To study the normal growth and development of an infant’s brain, MIT neuroscientist Rebecca Saxe posed with her own child, resulting in this moving MRI image, on view in #TheBeautifulBrain. Happy Mother’s day!
Cambridge Science Festival kicks off today with ten days of programs, events, tours, and activities held both in the Museum and around the city. Look online for information on daily programming, and get a glimpse into how the Museum collaborates with local organizations to showcase the leading edge in #STEAM. #CambMA@cambscifest
"Four Feet of Light," Otto Piene (2010-11) is one work among a decade-long series of "light ballets" in which the artist experimented with light, shadow, and kinetic forces. Now on view as part of our exhibition celebrating the 50th anniversary of the MIT Center for Advanced Visual Studies. #CAVS50
Newly opened "György Kepes Photographs: The MIT Years, 1946-1985" explores the work of an innovative artist, whose experimental photography profoundly influenced art and design practice in the second half of the twentieth century. Stop by!
An exhibition celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Center for Advanced Visual Studies, featuring selected works by research fellows, students, and faculty opens Thursday, Feb. 15. 📷 Poetronics, Mark Mendel #cavs50