhr PN Review, May – June 2013.
The World’s Most Wired Musician: Marco Tempest Wired, 5/8/2013.
In One Voice Spectrum, May 2013.
Trevor Paglen Art in America, 5/7/2013.
Celebrating the Paper Clip: MIT Pays Homage to Humble Heroes of Design WBUR, 5/2/2013.
MIT Honors Late Band Leader Herb Pomeroy at Moving Memorial Concert Bay State Banner, 5/2/2013.
Joi Ito’s Plan for Urban Innovation: “Let a Thousand Weirdos Bloom” Fast Company, 5/1/2013.
This Week Ahead: Music Boston Globe, 5/1/2013.
Fashion Innovators at MIT Boston.com, 4/29/2013.
How One Family Built America’s Public Places NPR, 4/29/2013.
Tonal Treasure Trove The Boston Music Intelligencer, 4/29/2013.
Boston Chamber Players Close Season with a Program of Late Works Boston Classical Review, 4/29/2013.
Theaters Win NEA Grants UT San Diego Globe, 4/24/2013.
Week Ahead: Pop and Rock The Boston Globe, 4/24/2013.
Choral Groups Sing Brahms Requiem at MIT to Comfort the Living WBUR, 4/22/2013.
Music Can Heal Our Wounds: Man Rises Above His Disability to Compose Score The Lowell Sun, 4/22/2013.
Aardvark Celebrates Two Anniversaries The Boston Globe, 4/21/2013.
MIT’s Nomadic Sculpture The Tech, 4/19/2013.
Jay Scheib Receives Map Fund Grant MIT News, 4/17/2013.
The Future Unfolding: Fellows Friday with Skylar Tibbits TED Blog, 4/12/2013.
Weekly Wrap Up Flux Boston, 4/12/2013.
Theater Review: Twisted Mythology The Tech, 4/12/2013.
President Obama Announces More Key Administration Posts The White House, 4/11/2013.
The Elemental Pamela Z: Sculpting Sounds in Berkeley Berkeley Side, 4/11/2013.
Jazz Community: Aardvark Jazz Orchestra to Continue Landmark 40th Season at MIT Cambridge Jazz Times, 4/11/2013.
Cambridge Science Festival Returns April 12-21 Wicked Local: Cambridge, 4/11/2013.
Cambridge Science Festival Kicks Off Friday Boston.com, 4/11/2013.
Non-Stop Music Stretches Sonic Possibilities MIT News, 4/10/2013.
Rafael Guastavino, a Master Builder Behind the Architecture Architect Magazine, 4/10/2013.
At MIT Museum, objects of everyday genius, by the numbers The Boston Globe, 4/6/2013.
Cambridge Science Festival, by the numbers The Boston Globe, 4/6/2013.
Satisfy Your Urge to Travel The Tech, 4/5/2013.
Nervous System’s Newfangled Alchemy Inc, 4/3/2013.
Amalia Pica ArtForum, 4/2/2013.
Amalia Pica’s Strangers Big Red and Shiny, 4/2/2013.
Top Brain Scientist is ‘philosopher at heart’ CNN, 4/2/2013.
Payal Kadakia, Classtivity CEO And Co-Founder, Dances Through The Entrepreneurial World Huffington Post, 4/1/2013.
Architect Looks to Remake Suburbs and Other Neighborhoods with ‘More Intelligent’ Design Phys.org, 3/29/2013.
The Surprising Way Architects are Using 3D Printers Atlantic Cities, 3/29/2013.
Babble, Blabber, Chatter, Gibber, Jabber: Amalia Pica’s quiet subversion at the List Big Red and Shiny, 3/25/2013.
Hamburg High Hosts Region V Chorus Festival The Hamburg Area Item, 3/25/2013.
Edinburgh International Festival Tickets Go On Sale Tomorrow The Edinburgh Reporter, 3/22/2013.
Fuse Theater Review: The Wages of Guilt — The Shocking Relevance of “Operation Epsilon” ArtsFuse, 3/22/2013.
How Are the Arts at the Core of Educational Change? Arts Fwd, 3/21/2013.
‘Science in the Street’ to be held in Brewster Saturday Cape Cod Online, 3/21/2013.
Pianist Joins Symphony for Romantic Concert Gloucester Times, 3/21/2013.
Mixtapes: The Symbiosis of Composer and Performer According to Evan Ziporyn WQXR, 3/20/2013.
Theater Review: ‘Operation Epsilon” Reveals Fascinating Chapter of World War II The MetroWest Daily News, 3/20/2013.
From the Flying Car to the Giant R2-D2: The Greatest MIT Hacks of All-Time Wired, 3/20/2013.
