The School of Architecture and Planning is home to three exhibitions spaces that regularly feature the work of our faculty, researchers, students, and alumni.

For more information about our venues, visit the Galleries page.


Jun 6, 2019 to Sep 1, 2019

An exhibition of thesis explorations by graduate students in architecture, urban design and planning, art, media studies, and real estate. On display are documentary depictions of drawings, renderings, and photography, as well as models and videos.

Location: Gallery 9 (lobby of MIT Building 9, 105 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge
Hours: Monday to Friday, 8am to 5pm
Cost: Free and open to the public.

Curated by Laura Knott.

Feb 20, 2019 to Jan 31, 2020

The MIT Museum’s Drawing, Designing, Thinking exhibition looks at the 150-year history of architecture instruction at MIT. Here, as a complement to this wide-ranging presentation, What if… highlights the persistent culture of daring at the School of Architecture and Planning.