Did you know that the List Center presented the US Pavilion at the Venice Biennale in 2015 with Professor Emerita Joan Jonas?
Have you ever wondered why MIT has a contemporary art museum? Read a recent interview in the Smithsonian Magazine with List Center Director Paul C. Ha.
Did you participate in the Student Lending Art Program (SLAP) as a student? CLICK HERE to learn about the collection.
The Fort Mason Center for the Arts Is presenting the US Premiere of Joan Jonas: They Come to Us Without A Word commissioned by Paul C. Ha for the 56th Venice Biennale.
Come meet the team from the MIT List Visual Arts Center, visit this ground breaking exhibition, learn about contemporary art at MIT, and have some drinks with MIT Alum in the area. The List Visual Arts Center is recognized as a leader in the international contemporary art world. Join us to learn more about the List Center, Joan Jonas, and contemporary art at MIT and in our neighborhoods in San Francisco.
This is a members only event. Members can bring one guest with an additional fee. Fees for this event will go towards drinks at Radhaus after the event.
MITCNC Event Wed, Oct 5 / 6:00 pm PT
Computer History Museum
1401 N. Shoreline Blvd.
Mountain View, CA, 94043
Virtual EventMITCNC Event Thu, Oct 13 / 5:00 pm PT Info and Registration
San FranciscoMITCNC Event Mon, Oct 24 / 6:00 pm PT
Spark Social SF
601 Mission Bay Boulevard North
San Francisco, CA, 94158