The Council for the Arts at MIT underwrites memberships at Boston-area art museums and makes tickets available for performances presented by a number of area chamber ensembles and orchestras.
For more information, please contact:
Director, Council for the Arts at MIT
The Boston Modern Orchestra Project is widely recognized as the leading orchestra in the United States dedicated exclusively to performing new music. Its signature record label, BMOP/sound, is the nation’s foremost label launched by an orchestra and solely devoted to new music recordings. The … Continued
Currently registered MIT students can attend any number of BSO performances per season, for free, but a BSO College Card is required. The College Card costs $5.00, and is sold at MIT Copytech in the basement of Building 11 (11-004). How to obtain your free … Continued
The Catalyst Collaborative @ MIT presents plays that deepen the public understanding of science with theatrical presentations and conversations among the audience, players and scientists. The Catalyst Collaborative is based at the Central Square Theater. The Central Square Theater offers MIT students a … Continued
The Harvard Art Museums are currently closed for the final phases of their renovation and expansion. They will re-open in November 2014.
Free general admission to the ICA for MIT students, staff and faculty! Additionally, MIT students are eligible for discounts to ICA performances, the museum shop and the café. To take advantage of the free admission, present your MIT ID at the ICA entrance … Continued
The Council for the Arts at MIT underwrites MIT’s Institutional membership at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, providing: Free admission for all graduate and undergraduate students – simply show your MIT student ID Free admission for faculty bringing students to the Gardner … Continued
Radius Ensemble liberates classical music for a new generation of music lovers with a fresh combination of eclectic programming and intimate performances by extraordinary musicians. All concerts are on Saturdays at 8:00 p.m. at Pickman Hall at the Longy School of … Continued
MIT students have free, unlimited access to the Photographic Resource Center’s gallery, library and events. They are also eligible to participate in the juried PRC Members’ Exhibition as well as the annual PRC Student Exhibition, a highly anticipated showcase of photography from students at member institutions. … Continued