Michael Hemann seeks better ways to deploy chemotherapy drugs and overcome tumor resistance.
Elizabeth Goldring, exhibits and projects director with the Center for Advanced Visual Studies, will read from her new book of poems, Without Warning, on Sunday, Jan. 19 at 3pm at the Bromfield Art Gallery in Boston. Ms. Goldring, a visual artist and a poet, will present the reading as part of the gallery's annual Members Show which showcases the work of 16 gallery artists.
The Communications Office not only hopes you'll judge the 1996-97 MIT Bulletin by its cover, but admire the cover enough to want the poster version. The color image of Lobby 7, incorporating illustrations, photographs and text from the Bulletin and designed, illustrated and photographed by artist and designer Tim Moore, is available at the Coop, the MIT Press Book Store and the MIT Museum Shop for $15. MIT offices can purchase the posters in bulk quantities at a discount through the Communications Office, Rm 4-237, x3-1705.
The US Chapter of the International Association of Art Critics awarded the List Visual Art Center's Louise Bourgeois: Drawings exhibition third place in the alternative-space category in their 1995-96 Best Show Competition. The show, organized by the University Art Museum in Berkeley, CA, was on view through December 29.
A version of this article appeared in MIT Tech Talk on January 15, 1997.