Science, Truth, and Consequences in “Operation Elipson” The Boston Globe, 3/19/2013.
MIT Wind Ensemble and Two Clarinet Luminaries Serve Up Something Special The Arts Fuse, 3/18/2013.
Wind Exhilarations at Kresge The Boston Music Intelligencer, 3/17/2013.
This Paper Chandeliers Installation is the Perfect Blend of Art and Architecture Complex, 3/17/2013.
Where Art and Science Collide Art News, March 2013.
Sounds of Toronto’s Streets Liven Symphony NPR, 3/16/2013.
Five Things You Need to Know Today The Edinburgh Reporter, 3/16/2013.
A New Take on Arts and Entrepreneurship at MIT The Tech, 3/15/2013.
Edinburgh International Festival 2013 Launches Edinburgh Guide, 3/13/2013.
C+S Architects: “Feeling Contexts” Exhibition Arch Daily, 3/13/2013.
Toronto Gets the Symphony Treatment The Toronto Star, 3/12/2013.
Tod Machover: Composer’s Social Media Symphony for Toronto BBC News, 3/11/2013.
The 25 Most Stylish Bostonians: Adele Naude Santos The Boston Globe, 3/10/2013.
How Many Torontonians Does it Take to Make a Symphony? Try 5,000 or So The Globe and Mail, 3/8/2013.
The 10 Most Overlooked Women in Architecture History Arch Daily, 3/8/2013.
Self-Assembly Meets 3D Printing Design News, 3/8/2013.
Trevor Paglen Schedule New York Magazine, 3/8/2013.
Paper Chandeliers by Cristina Parreno Architecture with MIT The Contemporist, 3/7/2013.
Armory Week Woos Billionaires with Picasso, Warhol: Guide Bloomberg, 3/7/2013.
A Toronto Symphony: CN Tower Light Show to Accompany World Premiere The Toronto Star, 3/7/2013.
Word of Wires: Jay Scheib Tackles the Meta-Reality of Humans Trapped Inside Simulations The Huffington Post, 3/6/2013.
Commandeering the Compass in Search of the Spirit of Place Boston Globe, 3/5/2013.
Second Fridays at MIT: Nautical Night 2013 North Shore Kid, 3/4/2013.
In trio’s debut, exploratory musicians turn inward: EVIYAN concert review Boston Globe, 3/4/2013.
Setting Silk to Music MIT News, March/April 2013.
The Last Pictures: Contemporary Pessimism and Hope for the Future The Space Review, 3/4/2013.
Evan Ziporyn continues his musical experimentation Boston Globe, 3/1/2013.
How to Make Architecture, Not Art Arch Daily, 3/1/2013.
Free Fun for Families Around Boston Boston.com, 3/1/2013.
Interview with Paul Ha Engine Institute, 2/28/2013.
Nerdy Nights: Boston’s Best Events for Geeks CBS Boston, 2/28/2013.
Building Pedagogies: Nader Tehrani Lecture Canadian Interiors, 2/28/2013.
Design Indaba 2013: John Maeda on the Dissipating Disconnect Between Art and Technology MarkLives.com, 2/28/2013.
4D Printing Sees Materials Turn Themselves into Anything Wired UK, 2/27/2013.
Tabla Player Das to Back World Premiere of Fusion Group EVIYAN India New England Online, 2/26/2013.
Brilliant Robot Scraps Can Form Selves into Anything Wired, 2/26/2013.
MIT’s New Self-Assembly Lab is Building a Paradigm Shift to 4-D Manufacturing Fast Company, 2/26/2013.
The Art of Technology Yahoo News, 2/25/2013.
MIT Collaborates with AIA to Research Solutions For Healthy Urban Futures Arch Daily, 2/25/2013.
The Lookout: A Weekly Guide to Shows You Won’t Want to Miss Art in America, 2/21/2013.
Now Showing: Trevor Paglan New York Times, 2/20/2013.
Electric Dreams: Composer and Inventor Tod Machover on Music and Participatory Practice International Arts Manager, 2/20/2013.
Scandalous opera bares all New York Post, 2/19/2013.
MIT Museum Presents First US Exhibition by photographer Joël Tettamanti Art Daily, 2/19/2013.
New York City Opera goes down and gets dirty with “Powder Her Face” The Classical Review, 2/18/2013.
A Duchess Who Made Blue Blood Curdle:’Powder Her Face’from City Opera at BAM New York Times, 2/17/2013.
State of Her Grace Parterre, 2/17/2013.
Ades’ ‘Powder Her Face’ opens NY City Opera season The Wall Street Journal, 2/17/2013.
