MIT and SA+P have three main venues with exhibits that regularly feature the work of faculty, researchers and students, as well as guest artists.
The Wolk Gallery, in the School of Architecture + Planning, mounts several art and design exhibitions a year in its space. It was established in 1995 in recognition of Elliot K. Wolk, Class of 1957, whose generous donation of Frank Stella's four-wall sculpture and collage, Loohooloo, is permanently installed in the adjacent Stella Conference Room.
Exhibitions are organized by Gary Van Zante, Curator of Architecture and Design at the MIT Museum (617.253.2825; firstname.lastname@example.org).
Imre Halasz: Architect and Educator
May 17 – July 14, 2017
Opening Reception: Wednesday, May 17, 2017, 5:30 – 7pm, Wolk Gallery (7-338)
Open to: the general public
The Elliot K. Wolk Gallery is free and open to the public Monday through Friday, 9 am - 5 pm. The gallery is located in MIT Building 7, Room 338, at 77 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge.
The Keller Gallery was established in the fall of 2011 with a generous donation of materials and labor in kind from Shawn Keller, principal with C.W. Keller & Associates, an architectural millwork, furniture and design firm.
A vest-pocket space at about 200 square feet, the gallery shows a steady stream of faculty, student and experimental work, including work from alumni and friends.
Big Data, Visualization, and Society
Opens November 17, 2016
Open to: the general public
Located in MIT Building 7, Room 408, it is free and open to the public Monday through Saturday from 9AM to 6PM.
PLAZmA Digital Gallery
The PLAZmA Digital Gallery is an electronic showcase of work and events on display in the school’s public areas. From early morning to late evening, continuously running content is displayed on nine large monitors distributed throughout the school.
- Faculty and student work (in still or animated formats)
- Material from school publications and galleries
- Simulcast or recorded talks and lectures
- School events and activities calendar
Faculty and students are also welcome to use some of the monitors on an as-needed basis for laptop presentations; the content on the PLAZmA Digital Gallery will be overridden for the duration of the presentation. (You need a VGA cable in order to connect your laptop to a screen.)
For feedback, comments and more information on how to submit content, please contact email@example.com.
Not sure about what to submit? Click here for suggestions about how to make a good PLAZmA show.
The MIT Museum frequently features exhibits on architecture and visual studies in its main galleries at 265 Massachusetts Avenue, as well as in its Compton Gallery, located in the heart of campus under the big dome. The Museum's eGallery, a virtual exhibition space and archive, features sites designed specifically as virtual exhibitions, spotlighting museum collections as well as exhibitions no longer on display in its galleries.
The List Visual Arts Center, three galleries on the first floor of the Media Lab's Wiesner Building, presents 5-8 shows a year exploring contemporary artmaking in all media. Artists of national and international stature, as well as emerging artists, are featured.