MIT List Visual Arts Center

The MIT List Visual Arts Center is a creative laboratory that provides artists with space to experiment and push boundaries, creating a context for understanding how the contemporary visual arts reflect and express the complex social and cultural issues in a changing world. The dynamic annual program of six to nine gallery exhibitions includes a program of work by emerging artists, known as List Projects, as well as a broad range of educational programs, events, and scholarly publications. As the contemporary art museum at MIT, the List Center also maintains and adds to MIT’s permanent collection; commissions new works through the MIT Percent-for-Art program; and overseethe Student Lending Art Program, a program that lends approximately 600 works of art annually to MIT students.

Photo by Steve Mann.