‘Powder Her Face’ Is Witty, Stylish, and Moving Backstage, 2/16/2013.
Caught in Tomas Saraceno’s Web Studio 360, 2/15/2013.
New York City Opera’s Powder Her Face at BAM is a must-see Bach Track, 2/15/2013.
February Vacation Week Programs at the MIT Museum North Shore Kid, 2/15/2013.
Eviyan Time Out NY, 2/15/2013.
Critics Picks Time Out NY, 2/15/2013.
Cambridge Science Festival Announces Statewide Year Round Science Business Wire, 2/15/2013.
Boston’s February School Vacation Week: A Survival Guide for Parents Boston Magazine, 2/14/2013.
Found Sounds Toronto Life, March 2013.
Fellows Notes ArtSake, 2/13/2013.
MIT Launches New Research Center on Advanced Urbanism Archinect, 2/12/2013.
Lafarge and National Building Museum Welcome Anton García-Abril AECC, 2/12/2013.
Nature’s Hidden Music Spiritual Media Blog, 2/12/2013.
Nader Tehrani Kicks off Architectural Symposia at the University of Saskatchewan Canadian Architect, 2/11/2013.
Bahamas Makes Art History The Nassau Guardian, 2/9/2013.
Observing an Urban Dystopia The Daily Star, 2/9/2013.
The 2012 Harleston Parker Medal goes to MIT’s Media Lab Complex Big Red & Shiny, 2/4/2013.
Robots: The Next Technological Revolution? The Examiner, 2/4/2013.
MIT Jazz Program Celebrates 50 Years With A Corea Premiere All About Jazz, 2/1/2013.
Let’s “Ketchup” Folks! Asian Age, 1/31/2013.
Beantown Dream Dwell, 1/30/2013.
Marking History: Robert Taylor WWAY, 1/29/2013.
Jazz Community Honors Mark Harvey at Ryles Boston Globe, 1/30/2013.
Free Museum Night (MIT Museum) Chronicle, 1/29/2013.
Sounds of the City: A New Template for Collaboration in Toronto Boston Globe, 1/26/2013.
Free Museum Night & Barroom Art Class Chronicle, 1/23/2013.
‘Index’ Fingers at Sundance’s New Frontier Indie Wire, 1/21/2013.
The Hidden Depths of ‘Coral: Rekindling Venus’ Indie Wire, 1/21/2013.
My Dark Materials: The Music of Depression New York Times, 1/15/2013.
HangarBicocca: un anno da record La Voice, 1/10/2013.
Happenin’ Hoods WCVB Chronicle, 1/10/2013.
Message in a Bottle Vanity Fair Italy, 1/9/2013.
JJ Abrams Named MIT Media Lab Fellow Boston.com, 1/09/2013.
Best of Fresh Talk 2012 Fresh Art International, 1/6/2013.
CultureLab: Tomas Saraceno The Butterfly Effect-in giant balloons New Scientist CultureLab, 1/5/2013.
Muntadas: About Academia art&education, 1/4/2013.
A High-Powered Contemporary Art Laboratory Art New England, January/February 2013.
Elena Sobolevas Top 10 of 2012 Art Market Monitor, 1/3/2013.
2012 Arts Highlights Bay State Banner, 1/3/2013.
Amalia Pica at MIT List Visual Arts Center Artforum, 1/1/2013.
Art Selection at the Koch Institute MURJ, Fall 2012.
Face Your Fear of Heights by Walking on Air in this Massive Translucent Aerial Structure by Tomás Saraceno This is Colossal, 12/29/2012.
건축/미술대학 Boston Korea, 12/26/2012.
Boston’s Best 2013 Museum Exhibitions to Look Forward to CBS Boston, 12/24/2012.
Acclaimed Novelist Junot Diaz Delivers The Boston Globe, 12/23/2012.
Looking Good: Upcoming Art Exhibits – Museum and Gallery The Phoenix, 12/21/2012.
Seven Artists Make Playboy Spreads Art in America, 12/19/2012.
More Americans Lured Into the Fold of Those Who Love Origami’s Art Arizona Daily Star, 12/16/2012.
Settling the Score: Meet the Musical Brains Behind TVs Top Dramas The Independent, 12/15/2012.
A Dinosaur Gallery for Video Games‘Spacewar!’: Video Games at Museum of the Moving Image The New York Times, 12/14/2012.
3-D Printing Buildings of the Future CNN, 12/7/2012.
Science Fiction at the List The Phoenix, 12/7/2012.
Are These The LAST Pictures? The Weather Channel, 12/6/2012.
The Butterfly Effect in Giant Balloons Culture Lab, 12/5/2012.
