Press Releases

Media contact:
Leah Talatinian
Communications Manager, Arts at MIT
Massachusetts Institute of Technology | 617-253-5351


U.S. Pavilion at 56th International Art Exhibition: La Biennale di Venezia to Feature New Installation by Joan Jonas Presented by the MIT LIST Visual Arts Center
Press Contact: Leah Talatinian or 617.253.5351
(Press Release, April, 2014)

Olafur Eliasson at MIT for 2014 Eugene McDermott Award in the Arts at MIT
Press Contact: Leah Talatinian or 617.253.5351
“Holding hands with the sun”: public lecture March 13, 2014, 5pm. Award includes artist residency, public events, $100,000 prize and gala
(Press Release, February, 2014)

Daguerre’s American Legacy: Photographic Portraits (1840-1900) from the Wm. B. Becker Collection
Press Contact: Leah Talatinian or 617.253.5351
Photography is the closest thing we have to a time machine – and a new exhibition at the MIT Museum sends visitors traveling all the way back to the 1840s and 1850s, when the very first photographic portraits were made. Produced on mirror-like pieces of silver-plated copper, a hundred of these one-of-a-kind images, called “daguerreotypes”, are presented at the MIT Museum’s Kurtz Gallery for Photography in Daguerre’s American Legacy: Photographic Portraits (1840-1900) from the Wm. B. Becker Collection.
(Press Release, January, 2014)

Vilcek Foundation Announces Winners of 2014 Vilcek Prizes for Design
Press Contact: Etosha Moh or 212.529.5533
Neri Oxman Selected as Winner of Vilcek Prize for Design
(Press Release, January, 2014)


Sonia Almeida: Forward/Play/Pause at the List Visual Arts Center February 7–April 6, 2014
Press Contact: Mark Linga or 617.452.3586
The MIT List Visual Arts Center is pleased to present Forward/Play/Pause, an exhibition featuring the work of painter Sonia Almeida. Sonia Almeida’s work investigates tensions, both historical and contemporary, between scientific color theories—which seek to analyze the physical properties of light—and our perceptual experience of light and color.
(Press Release, December, 2013)

Hourly Directional: Helen Mirra and Ernst Karel at the List Visual Art Center February 7–April 6, 2014
Press Contact: Mark Linga or 617.452.3586
The MIT List Visual Arts Center presents Hourly Directional, an exhibition consisting of a single work: Helen Mirra and Ernst Karel’s quadraphonic sound installation Hourly directional sound recording, Mata Atlântica, Brazil (2012). This work is composed of location recordings made during eleven days of walking in remnants of coastal rainforests in southeastern Brazil.
(Press Release, December, 2013)

Hans Op de Beeck: Staging Silence (2) at the List Visual Arts Center February 7–April 6, 2014
Press Contact: Mark Linga or 617.452.3586
The MIT List Visual Arts Center is pleased to present Hans Op de Beeck’s film Staging Silence (2) (2013).
(Press Release, December, 2013)

List Projects: Kambui Olujimi at the List Visual Art Center January 21–February 23, 2014
Press Contact: Mark Linga or 617.452.3586
Kambui Olujimi works in a variety of media, ranging from film to installation to photography. His past projects have often included viewer participation in projects that explore social practices such as dream interpretation, penny wishing, and photo sharing.
(Press Release, December, 2013)

Olafur Eliasson 2014 Recipient of the Eugene McDermott Award in the Arts at MIT
Press Contact: Leah Talatinian or 617.253.5351
Award includes artist residency, pop-up exhibitions, public lecture, $100,000 prize and gala. MIT Students to work on Olafur Eliasson’s Little Sun project.
(Press Release, October 24, 2013)

MIT Visiting Artists Program Roster 2013-14 Features Filmmakers, Musicians, Sound and Kinetic Artists
Press Contact: Leah Talatinian or 617.253.5351
Massachusetts Institute of Technology welcomes a new roster of visiting artists in the 2013-14 academic year working in a range of artistic disciplines — from kinetic art to film and sound art to music.
(Press Release, October 16, 2013)

