CULTURUNNERS was part of the Armory’s special ‘Focus’ section featuring artists from the MENAM region of the Middle East, North Africa and the Mediterranean.
CULTURUNNERS at The Armory Show
CULTURUNNERS was part of the Armory’s special ‘Focus’ section featuring artists from the MENAM region of the Middle East, North Africa and the Mediterranean.
CULTURUNNERS at The Armory Show
The winners of the inaugural cycle of the William J. Mitchell ++ Fund have been announced, chosen from more than 20 applications.
Nine Win Grants from William J. Mitchell ++ Fund
The winners of the inaugural cycle of the William J. Mitchell ++ Fund have been announced, chosen from more than 20 applications.
Nine Win Grants from William J. Mitchell ++ Fund
A collection of nearly fifty faculty members’ research and design projects were on display in SA+P’s Wolk Gallery this winter, bringing into full view the extraordinary range of work that contributes to the ongoing discourse in the architecture department.
Building Discourse
n February, the US Postal Service inducted MIT architecture alumnus Robert Robinson Taylor into its Black Heritage Series, issuing a new postage stamp in his honor.
New Stamp Honors MIT’s First Black Graduate
The Collier Memorial marks the site of tragedy with a timeless structure—translating the phrase "Collier Strong" into a space of remembrance through a form that embodies the concept of strength through unity.
Sean Collier Memorial
Timothy Hyde, Associate Professor in Architecture, and Iyad Rahwan, Associate Professor of Media Arts and Sciences.
Introducing Two New Professors
This spring and summer, the MIT List Visual Arts Center is presenting seven seminal film and single-channel video works by pioneering artist and SA+P Professor Emerita Joan Jonas.
Joan Jonas: Selected Films and Videos, 1972-2005
The work of Gyorgy Kepes, from 1937 through 1947, is on display at Tate Liverpool in northern England.
Gyorgy Kepes on Display at Tate Liverpool
An Illustrated Tour of MIT Work in Urbanization
The Future is Cities
MIT has received one of the largest gifts in its history, from alumnus Samuel Tak Lee ’62, SM ’64
SA+P Receives One of Largest Gifts in MIT History