The MIT Art Club is a group created to promote the appreciation and practice of visual arts at MIT. The club is an outlet for students and other members of the MIT community to express their creativity with others who share this interest.
Meeting for three hours every Saturday in W20-425, members come to draw, paint, and more, often collaborating on art pieces. The club also organizes trips to the Boston Museum of Fine Arts and other exhibitions throughout Boston. Whether you have an expansive portfolio of work, or want to try your hand at visual arts for the first time, the MIT Art Club is open to people of all levels and fields of visual art.
Our sponsors are vital in providing part of the art supplies for the club meetings. If you are interested in collaborating please contact artclub-exec(at)mit.edu.