La Scala Chamber Orchestra Performs “Fantasies from Verdi’s Operas”
Press Contact: Leah Talatinian or 617.253.5351
A special concert at MIT celebrates the renewal of the research collaboration with Eni.
(Press Release, October 8, 2013)

New Critical Band Plays Martland
Press Contact: Clarise Snyder or 617.253.2906
(Press Release, September 18, 2013)

Stanley Greenberg: Time Machines photography exhibition on view at MIT Museum
Press contact: Leah Talatinian or 617.253.5351
(Press Release, August 2013)

Geoff Hargadon to Chair MIT List Visual Arts Center Advisory Committee. New members Karen Arenson, Brit d’Arbeloff, Carolyn Fine Friedman and Ellan Spero
Press contact: Mark Linga or 617.452.3586
(Press Release, June 2013)

PBS to broadcast MIT music documentary
In “Awakening” MIT Music pays tribute to the Arab Spring
Friday, May 31, 10:30pm, on WGBH Boston
Press contact: Leah Talatinian or 617.253.5351
View the Film Trailer
On Friday, May 31, 10:30 p.m., Boston’s WGBH 2 will broadcast Awakening: evoking the Arab Spring through music, a 30-minute documentary and 2012 concert performance by the MIT Wind Ensemble, Dr. Frederick Harris, music director. The film features the world premiere of Awakening, a three-movement work by New York-based composer and MIT alumnus Jamshied Sharifi. This broadcast marks the first ever MIT music documentary/performance to air on PBS and the first time that MIT Video Productions has produced a work specifically for broadcast TV.
(Press release May 22, 2013)

MIT Members Invited to Color Nighttime Sky with Pilobolus & UP: The Umbrella Project

Event Press Contact
(Press release May 15, 2013)

Nairy Baghramian: Fluffing the Pillows at the MIT List Visual Art Center May 9-July 14, 2013
The MIT List Visual Arts Center presents Nairy Baghramian: Fluffing the Pillows (Moorings, Gurneys, Silos, Mops News Rack, Railing) an exhibition by Iranian born, Berlin-based artist Nairy Baghramian. Baghramian uses disparate tropes and motifs drawn from a variety of sources—from interior design to physiology—in her investigation of sculptural form.
Press contact: Mark Linga or 617.452.3586
(Press release April 2013)

Alan Uglow: Standards and Portraits at the MIT List Visual Art Center May 9-July 14, 2013
The MIT List Visual Arts Center presents Alan Uglow: Standards and Portraits an exhibition of the work of Alan Uglow (1941-2011). The exhibition is comprised of two of Uglow’s most important series, his Standard(s) paintings and Portrait(s) of a Standard, both centered on his decades-long investigation into the medium of painting.
(Press release April 2013)

List Projects: Gabriel Abrantes at the MIT List Visual Art Center May 9-June 30, 2013
The MIT List Visual Arts Center presents an exhibition of three recent films by Lisbon-based artist and filmmaker Gabriel Abrantes as part of its new exhibition series List Projects, which focuses on supporting emerging artists at pivotal points in their career. With a distinct
theatricality, cinematographic beauty, and narrative style, along with a historical and politicized focus, Abrantes crafts fictions around the new identities and relations of desire forged through globalization.
(Press release April 2013)

MIT Museum Presents First US Exhibition By Photographer Joël Tettamanti
Compass Points: Joël Tettamanti on view February 15 through August 31, 2013

The exhibition Compass Points: Joël Tettamanti, in the Kurtz Gallery for Photography at the MIT Museum features over 70 works by the contemporary photographer in his first US exhibition.
(Press release 2/14/2013)