MIT Exhibit Features Works by Berenice Abbott Herald News, 12/5/2012.
Caught up in the Holocene Flux Boston, 12/4/2012.
Best Albums of 2012 Ted Gioia, 12/3/2012.
Photo Album of Human History Launched on Commercial Satellite Space News, 12/3/2012.
Berenice Abbott’s Minimalist Black-and-White Science Imagery: 1958 – 1960 Brain Pickings, 12/3/2012.
13 Free Things to do in Boston: December Boston Magazine, 12/3/2012.
Wny Handel Never Went Baroque Wall Street Journal, 12/3/2012.
Newton Residents Help Create a Chain Reaction at the MIT Museum The Taunton Gazette, 12/3/2012.
Berenice Abbott Dazzles us with Science The Milford Daily News, 12/2/2012.
When Physics Looks Like A Bouncy Castle – Inside ‘On Space Time Foam’ Fast Company, 12/1/2012.
Museum of Modern Art Begins Collecting Video Games as Art: 2 Games Developed at MIT on Shortlist for Next Acquisitions WBUR, 11/30/2012.
A Time Capsule Launched Into Space for Aliens to Find When All the Humans are Gone The Atlantic, 11/30/2012.
Boston Arts Sector Innovations at a Critical Cultural Mass Boston.com, 11/29/2012.
Artist Trevor Paglen Launches Time Capsule of Historic Photographs into Space DailyMail UK, 11/28/2012.
Tomás Saraceno is back to surprise us with his suspended art at HangarBicocca in Milan ArtDaily, 11/27/2012.
Photo Album of Human History Launched Into Space NBC News, 11/27/2012.
Volare o Guardar volare GQ Italia, 11/27/2012.
Memo from Baikonus Cosmodrome: Artist Trevor Paglen Writes About Launching 100 Photos into Space Capital New York, 11/27/2012.
All That is Solid Melts Into Air: Tomás Saraceno visits MIT ECN, 11/26/2012.
MIT Friday After Thanksgiving Chain Reaction Video BostInno, 11/23/2012.
Make ‘Mechanical Theater’ with Sculptor Arthur Ganson WGBH, 11/21/2012.
The Last Pictures Launches Into Outer Space LA Times, 11/21/2012.
Indian-American Appointed to US Museum Board, another as MIT Learning Director The Indian Express, 11/21/2012.
This Playground is Made Almost Entirely from Air The Scientific American, 11/20/2012.
Space Art Show May Last Billions of Years MSNBC, 11/20/2012.
The Last Pictures Launches with EchoStar XVI Satellite Kurzweil AI, 11/19/2012.
Columbia Professor and GZA Aim to Help Teach Science Through Hip-Hop NY Times, 11/18/2012.
The Last Pictures: 100 Photos On a Satellite in Space CBC Radio, 11/16/2012.
To Do List: Moving Beyond Materiality Boston Phoenix, 11/16/2012.
Distributions and Reanimations: Report from dOCUMENTA Art New England, 11/13/2012.
Aardvark Turns 40 DownBeat Magazine, 11/12/2012.
Weekly Wrap Up for November 9th 2012 Flux Boston, 11/9/2012.
Tomás Saraceno Klat Magazine, 11/7/2012.
Stepping Closer to the Perfect 3D Digital Image Spie, 11/6/2012.
Un Album Fotografico Eterno Riecco la “Capsula del Tempo” la Repubblica, 11/5/2012.
Technology Overlaps with Art in New Exhbition The Record, 11/5/2012.
Tomás Saraceno’s Adult Playground “On Space Time Foam” Is An Enormous Suspended Trampoline Huffington Post, 11/2/2012.
Milan Art Installation has Visitors Walking on Air Wired UK, 11/2/2012.
America’s Top Architecture Schools 2013 Architectural Record, 11/2/2012.
MIT Media Lab feature issue Wired UK, 11/1/2012.
Jazz Legend Don Byron Melds Musical Genres Bay State Banner, 11/1/2012.
Culture Lab: MIT Show Argues for Art as Inquiry into the World New Scientist, 10/31/2012.
Evan Ziporyn Leaving Bang on a Can Music Collective NY Times, 10/31/2012.
AHA! Night Presents Local Authors at Cork Wines & Tapas The Chronicle, 10/31/2012.
Fuse Jazz Review: At MIT, Jazz Musician Don Byron Does Gospel Right Art Fuse, 10/30/2012.
Photog Archiving 100 Images for Billions of Years by Sending Them to Space Peta Pixel, 10/30/2012.
In Billions of Years, Aliens Will Find These Photos in a Dead Satellite Wired, 10/30/2012.
