Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)

The MIT Museum studio in Compton gallery is the experimental arm of the MIT Museum it's driven by soon ideas student energy this is a completely open space a lot of people come in and they're wondering is it a classroom with the laboratory can I do research here what's really going on anything is actuallWhen the whole point of it is to not fit into one of these can a predetermined categories and it is the only space on campus where students can sign your own creative vision on a project an experiment or anything else we want people out there to understand what makes this place to and one of the key things that makes MIT take is are students people are people but there's not always opportunity I get to get away in and work on a creative project and so formula studio is amazing because I had the chance to put aside my other work and go and make something with my hands and feet creative it if you want to have a more formal your experience If you want to simply have access to the space work on some small things and give back to the community as well that's open to you then addition to being erased it also gallery so it's a place where you can show up on a project so I can hear you think of the museum it's learning environment found interactiveArt exhibitions and learning experiences and so we thought why wouldn't we engage students with this so I MIT Museum studio is an incubator space where students can come and build displays some of which we hope will go in the museum for visitors to see I think it's easy for people to isolate themselves into a certain niche of work or academia by Puccini kebaZurich break down those barriers and Walls and consider things that you wouldn't normally consider in a traditional kind of academic setting like how something looks how something feels the MIT Museum studio and constant gallery makes student creativity and learning processes visible I would like to see the studio become a showcase why did the sun parks that kind of student exploration and student expression