Arts, fashion, determination, and community culminate at an event by student-run Infinite Magazine A gallery of art by independent creators, creations from classes on campus, and a runway where MIT models strut, displaying designers’ work, were all showcased at MIT … Continued
The Harold and Arlene Schnitzer Prize in the Visual Arts was established in 1996 through an endowment from Harold and Arlene Schnitzer of Portland, Oregon. Schnitzer, a real estate investor, graduated from MIT in 1944 with a degree in metallurgy. … Continued
MIT’s Nicholas Negroponte predicted in 1995 that “being digital” would have us entering a realm increasingly unconstrained by the materiality of the world. Two decades later, our everyday lives are indeed ever more suffused by computation and calculation. But unwieldy … Continued
Fashion had an unlikely muse at the Descience Fashion Show, a runway competition hosted in MIT’s Media Lab. Instead of the usual celebrities and socialites, the designers drew their inspiration from molecular biologists, neuroscientists, biomedical engineers, climatologists and scientists from … Continued
Exhibit by MIT professor Azra Akšamija explores how art and architecture can act as vehicles for community making in contexts of conflict and crisis.