Crisis In U.S. Science Education? Better Call In Avant-Garde Photographer Berenice Abbott Forbes, 10/26/2012.
Pacifica Quartet makes Celebrity Series debut Boston Globe, 10/26/2012.
Computer Scientist Turned Artist National Science Foundation, 10/25/2012.
Unsettle and Redistribute FUSE Magazine, 10/25/2012.
Real Clear Arts: Are All Museum Directors Alike? Playing Comparisons Blouin Art Info, 10/24/2012.
Liddy Hubbell Art Show at Henry D. Moore Library in Steuben Bangor Daily News, 10/24/2012.
In Focus: Kelly Heaton’s “The Parallel Series” Creative Capital, 10/23/2012.
Boston’s Newest Museum Directors: Paul Ha Boston Globe, 10/20/2012.
Keeril Makan’s ‘Return’ to premiere Wednesday Boston Globe, 10/19/2012.
Berenice Abbott’s miracle of science The Phoenix, 10/15/2012.
Scientific Method: Berenice Abbott at MIT Bomb, 10/10/2012.
3D Printed Shoes WBUR, 10/10/2012.
Boston’s Best Buildings: Baker House MIT CBS Boston, 10/8/2012.
MacArthur Fellows Named for 2012: Junot Diaz New York Times, 10/1/2012.
Four Boston Area Residents Win Genius Grants: Junot Diaz Boston Globe, 10/1/2012.
Weekly Wrap-Up: Vik Muniz at MIT Flux Boston, 9/28/2012.
Berenice Abbott’s Physics Focus Science Friday, 9/25/2012.
High Aims Under Starry Skies Wall Street Journal, 9/23/2012.
The Last Pictures: photos intended for aliens after humans are gone Slate, 9/21/2012.
25 Most Stylish Bostonians: Paul Ha and Neri Oxman Boston Globe, 9/16/2012.
Berenice Abbott: Lensewoman in a Labcoat Wall Street Journal, 9/5/2012.
Berenice Abbott: Photography and Science Art New England, 9/1/2012.
Visibly Moved: Berenice Abbott, Photography, and Physics Photo Nights Boston, 8/30/2012.
Golden Anniversary Of Jazz At MIT To Feature New Work By Chick Corea All About Jazz, 8/24/2012.
Varied Lineup Coming to ICA – World of Wires Boston Globe, 8/16/2012.
John Harbison at Aspen Festival Performance Today American Public Media, 8/16/2012.
Berenice Abbott Photography and Science Photograph Magazine, 8/12/2012.
Innovation Makes Waves in Physics Photography New Scientist, 7/26/2012.
Rockport’s Bravura Closer Boston Musical Intelligencer, 7/17/2012.
Connecting Art and Science WGBH Living Lab, 7/16/2012.
Orbiting Photo Exhibition, Trevor Paglen New York Times, 7/5/2012.
News from the Field ArtsEngine, 7/2/2012.
Joachim Koester: To navigate, in a genuine way, in the unknown… Art New England Magazine, 7/1/2012.
Women of Influence Dwell Magazine, 7/1/2012.
The Art of Science: Berenice Abbott at MIT The Finch and Pea, 6/27/2012.
Holograms, 3-D said to be on verge of new era The Boston Globe, 6/25/2012.
A Digital Canvas for Art WGBH Radio Innovation HUB, 6/15/2012.
The book is dead, long live the book New Scientist, 6/7/2012.
Junot Diaz at BookExpo America in NYC The Boston Globe, 6/6/2012.
Boston-area art museums critic’s pick, Joachim Koester The Boston Globe, 5/27/2012.
Boston-area to do list: Pick of the Day, Berenice Abbott and portfolio The Boston Globe, 5/22/2012.
‘4000 Miles’ And Its Lead Actors Win Obie Awards New York Times Arts Beat Blog, 5/21/2012.
MIT Dedicated Monumental Sculpture by Internationally Renowned Artist Cai Guo-Qiang Bostonese, 5/21/2012.
MIT Dedicated Monumental Sculpture by Internationally Renowned Artist Cai Guo-Qiang The China Press, 5/19/2012.
Approval Matrix: Evan Ziporyn New York Magazine, 5/14/2012.
Cai Guo-Qiang at MIT The China Press, 5/11/2012.
Send Us Your Polaroids The Art Newspaper, 5/10/2012.
Grad Engineering Programs Probe Intersection of Science, Art US News and World Report, 5/9/2012.
Speculations on the Future of the Book at MIT Conference Publishers Weekly, 5/7/2012.
Seeing how she saw science: Photo exhibit showcases Berenice Abbott’s work at MIT Boston Globe, 5/4/2012.
