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Student Roundup: Fall 2013

Below are just a few of the ways for you to join the MIT student arts community. All are welcome!


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Join the Grad Arts Forum
Grad Arts Forum participants celebrated the holidays at the Copley Society on Newbury Street. Future events include lectures and social gatherings on campus and around Boston.
Take an IAP class
Work with Emmy Award winning filmmaker Katerina Cizek in an interactive documentary workshop January 27-30.
Learn how to receive a grant from the Council for the Arts for your art project at an info session on January 27.
Become an Arts Scholar
Join fellow students who love the arts and and apply to be an Arts Scholar by March 7. You'll be in great company as you attend exhibits and performances, such as a recent trip to the Boston Ballet. Congrats to Arts Scholar Grace Young, an Arts Editor for The Tech, who recently was awarded a Marshall Scholarship.
Interact with Visiting Artists
MIT hosts artists throughout the year. Watch this video to see what artists are doing at MIT.  Coming up on March 12-14, Olafur Eliasson will be at MIT for a residency as part of the Eugene McDermott Award in the Arts at MIT. Visit the website and watch a video.
Exhibit your art on campus
The Wiesner Student Art Gallery is a space for student art located in W20, 2nd floor. The current exhibition is Object-ive Narratives: Process featuring work by Kylie Kawano (’14), Emily Kellison-Linn (’16), and Melissa Schumacher (G).
Photo header Peter Godart Jazz Trio performs at Graduate Arts Soiree. Photo by Sam Magee.
Students attend a Grad Arts Forum at the Copley Society. Photo by Sam Magee.

Arts Scholars attend La Bayadere at the Boston Ballet. Photo by Sam Magee.
Still of Vik Muniz in the MIT Visiting Artists Program video
Photo of Katerina Cizek by Jaime Hogge, courtesy of the National Film Board of Canada.
Image of Object-
ive Narratives: Process work by Kylie Kawano (’14).
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