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Annual Fund 

Support the MIT List Visual Center by making a gift of any size to the annual fund.  Every contribution helps further the List’s mission of supporting emerging artists.

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Matt Johnson's Untitled(Swan) sculpture of a warped bent metal train track is pictued in front of MIT campus buildings.

Gifts of Art 

The List Center welcomes gifts of art that enhance one of the collections: Student Lending, Campus Loan, and works of permanent art. All gifts are considered and voted on by the collection committee. If you are interested in working with us to give a work of art, please contact sjallen [at] mit.edu (Susie Allen)

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Planned Giving 

Plan for your future and for MIT’s with a planned gift to the List Center. Making a planned gift to the List Visual Arts Center enables you to meet your financial goals while achieving your charitable aspirations. Join a community of supporters that is helping advance MIT’s mission.

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Endowment Gifts 

The List Center benefits from long-established endowments, which help to sustain the long-term goals of the museum. It is an investment in the arts sector at MIT that will benefit the larger community for years to come. If you are interested in learning more about endowment opportunities, please contact sjallen [at] mit.edu (Susie Allen)title="mailto:xxxx [at] mit.edu".

 

A black freestanding clock with a restrained modern design

Alicja Kwade, Against the Run, 2019. MIT Collection Commissioned with MIT Percent-for-Art funds. Photo by Charles Mayer Photography.

Corporate Membership 

Located in the heart of Kendall Square on MIT’s East Campus, the List Center is a vital part of the community. Corporate membership offers a deeper, expanded experience for employees of companies with an interest in contemporary art.

Corporate members are offered exclusive access to the museum, exhibitions, and collections; able to meet compelling artists, curators, and fellow collectors; and enjoy a broad array of stimulating talks, trips, and events.

People walk around a sculpture by Kathleen Ryan in the MIT List Center galleries.