High Art in High Definition Boston Phoenix, 5/4/2012.
Robert Lepage interview Radio Canada, 4/30/2012.
Eye on the Scene: The MIT Museum in Cambridge, Massachusetts, is opening the Kurtz Gallery for Photography on May 3 Photograph Magazine, 4/30/2012.
Robert Lepage on art of science, science of art Boston Globe, 4/29/2012.
26/11 inspired New York composer Evan Ziporyn’s new work called “Mumbai” Time Out Mumbai, 4/27/2012.
Puppetmasters Robert Lepage and Peter Gelb at MIT Likely Impossibilities, 4/27/2012.
Hommage à Robert Lepage fr.Canoe.ca, 4/26/2012.
L’homme de l’heure au MIT Journal de Montreal, 4/25/2012.
Director Robert Lepage, Winner of 2012 Eugene McDermott Award in the Arts, to Take Part in MIT Residency Opera News, 4/18/2012.
Juan Downey: Southern Exposures Art in America (cover story), 4/2012.
From FAST to CAST for MIT ArtsAmerica.org, 4/27/2012.
MIT Scores $1.5 Million to Launch a Major New Center for Art, Science, and Technology Artinfo, 4/17/2012.
The Splendid Tabla: New Indian Flavors for Orchestra NPR, 4/17/2012.
MIT Promises to Put More Arts in its DNA Real Clear Arts and Artinfo, 4/12/2012.
MIT Gets $1.5M to mix arts into science and tech Associated Press (Boston.com and 150+ others), 4/13/2012.
Visionaries: Tod Machover, a musical innovator WBUR, 4/10/2012.
A Celebration of Science with a Popular Touch New York Times, 4/10/2012.
MIT Dedicated Monumental Sculpture by International Artist Cai Guo-Qiang Artdaily, 4/7/2012.
The FAST Approach: Combining Art, Science, and Technology – Collaboration Week BreakThru Radio, 4/5/2012.
The Andersen Project Edge Boston, 3/26/2012.
New Photography Gallery at MIT Photograph Magazine, 3/26/2012.
Robert Lepage explores Hans Christian Andersen’s life Boston Globe, 3/23/2012.
‘REACH: The Architecture of The Freelon Group’ Exhibition ArchDaily, 3/2012.
Five Elements: the GZA Drops Science at MIT Dig Boston, 3/22/2012.
Learning & exhibiting. “Disobedience Archive” at MIT in Boston and other study cases. Abitare, 3/21/2012.
Colors, Solo Writing Appeal: Sharifi’s Awakening (Concert Review). The Boston Music Intelligencer, 3/18/2012.
Cheyney Thompson at the List Visual Arts Center Artforum, 3/2012.
Arab Spring Inspires Composer Jamshied Sharifi WBUR’s Here and Now, 3/6/2012.
Meet the 2012 Best First Feature Spririt Award Nominees #5: Patrick Wang, ‘In The Family’ Indiewire, 2/22/2012.
NPR interview on the Mozart Marathon at MIT’s Kresge Auditorium on Feb. 25, at 8 p.m. All Things Considered, 2/16/12.
Pianist Vicky Chow plays John Cage. Boston Globe, 2/15/12
List Center’s Paul Ha is Leading a Boston Renaissance. Art in America, 2/13/12.
Roving Eye: Juan Downey Returns to New York.
Art in America, 2/3/12.
BMOP five concertos cover some brave, new frontiers. Boston Globe, 1/30/12.
Worlds Within Worlds Within Worlds. And a Duane Reade. New York Times, 1/16/12.
Artist/Musician Florian Hecker’s Chimerization. Berkshire Fine Arts, 1/16/12.
Center for Advanced Visual Studies at MIT, Celebrating a Remarkable Legacy. Berkshire Fine Arts, 12/21/11.
Lichtballett: can space be shaped out of light, sound, and movement? SHIFTBoston, 12/13/11.
MIT Alum and Artist Jae Rhim Lee gives TED Talk (CNN.com, November 2011)
Review of Bang on a Can (The New York Times, November 2011)
Lepage receives MIT Prize (Cambridge Chronicle, October 2011)
MIT Honors Lepage (Boston.com, October 2011)
Un prix d’innovation du MIT a Robert Lepage (Radio Canada, October 2011)
Robert Lepage honore par le MIT (La Presse, October 2011)
Multidisciplinary Performance and Media Artist Robert Lepage 2012 Recipient of the Eugene McDermott Award in the Arts at MIT. Press Release PDF in English and Communiqué de presse en format PDF en français. (October 27, 2011).