MIT Museum Opens New Exhibition Hidden Heroes: The Genius of Everyday Things on view April 13-September 1, 2013
On Saturday, April 13th, the first day of the Cambridge Science Festival, the MIT Museum will also open its newest exhibition, Hidden Heroes: The Genius of Everyday Things. Originating in Germany, this traveling exhibition was developed by the Vitra Design Museum in cooperation with Hi-Cone, and includes cases of objects, patent drawings, movies and advertising posters. Showcasing the importance of design in engineering, this array of 36 classic objects embodies ideals of modernism that are both relevant and popular among students and young people.
(Press release 2/25/2013)

MIT Presents a Spectrum of Sound Art for CAST Spring Sound Series
Spring 2013 marks MIT’s first Spring Sound Series, presenting 20 artists on the forefront of sound art in four genre bending concerts, 12 lecture-demos and the film Trimpin: The Sound of Invention.
The Spring Sound Series is produced by the newly established MIT Center for Art, Science & Technology (CAST). Events take place from February through May 2013 at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
(Press release 1/23/2013)

Chick Corea Premiere to Mark 50th Anniversary of Jazz at MIT April 27th at Kresge Auditorium
In Celebration of the 50th anniversary of Jazz at MIT, Chick Corea, NEA Jazz Master and recipient of 18 Grammy awards, is composing a work for the MIT Festival Jazz Ensemble.
(Press release 1/15/2013)

Amalia Pica at MIT List Visual Arts Center February 8, 2013-April 7, 2013
The MIT List Visual Arts Center and Museum of Contemporary Art (MCA) Chicago present Amalia Pica, the artist’s first major solo museum exhibition in the United States. The exhibition provides the first in-depth look at the last ten years of this London-based, Argentina-born artist’s work.

Laric: Versions at MIT List Visual Arts Center February 8, 2013-April 7, 2013
Oliver Laric’s ongoing video works Versions (2009-2012) reflects the conditions of the digital: how original and copy, thing and thought, event and document, are collapsed in a flattened information space where everything rests a click away from everything else.


In the Holocene at MIT List Visual Arts Center October 19, 2012-January 6, 2013
Exhibition explores art as a speculative science, investigating principles more commonly associated with scientific or mathematical thought.
In the Holocene includes a series of Thursday night film screenings and related public programs.
(Press release, 10/10/2012)

Muntadas: About Academia art&education, 1/4/2013.

Tomás Saraceno astonishes once more at HangarBicocca, Milan
HangarBicocca in Milan presents On Space Time Foam, a major exhibition project by Tomás Saraceno. He is the inaugural Visiting Artist at the Center for Art, Science & Technology (CAST) at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in Cambridge, MA
(Press release, 10/05/2012)

Tomas Saraceno is Inaugural Visiting Artist in Newly Established Center for Art, Science & Technology
Tomás Saraceno, Vik Muniz & Don Byron Among MIT’s Eight Visiting Artists
Creative artists enhance MIT’s culture of innovation while connecting faculty and students from across the Institute
(Press release, 9/05/2012)

MIT Museum Announces New Exhibition of Holograms and the 9th International Symposium on Display Holography

(Press release, 6/27/2012)

MIT establishes a Center for Art, Science & Technology (CAST)
$1.5M grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation will launch CAST
(Press release, 4/12/2012)

MIT Dedicates Monumental Sculpture by International Artist Cai Guo-Qiang
Ring Stone joins MIT Public Art Collection as artist’s first work for a university campus
(Press release, 4/5/2012)

MIT Museum Opens New Photography Gallery May 3
Inaugural exhibition Berenice Abbott. Photography and Science: An Essential Unity
(Press release, 4/3/2012)

Joachim Koester: To navigate, in a genuine way, in the unknown…
Exhibition on view May 10 – July 8, 2012 at the MIT List Visual Arts Center
First major U.S. museum exhibition survey of Danish-born, New York-based artist Joachim Koester
(Press release, 4/1/2012)

MIT Hosts Robert Lepage: 2012 Eugene McDermott Award in the Arts Recipient
Eugene McDermott Award in the Arts at MIT among the most generous cultural prizes in the US; Lepage campus residency includes public programs, collaboration with MIT students, and a gala.
(Press release, 3/12/2012)

