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All School Show
What is 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. Beginning in 2015 MFA candidates have also begun to submit work to the show. 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, 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.
This year, the All School Show was created in a virtual 3-D gallery. Links to view the shows can be found below along with the award results.
Animation and Fashion Design Art Education Communication Design, Fibers, and Glass Film/Video and Sculpture Illustration Painting Photography and Industrial Design Printmaking and Ceramics SIM and Jewelry/Metals Studio Foundation