Visual Resourcefulness at MassArt


Public Art at MIT by caitlin
May 15, 2009, 4:37 pm
Filed under: Caitlin

We have a lot of great stuff surrounding us here in America’s college town.  So with classes ending and the weather reaching perfection get out in the sunshine and check out what the richer schools have to offer!

The List Visual Art Center at MIT has created a map of all their public art pieces scattered around campus.  It also has markers for architecturally significant buildings such as Alvar Aalto’s Baker house and the MIT Chapel designed by Eero Saarinen. You could really impress your friends and family with all your art school knowledge (even if you have to print out a cheat sheet). Honestly what could be better that walking around town on a sunny day with an iced coffee in hand looking at art for free?

Baker House dormitory at MIT by Alvar Aalto image by ryan_d_cole

Baker House dormitory at MIT by Alvar Aalto image by ryan_d_cole

http://listart.mit.edu/map

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