Composer Jamshied Sharifi Presents World Premiere at MIT: Work Recognizes the Arab Spring
(Press release, 2/27/2012)

MIT Hosts Distinguished Visiting Artists in Spring 2012
(Press release, 2/13/2012)


Multidisciplinary Performance and Media Artist Robert Lepage 2012 Recipient of the Eugene McDermott Award in the Arts at MIT
(Press release, 10/27/2011)

Paul Ha, director of Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis, selected as director of MIT’s List Visual Arts Center
(Press release, 9/9/2011)

(Press release, 4/1/2011)

Festival of Art, Science, and Technology (FAST) kicks off
(Press release, 1/28/2011)


MIT Program in Art, Culture and Technology hosts a tribute in honor of former CAVS fellow Maryanne Amacher: October 22
(Press release, 8/13/2010)

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, 4/15/2010)

MIT Wind Ensemble celebrates renowned composer, educator and tuba player, Kenneth Amis on May 1 (Press release, 4/12/2010)

MIT Symphony Orchestra concert features MIT sophomore and 12-year old soloist: May 7 (Press release, 3/24/2010)

Dramashop stages ‘Arms and the Man’ (Press release, 3/22/2010)

MIT Symphony Orchestra bridges classical and jazz genres: March 12 (Press release, 2/18/2010)

New England Premiere of ‘Summer Wars’ and talk with director Mamoru Hosoda (Press release, 2/16/2010)

Harbison work to be premiered in honor of Institute Professor Peter Diamond’s retirement (Press release, 2/10/2010)

Norwegian student orchestra to perform at MIT: Feb. 26 (Press release 1/21/2010)

Concert Series at Wellesley College presents the Cypress Quartet’s premiere of commission from MIT composer Elena Ruehr: March 17 (Announcement 1/10/2010)


Boston Chamber Music Society Winter Festival & Forum Series at MIT: Musical Time: Jan 9, 16, 23 (PR Flyer)

Visiting musicians to perform works by MIT composers: Nov 22, Dec 3 (November 10, 2009)

Two geniuses, one work: ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream at MIT Dec. 3-4 (November 6, 2009)

The Symphony Orchestra of the Kurmangazy Kazakh National Conservatory and Kazakh Traditional Ensemble ‘Turan’ to perform at MIT (October 26, 2009)

MIT Symphony Continues 2009-10 Season: Nov. 13 (October 23, 2009)

MIT Symphony Opens 2009-10 Season: Oct. 15 (September 25, 2009)

9th Annual Great Glass Pumpkin Patch–Oct 2-3 (September 16, 2009)

Radius Ensemble appointed Alumni Ensemble in Residence at MIT for 2009-2010 (August 24, 2009)

Underground Railway Theater presents MIT MIT graduate Gioia De Cari’s Truth Values September 10-20, Central Square Theater (July 13, 2009)

MIT Professor Krzysztof Wodiczko exhibits ‘Guests’ at Venice Biennale’s Polish Pavilion (June 11, 2009)

Composer-pianist Donal Fox and writer-actor Ricardo Pitts-Wiley to be visiting artists at MIT (May 18, 2009)

MITDance Theater Ensemble Presents ‘Live Action Anime 2009: Madness
at Mokuba’
(April 22, 2009)

MIT’s Dramashop to Present ‘Antiretrovirals and Water Refugees: A Living Newspaper on Haiti’ (March 19, 2009)

Filmmaker Abderrahmane Sissako to visit MIT (March 18, 2009)

New England Philharmonic to premiere work by MIT faculty members Child and Ouellette (March 18, 2009)

CC@MIT to Present The Life of Galileo April 10-May 17 (March 6, 2009)

MIT Professor Thomas Defrantz Presents Responsive Environment Dance Inspired by Text from Harlem Renaissance (March 6, 2009)

