CAST Visiting Artist Billy Novick performs in The Great Clarinet Summit. Credit: Sham Sthankiya/MIT.
Anat Cohen. Credit Shervin Lainez.
Anat CohenA virtuoso widely recognized as one of the most vital clarinetists working today
Johnny Gandelsman performs in MIT Kresge Auditorium, February 2020. Credit: Leon Yim.
Johnny GandelsmanViolinist Gandelsman "plays with a balletic lightness of touch and a sense of whimsy and imagination" —Boston Globe
Don Byron at MIT. Credit: L. Barry Hetherington.
Don ByronLegendary clarinetist and composer forging what he calls "a sound above genre"
Tomás Saraceno, Biosphere MW32/Flying Garden/Air-Port-City, 2007. Courtesy: Tomás Saraceno. Credit: Rokma.
Tomás SaracenoInflatable and airborne biospheres that expand our thermodynamic imagination
REVERBERATIONS September 25, 2014 MIT Museum SENSING September 27, 2014 2:00 – 5:00 pm Media Lab, MIT Building E14-674
Maya Beiser at the 2017 CAST Symposium. Credit: L. Barry Hetherington.
Maya BeiserMaya Beiser is a “cello goddess” -- The New Yorker
Diemut Strebe. Courtesy of the artist.
Diemut StrebeHow to make a diamond disappear
B. Stephen Carpenter II, Intentional Public Disruptions: Art, Responsibility and Pedagogy.
B. Stephen Carpenter IIIntentional Public Disruptions: Art, Responsibility and Pedagogy
Agnieszka Kurant. Photo: Janek Zamoyski.
Agnieszka KurantCreating art through emergence and collective intelligence
Sarah Cahill. Credit: Christine Alicino.
Sarah Cahill“Sterling Bay Area pianist and an intrepid illuminator of the classical avant-garde” —The New York Times
November 16, 2014 at Kendall Hall (W14)
Hyphen-Labs, NeuroSpeculative AfroFeminism Characters. Courtesy of the Artists.
Pedro Reyes. Photo: Ana Hop.