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All School Show

All School Show in red and yellow letters on a black background

MassArt All School Show

Week ONEMarch 10 - 16, 2024

RECEPTION | March 14 7-9pm

FILM SCREENING | Animation 7-9pm, Film/Video 7-9pm

CERAMICS & INDUSTRIAL DESIGN | Thompson Gallery, 11th Floor Tower

ART EDUCATION | Arnheim gallery

HISTORY OF ART | South Crackatorium, 1st Floor Between North and DMC

COMMUNICATION DESIGN | Doran Gallery

PAINTING | Tower 1 & West Tower Lobby

STUDIO FOUNDATION | Brant Gallery, 1st Floor South

ANIMATION Tower Auditorium (Screening 3/14)

FILM/VIDEO East Building Screening Room (Screening 3/14)

 
Week TWOMarch 17-23, 2024

RECEPTION | March 21 7-9pm

SIM & FASHION'S BIG ASS GALA | March 21 7pm

STUDIO FOR INTERELATED MEDIA & FASHION DESIGN | Godien Family Gallery, North Crack

GLASS & FIBERS | Thompson Gallery

ILLUSTRATION | Tower 1 & West Tower Lobby

ARCHITECTURE | Arnheim Gallery

PRINTMAKING | South Crackatorium

PHOTOGRAPHY & JEWELRY + METALS | Student Life Gallery

 
WEEK THREE: APRIL 16 - 22, 2023

AWARDS CEREMONY | March 28 from 7-8pm DMC Lecture Hall

RECEPTION | March 28 from 8-9pm in the Thompson Gallery

 

ABOUT THE ALL SCHOOL SHOW

The All School Show is an annual event which features concurrent exhibitions of works by graduating and advancing BFA candidates – first years to seniors across 18 disciplines. The three-week show is a student-led, student-curated series of one-week exhibitions that occur in multiple gallery locations throughout campus; all exhibitions are free and open to the public. Organization, staffing, and funding for the event is directed entirely by undergraduate students through MassArt’s Student Government Association (SGA).

With support from the Office of Student Development, the SGA and student leaders run the entire operation – from the call for entries, poster design and opening night celebrations to a juried competition for awards bestowed in the third and final exhibition. Student curators from each major are collaboratively responsible for curation, exhibition design, art preparation, mounting and opening the three weekly exhibits.

Past All School Shows

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