Trevor Paglen at MIT (The New England Journal of Aesthetic Research, October 2011)
Bang on a Can Boston-area premieres of Steel Hammer and Timber (Press Release, October 2011)
Alum and Conductor, Alan Pierson (New York Times, September 30, 2011)
The Otolith Group (ArtForum, September 2011)
Paul Ha, director of Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis, selected as director of MIT’s List Visual Arts Center MIT Press Release. (September 9, 2011)
MIT Visiting Artists Program kicks off with jazz pianist Jason Moran MIT Press Release. (September 6, 2011)
Hope Ginsburg, CUE Art Foundation Review (ArtForum International, 2011)
Surprises in a Setting That Could Wither (New York Times, July 11, 2011)
Stan VanDerBeek: Film On The Cutting Edge (NPR, July 10, 2011)
An introduction to Ziporyn in Rockport (Boston Globe, July 8, 2011)
Arts at MIT White Paper: Full Report and Executive Summary, by the Office of the Associate Provost in collaboration with the Creative Arts Council. (June 28, 2011)
A trailblazer with a utopian streak (Boston.com, June 19, 2011)
CAMH helps revive work of a new media pioneer (Chron.com, June 17, 2011)
Show Highlights the Return of the Loom (New York Times, June 13, 2011)
MIT’s FAST at 150 (Bostonist, May 15, 2011)
War Machines (With Gymnasts) (New York Times, May 12, 2011)
Art of Activation (Architect’s Newspaper, May 10, 2011)
Boston Inspires: MIT FASTLight Turns The Charles Neon (Boston Innovation, May 9, 2011)
MIT illuminates campus, Charles River with FAST Light(Wicked Local Cambridge, May 9, 2011)
M.I.T.’s FAST Light Celebration Illuminates the Charles River (Picture Boston, May 8, 2011)
Orbs, floating films and a string tunnel: MITs FAST Light weekend (Boston Blog, May 8, 2011)
Artists to light up MIT with flair (Boston Herald, May 7, 2011)
Amphibious light orbs invade the Charles this weekend (Sat-Sun 7-10pm) (Boston Phoenix, May 7, 2011)
MIT Lights Up The Charles River (WBUR, May 7, 2011)
‘FAST Light’ and Cambridge Science Festival carnival this weekend (Boston.com, May 6, 2011)
Be sure not to miss MIT’s Fast Light show! (NECN.com, May 6, 2011)
MIT to premier art installations, massive light show this weekend(Wicked Local Cambridge, May 6, 2011)
MIT, Going FAST After 150 Years (Archinect, May 2011)
At MIT, a new music marathon, bracing and eclectic (Boston Globe, April 18, 2011)
Scheib wins 2011 Guggenheim Fellowship (MIT News Office, April 11, 2011)
Melvin Moti (Frieze Magazine, Issue 138)
FAST Light: Press Release April 2011
Stan VanDerBeek (Artforum, April 2011)
Pauline Frommer: Another sort of Harvard Education (The Star.com, March 28, 2011)
Slideshow: “Stan VanDerBeek: The Culture Intercom” at the MIT List Visual Arts Center (Boston Phoenix, March 24, 2011)
The proto-web utopian consciousness of Stan VanDerBeek (Boston Phoenix, March 24, 2011)
Death and the Powers: The Robots’ Opera (Variety Review, March 24,2011)
Love and Robots in Death and the Powers: The Robots’ Opera (Boston Phoenix, March 18, 2011)
A 3-D landscape of sound (MIT News Office, March 16, 2011)
Washed by Fire: Press Release March 2011
FAST Future + New Music Marathon Press Release (MIT News Office, March 14, 2011)
Subversive and stunning: Abbott’s portraits communicate energy, excitement of 1920s Paris (Boston Globe, March 13, 2011)
FAST Opera Press Release (MIT News Office, March 8, 2011)
VanDerBeek’s surreal influence (Boston Globe, March 6, 2011)
A thoroughly modern opera: Robots enter a new frontier (The Christian Science Monitor, March 2011)
Origami finds new dimensions at MIT (Boston Globe, February 2011)
FAST Thinking Press Release (MIT News Office February 2011)
Architectural installations animate MIT campus (MIT News Office February 2011)
FAST Kick-Off : Press Release (MIT News Office February 2011)
Francis Stark (Art in America Magazine, January 4, 2011)
A quirky fete for great ideas – MIT Museum 150 objects exhibition (Boston Globe, January 2, 2011)
The Mind and Art of Francis Stark (Los Angeles Times, December 26, 2010)
I Just Popped Out to Play Beethoven (New York Times, December 9, 2010)
The artist who labels herself (Francis Stark Exhibition, Boston Globe, December 5, 2010)
Developing a ‘Living Archive’ of Creative and Artistic Production at MIT’s Center for Advanced Visual Studies (SA + P’s PLAN, Fall-Winter 2010)
