Public Art Tour Natural Habitat

July 31, 2016, 2:00PM

Dive into Public Art this summer at MIT.

Join List staff on a public art tour that entangles nature, biology, and artists! From James Melchert’s ceramic mural inspired by the behind-the-scenes processes in the Koch Biology Building, to Cai Guo-Qiang’s use of living Black Pine trees in front of the Sloan School, public art at MIT interacts with nature in a variety of ways. Discover four public artworks across MIT’s campus that bring out your inner naturalist.

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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.

For more information, contact:

Allie Cornell
[617] 253-4680

  • James Melchert, Coming to Light, 1994. Hand-glazed ceramic tile. 168 in. x 2700 in. (426.72 cm x 6858 cm). Commissioned with MIT Percent-for-Art Funds. 

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