MIT Stages Griot Festival February 28 (February 18, 2009)

Artist Bill Viola named recipient of $75,000 Eugene McDermott Award in the Arts by Council for the Arts at MIT (February 16, 2009)

MIT Salutes Institute Professor John Harbison’s 70th Birthday (February 12, 2009)

South African Photographer and Video Artist Zanele Muholi to visit MIT (January 26, 2009)

Boston Globe: Gondry has ‘Warm feelings for MIT’ (Boston Globe, January 16, 2009)

Darkness Visible’–Guitarist Bryce Dessner & visual artist Matthew Ritchie join forces for MIT events (January 5, 2009)


MIT Physics Prof. Walter Lewin tests art knowledge

(December 4, 2008)

Underground Railway Theater and Catalyst Collaborative@MIT receive grant from National Endowment for the Arts

(December 4, 2008)

Machover’s ‘Skellig’ to
premiere in Gateshead, November 24-29

(November 18, 2008)

Catalyst Collaborative at MIT presents Einstein’s Dreams November 18-December 14

(November 3, 2008)

MIT Alumna Courtney Humphries
reads from her new book Oct. 30

(October 17, 2008)

Celebrate! MIT Symphony Orchestra
opens 2008-09 season with a bang

(September 17, 2008)

MIT/Harvard Cool Japan project presents Tekkon Kinkreet: Oct 1

(September 17, 2008)

Mulatu Astatke to visit
MIT: Public talk October 23

(September 8, 2008)

Great Glass Pumpkin Patch Sept 26-27

(August 25, 2008)

‘Red Lines, Death Vows, Foreclosures,
Risk Structures: Architectures of finance from the Great Depression to the Subprime Meltdown’ at Compton Gallery

(August 20, 2008)

Catalyst Collaborative@MIT
(CC@MIT) presents QED at new Central Square Theater

(June 25, 2008)

Daniel Goodman’s Memorial Day
Piano Concert at MIT to Feature “Babar the Elephant”

(May 2, 2008)

Engineer, Acting, and Hazardous Waste — all in a Day’s Work
for MIT Alumna Helen McCreery

(May 1, 2008)

MIT Brings FEMA trailer project to campus

(April 29, 2008)

Herb Pomeroy
Memorial Concert: Celebrating MIT’s Father of Jazz

(April 22, 2008)

Concerto Competition
winner Jennifer Lai ’11 performs with MIT Symphony Orchestra

(Announcement, April 14, 2008)

MIT Wind
Ensemble releases world premiere recordings of three mavericks on Albany Records

(Announcement, April 8, 2008)

MIT to hold Edward Cohen Memorial Concert

(April 7, 2008)

‘The Mathematics in Music — a
Concert-Conversation with Elaine Chew’

(April 2, 2008)

Catalyst Collaborative @ MIT (CC@MIT) presents preview
performance of Peter Parnell’s play QED

(March 24, 2008)

BSO to premiere Harbison commission

(March 24, 2008)

South African writer, publisher, musician and DJ Ntone Edjabe to visit MIT

(March 10, 2008)

Violist Marcus Thompson to perform at MIT

(March 5, 2008)

Thierry Nlandu, founder and member of
artist-collective Le Groupe Amos to visit MIT

(March 3, 2008)

Alumnus Carlos Prieto returns to MIT

(February 11, 2008)

OPEN AUDITIONS: MIT Symphony Orchestra

(January 22, 2008)


Bassoon: MIT Symphony Orchestra performs with guest bassoonist, John Miller, MIT Class of 1964

(November 15, 2007)

Pianist Ivan Ilic
presents US premiere of MIT Assistant Professor Keeril Makan’s Afterglow

(November 2, 2007)

CC@MIT — MIT-Underground Railway Theater collaboration presents staged reading of ‘The Water Engine’ Dec. 3-4

(October 30, 2007)

Zehetmair String Quartet to perform at MIT Nov. 16

(October 16, 2007)

