Evan Kramer’s latest foray into urban astrophotography puts the focus on his fellow researchers.
In the late '60s, young Boston artists began polishing their craft in MIT's Roxbury Photographers Training Program, the subject of a new exhibition at the MIT Museum.
At a recent MIT Edgerton Center event, Professor J. Kim Vandiver shared the story of his mentor, a beloved educator at the Institute.
Exhibit at MIT's Koch Institute attempts to make visible the luminary personalities behind major scientific and engineering advances.
Students featured in public art exhibits in prominent locations throughout Boston.
PhD students discuss their participation in The Poetry of Science project and the importance of bringing the arts into science communication.
Postdoc Michele Gabriele, who loves imaging nature at all scales, turns a rained out road trip into an epic photo op.
Landscape architecture photographs will be shared as a learning resource.
Photographer’s new book describes ways for researchers to make their images more informative and appealing.
Lively program with the author celebrates the release of “Ai Weiwei: Beijing Photographs, 1993 – 2003” at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.
MIT professor’s book develops a new narrative about photography and the ways we use it, from the place where it all began.