See what the MIT Museum is planning for this groundbreaking exhibition tracing the legacy of influential naval engineer Nathaneal Greene Herreshoff.
This retrospective of photographer Mila Teshaieva’s multi-year work on constructed identities, is drawn from three recent projects in which she interrogates the idea of nation as an "imagined community” and a political construct that is often in conflict with private and public memory.
To mark the 50th anniversary of the opening of the MIT Center for Advanced Visual Studies (CAVS), the MIT Museum plans an historical overview through selected works by CAVS research fellows, students and professors.
An unprecedented opportunity to see and compare the beautifully rendered images of renowned scientist Santiago Ramón y Cajal (1852-1934), with contemporary visualizations of the brain created by neuroscientists at MIT and other universities.
Press a pedal or turn a crank and you’ll put Ganson’s machines into motion.