Brazilian artist
Ana Maria Tavares to visit MIT

(October 11, 2007)

Drag-King Troupe
Nappy Grooves to present Lecture-Demonstration at MIT

(October 1, 2007)

Eye on the Future: MIT Symphony Orchestra Welcomes Adam Boyles

(September 25, 2007)

MIT presents:

7th Annual “Great Glass Pumpkin Patch” October 5-6;

10th Annual Page Hazlegrove Lecture in Glass Art October 11

(September 5, 2007)

Herb Pomeroy,
founder of MIT Festival Jazz Ensemble, dies

(News Office, 8/14/2007)

Grammy Award winning musician Don Byron to be MLK Visiting Professor at MIT

(August 2, 2007)

MIT presents jazz artists Kenny
Werner, Joe Lovano, Judi Silvano in world premiere of major wind ensemble composition May 11

(March 30, 2007)

MIT and
Underground Railway Theater, in association with the inaugural Cambridge Science Festival, present
‘Einstein’s Dreams’ April 19-29

(March 19, 2007)

Empire Brass tuba player
Kenneth Amis to appear with MIT Wind Ensemble

(February 23, 2007)

Jazz artist Magali Souriau
to appear at MIT in rare Boston-area appearance

(February 21, 2007)

Adam Boyles appointed director of
MIT Symphony Orchestra

(February 13, 2007)

Interdisciplinary artist/writer Coco Fusco
to visit & speak at MIT

(February 12, 2007

MIT announces visiting musicians for Spring 2007

(January 30, 2007)

Playwright Suzan-Lori Parks returns to MIT;
Dramashop stages her ‘Imperceptible Mutabilities in the Third Kingdom’

(January 11, 2007)


MIT’s Center for Advanced Visual Studies receives $40K NEA grant (Malpede and Starling residencies funded)

(December 12, 2006)

MIT & Underground Railway
Theater (CC@MIT) present ‘On Ego’

(November 2, 2006)

Evan Ziporyn receives
MIT’s Kepes Prize

(October 12, 2006)

Japanese artist Noboru Tsubaki named 2006 Ida Ely Rubin Artist-in-Residence at MIT

(October 10, 2006)

Parks selected by MIT to receive $70K McDermott Award for innovation in the arts

(September 19, 2006)

MIT professor
(Evan Ziporyn), alum (Christopher Adler) premiere works at Carnegie Hall

(September 14, 2006)

Marcus Thompson, top string quartets continues MIT’s celebration of Mozart 250th birthday

(September 12, 2006)

MIT presents
7th Annual ‘Great Glass Pumpkin Patch’ September 29-30

(August 14, 2006)

writer/musician/activist Chris Abani to visit MIT

(August 8, 2006)

public art named to “Big Ten”

(July 26, 2006)

New work by
MIT’s Thomas DeFrantz chosen for New York Musical Theatre Festival

(July 17, 2006)

senior Matthew Roitstein to compete in international flute competition

(May 17, 2006)

MIT-Underground Railway Theater collaboration presents staged reading of “Partition” May 15 & 16

(April 4, 2006)

program to aid hurricane-affected museums

(March 13, 2006)

star Darius de Haas to perform/speak at MIT

(March 10, 2006)

Conceptual artist Ann Lislegaard to discuss “Sound,
Light and Video Works” at MIT March 6

(February 7, 2006)

MIT-Underground Railway Theater collaboration presents staged
reading of ‘Einstein’s Dreams’ March 13 & 14

(February 6, 2006)

Grammy-nominated Collage New Music to present free concert
at MIT honoring the late MIT composer Edward Cohen

(January 24, 2006)


Ellen T. Harris receives 2005 Kepes Prize

(November 3, 2005)

MIT’s Oct 30 “Bayou Bash” benefit concert to feature top New Orleans musicians

(October 18, 2005)

MIT Professor Marcus Thompson salutes Mozart’s 250th birthday

(September 13, 2005)

