March 1, 2023 / ,

CSF in MIT News!

Science Surfaces, a fashion exhibition inspired by images of science and engineering, is on display at MIT. Teen designers created designs with support from professionals at the Koch Institute, MIT Museum, Boston Public Library, and School of Fashion Design, Boston.

CSF in The Harvard Crimson! Welcome to “Borealis,” the art installation that served as the centerpiece of this year’s Cambridge Science Festival — a weeklong celebration of science, technology, engineering, […]

CSF on wbur – listen now! Swiss artist and activist Dan Acher spoke to Radio Boston host Tiziana Dearing at WBUR CitySpace just before the U.S. launch of his exhibition, “Borealis.” The […]

Cambridge Science Festival in the Boston Globe! An immersive, multisensory installation is coming to Kendall Square, reimagining the aurora borealis with a three-hour light and sound show. Check out the […]

October 5, 2022 / ,

CSF in Dig Boston!

“Meaningful conversations around fashion will be one of the most rewarding elements of this year’s festivities.”

September 19, 2022 / ,

Meet John Durant – The Mark R. Epstein (Class of 1963) Director, MIT Museum​

With weeks to go until the opening of the new MIT Museum on October 2 and the Cambridge Science Festival from October 3-9, we caught up with John Durant, Director of the MIT Museum and founder of the Festival. Under Durant’s ambitious and determined stewardship, both have out-grown their homes, relocated, and will soon relaunch to the Cambridge community.

August 30, 2022 / , ,

Meet Jay Calderin, Founder of Boston Fashion Week

Ahead of Cambridge Science Festival’s ground-breaking partnership with Boston Fashion Week we caught up with the Founder of BFW, Jay Calderin, who is programming the events, runways, exhibitions and conversations that make up SCIENCE + FASHION on Saturday October 8, at the Kendall/MIT Open Space.

August 22, 2022 / ,

Meet Brooke Ciardelli, Producer of Cambridge Science Festival.

Tasked with taking the Cambridge Science Festival to bold new heights, Ciardelli’s route to Cambridge practically defines ‘portfolio career’ with an entrepreneurial track record of leading start-ups in the arts, program design and the events/entertainment industries. We caught up with Brooke two months out from her first Cambridge Science Festival, dipped into her fascinating past and found out exactly which events not to miss this October.