ArtsBoston is a nonprofit dedicated to supporting the arts.
The MIT List Visual Arts Center is a creative laboratory that provides artists with space to freely experiment and push existing boundaries.
As the contemporary art museum at MIT, the List Center presents a dynamic program of six to nine special exhibitions in its galleries annually, including a program of evolving site-specific work by emerging artists known as List Projects, as well as a broad range of educational programs, events, and scholarly publications. The List Center does not accept unsolicited exhibition proposals.
Beyond the full slate of special exhibitions and projects it presents each year, the MIT List Visual Arts Center maintains and adds to MIT’s permanent collection; commissions new works through the MIT Percent-for-Art program, a collection of more than 50 site-specific artworks throughout the campus.
Originally named the Hayden Gallery, MIT established this center for the visual arts in 1950 to provide a dedicated structure upon which to build the institute’s existing relationship to the arts. It was renamed the MIT List Visual Arts Center in 1985 in recognition of a gift from Vera and Albert List and relocated to its current, expanded location in the Wiesner Building, which was designed by MIT Alumnus I. M. Pei (B.S. Architecture, 1940) and Partners Architects.
20 Ames Street, Bldg. E15, Cambridge, MA 02142
ALBUQUERQUE LITTLE THEATRE
Tues., Wed., Fri., Sat., Sun., 12-6pm;
Closed Mondays, and major holidays