Artist Talk: Nick Mauss

October 22, 2018
Event Types
Talk / Lecture
A green and blue painted ceramic parallelogram by Nick Mauss.

Nick Mauss, Dispersed Events, 2018. tin-glazed, hand-painted ceramic mural. An MIT Percent-for-Art Commission for the Landau Chemical Engineering Building. Photo: Peter Harris Studios

Please note: event takes place in Gilliland Auditorium, Bldg. 66 Rm. 110

Join us for the dedication of Dispersed Events by Nick Mauss. This program is in celebration of one of the newest additions to MIT’s Public Art Collection. Nick Mauss works through multiple mediums, including drawing, sculpture, and curated exhibitions.  Dispersed Events is his first permanent installation, conceived specifically for IM Pei’s Building 66. 

About MIT’s Percent-for-Art Program

The MIT List Visual Arts Center maintains one of the most active Percent-for-Art programs in the country.  Over the years MIT’s campus public art collection has continued to grow with new commissions by important and critically acclaimed contemporary artists.

All programs are free and open to the general public. RSVPs are required. RSVP here