Public Art Tour Ceilings, Floors, and Everything In Between

August 28, 2016, 2:00PM

Dive into Public Art this summer at MIT.

Examine the ways artists like Matthew Ritchie and Frank Stella have reconsidered MIT’s campus as their canvas. From ceilings to floors to immersive installations, interiors and in-between spaces across the Institute provide rich (if often overlooked) places for artistic discovery. Say goodbye to summer in style by thinking outside the gallery!

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Summer Art Series
Explore MIT’s public art collection in the (relative) quiet of a summer campus. Take part in three thematic tours that offer unique ways to remix, rethink, and relax. Tours start in the List’s lobby at 20 Ames Street.

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Allie Cornell

  • Matthew Ritchie, Games of Chance and Skill, 2002. Mixed media hallway installation. 132 in. x 924 in. (335.28 cm x 2346.96 cm). Commissioned with MIT Percent-for-Art Funds. 

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