Charming Hostess: Revolutionary Voices Sing at MIT Sept 16

(September 1, 2005)

MIT presents 5th Annual “Great Glass Pumpkin Patch” September 23-24

(August 30, 2005)

Graffiti artists TATS CRU visit MIT. Free presentation: Sept 20

(August 16, 2005)

Composer/Musician Jewlia Eisenberg to visit MIT. Free presentation Sept 15

(August 8, 2005)

“White Noise/White Light” at MIT May 2-8

(April 14, 2005)

Film director Michel Gondry to speak at MIT April 5

(March 18, 2005)

Tap dance artist Dianne Walker to perform, speak at MIT April 2

(March 18, 2005)

Writer Paul Auster and Clarinetist Don Byron
Appear Together at MIT March 4

(February 7, 2005)

Architect/Engineer Santiago Calatrava Selected by MIT to receive
$70,000 McDermott Award for Innovation in the Arts

(February 2, 2005)

Author/Filmmaker Ruth Ozeki to Visit MIT

(January 19, 2005)


Jazz Artist Kenny Werner to Perform at MIT November 17 and 19

(November 2, 2004)

Origami Master Robert J. Lang to Visit MIT

(October 29, 2004)

Krzysztof Wodiczko Receives Kepes Prize

(October 7, 2004)

Angus Gibson to Visit MIT

(September 27, 2004)

Dancer/Choreographer Elizabeth Streb to Speak at MIT

(September 24, 2004)

MIT artist/prof creates luminous sound-scape
at 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens, Greece

(August 13, 2004)

MIT presents 4th Annual “Great Glass Pumpkin Patch” Sept 17-18

(August 9, 2004)

Novelist Margaret Atwood to Give Free Talk at MIT April 4

(March 4, 2004)

Poet Robert Creeley and saxophonist Steve Lacy Kick Off New ‘Words and Music’ series at MIT

(March 1, 2004)


Composer Libby Larsen Honored by MIT Arts Council

(October 15, 2003)

MIT presents 3rd Annual “Great Glass Pumpkin Patch” Oct. 11-12

(September 19, 2003)

Composer, Musician, Activist Peggy Seeger to Appear at MIT

(August 15, 2003)

Theaters Collaborate With MIT on New Cambridge Home

(June 16, 2003)

Chinese Artist Cai Guo-Qiang to Speak at MIT

(March 31, 2003)

Richard Feynman Fest at MIT to Feature Staged Reading of “Q.E.D.,” Discussion

(January 9, 2003)

Senegalese Drummer Lamine Touré to Appear at MIT

(January 8, 2003)


Activist/Actress/Writer Vinie Burrows to Receive McDermott Award from MIT

(October 11, 2002)

‘Great Glass Pumpkin Patch’ Returns to MIT

(September 16, 2002)

MIT Hosts Sypmosium on “Copenhagen”

(April 17, 2002)

MIT presents American Music Series March 2-May 10, 2002

(February 6, 2002)


MIT Professor John Maeda wins National Design Award from Smithsonian’s Cooper-Hewitt

(December 4, 2001)

MIT Wind Ensemble premieres “Coyote’s Dinner”

(October 30, 2001)

MIT Media Lab exhibit examines technology’s transformation of portraiture

(October 18, 2001)

Filmmaker Isaac Julien to receive McDermott Award from MIT

(October 17, 2001)

Linda Tillery and the Cultural Heritage Choir at MIT October 21

(September 14, 2001)

MIT presents Balinese puppeteer Wayan Wija in World Premiere of ‘Shadow Bang’ October 12-14

(September 10, 2001)

Playwright/director Moises Kaufman to give free talk at MIT–Oct 4

(August 29, 2001)

MIT Announces Visiting Artists for Fall 2001

(August 20, 2001)

MIT “Great Glass Pumpkin Patch” will dazzle the eye, benefit MIT’s Glass Lab–Sept 15-16

(August 17, 2001)