Alumnus Profile: Eran Egozy SB/SM’95 — The Thrill of Making Music (SA + P’s PLAN, Fall-Winter 2010)
Boston Symphony Orchestra begins a two season cycle of the complete symphonies of John Harbison (SHASS, October, 11, 2010)
A House in Bali – Opera News (October 2010)
Evan Ziporyn embarks on a season of major musical events (SHASS, September 27, 2010)
At MIT, the quirky marching band steals the show (The Tech, September 24, 2010)
Disembodied performance: Tod Machover’s ‘Death and the Powers,’ which features robots as performers, premieres this month (News Office, September 10, 2010)
Art programs get moved around in reorganization (The Tech, September 3, 2010)
Kapoor’s sculpture shines in Stata: artist’s piece is MIT’s latest public art installation (The Tech, August 31, 2010)
MITWorld Video: Physics Prof Walter Lewin’s IAP lecture on 20th century art
Slice of MIT interview with Joe (“Yosl”) Kurland ’66, violinist, violist and vocalist for Wholesale Klezmer Band (Slice of MIT: News & Views for the Alumni Community, August 18, 2010)
Donal Fox’s “Piazzolla to Bach Project” to premiere at Tanglewood (SHASS News, August 2010)
Giving to MIT: Nancy Burdine, Lexington, MA (Technology Review, July-August, 2010)
Gamelan Galak Tika teams up with Kronos Quartet for world premiere of “Super Collider” at Lincoln Center’s Out of Door Series, Aug 13 (SHASS Said and Done, August 2010)
Technology’s Ambassador: My year volunteering at the MIT Museum (Melissa Kaufman
’09) (Technology Review, July-August 2010)
Q&A with Patricia Fuller, MIT’s retiring public art curator (News Office, July 20, 2010)
New Alumni Association President, Anne Street ’69, SM ’72, to Orchestrate Strategic Plan; In the past decade, she has focused on supporting arts projects (Alumni Association Feature, June 18, 2010)
David Deveau inaugurates new performance center for Rockport Music (MIT SHASS News, June 17, 2010)
Bill Mitchell, former dean of School of Architecture, dies (News Office, June 12, 2010)
State of the Art: Music & Research from Cuthbert, Makan, and Tang (Soundings, Spring 2010)
Frederick Kim ’11 wins campus furniture design competition (News Office, May 7, 2010)
Fred Harris receives Hall of Fame Award from Conductors Association (News Office, May 6, 2010)
ACT Report on Inauguration Events (Posted May, 2010)
Of Note: MIT family concert with Tom Chapin (News Office, April 30, 2010)
Merging arts: ACT program inaugurated–Day-long celebrations looks back at CAVS, Visual Arts and toward the future (News Office, April 29, 2010)
Of Note: Harbison concert to honor Institute Professor Peter Diamond (News Office, April 28, 2010)
PATD video for SAA (April 28, 2010)
Council for the Arts at MIT awards Kepes Prize to performance/video pioneer Joan Jonas (News Office, April 22, 2010)
McDermott Award Ceremonies–Panel discussion with Gustavo Dudamel and Professors John Harbison and Tod Machover, moderated by PBS journalist Maria Hinojosa (MIT World, April 17, 2010)
MIT’S Third Annual Herb Pomeroy Memorial Concert to feature rarely performed Ellington work and world premiere by MIT Alumnus Jamshied Sharifi: May 8 (Press release, April 15, 2010)
Introducing a new program in Art, Culture and Technology (News Office, April 12, 2010)
MIT Wind Ensemble celebrates renowned composer, educator and tuba player, Kenneth Amis on May 1 (Press release, April 12, 2010)
MIT Symphony Orchestra concert features MIT sophomore and 12-year old soloist: May 7 (Press release, March 24, 2010)
Dramashop stages ‘Arms and the Man’ (Press release, March 22, 2010)
MIT Symphony Orchestra bridges classical and jazz genres: March 12 (Press release, February 22, 2010)
New England Premiere of ‘Summer Wars’ and talk with director Mamoru Hosoda (Press release, February 16, 2010)
Harbison work to be premiered in honor of Institute Professor Peter Diamond’s retirement (Press release, February 10, 2010)
Norwegian student orchestra to perform at MIT: Feb. 26 (Press release, January 21, 2010)
Concert Series at Wellesley College presents the Cypress Quartet’s premiere of commission from MIT composer Elena Ruehr: March 17 (Announcement, January 10, 2010)
Art in Review: Renee Green The New York Times, 3/30/2007.