Art Across Campus: Public Art and the Permanent Collection at MIT

Art Across Campus: Public Art and the Permanent Collection at MIT

On view at MIT Stratton Student Center

August 1, 2019–July 30, 2021

Since 1965, MIT has been collecting and commissioning large-scale public artworks for all to enjoy. The Percent-for-Art program, formally instituted in 1968, allots funding for each new major renovation or building project on campus and facilitates the continued growth of MIT’s renowned collection. The current Student Center display features works on paper by Jennifer Bartlett, Antony Gormley, Dan Graham, Sarah Sze, and Lawrence Weiner, as well as preparatory drawings and sketches by Theodore Roszak and Gary Wiley. Each of these artists  are represented in MIT’s public art collection, and their large scale commissions can be seen across campus.

 For more information about the public art on campus and a self-guided tour, visit listart.oncell.com. Guided tours are also offered regularly.

XCOVID-19In response to COVID-19, the List Visual Arts Center closed March 13, and will remain so until further notice. For more information and updates clickhere.