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The Arnheim Gallery acts as a physical curriculum that furthers the mission and philosophy of the Art Education Department. The gallery is a public venue to showcase the interfaces of art, education, and research. These interwoven contemporary practices provide opportunities for innovation in a gallery setting focused on teaching and learning in the visual arts.
The Brant Gallery provides a forum for interdisciplinary, cross-cultural curriculum development through its exhibition program, lecture series, and visiting artists. The gallery expands the boundaries of the Studio Foundation curriculum by introducing students to contemporary issues in art from a global perspective.
The Design and Media Center, designed by Susan T. Rodriguez of Ennead Architects, opened in January 2016 as the new front door to the MassArt campus. The DMC was carefully designed to establish a new, interdisciplinary flexible space model that would meet the rapidly evolving standards in art and design education and match contemporary studio practices.
The mission of the Patricia Doran Graduate Gallery is to provide space for current MassArt graduate students to experiment and to plan, design, and curate exhibitions. The Doran Gallery aims to foster collaborations across graduate programs and the larger MassArt community.
The Frances Euphemia Thompson Gallery features curated exhibitions honoring distinguished members from the MassArt community. These exhibitions celebrate the work done by artists in their community, innovation in artistic disciplines, and reflections on engaging and thought-provoking pieces.
Founded in 2005, The Godine Family Gallery is a student-run multi-use space harbored within the Studio for Interrelated Media (SIM) Major. Its uses include exhibitions, performances, installations, conferences, lectures, events, and gatherings that serve the MassArt and Boston communities.
MassArt x SoWa Gallery | Suite C-8, 460 Harrison Avenue Boston, MA 02118
The MassArt x SoWa graduate satellite gallery, launched in April of 2021, features the thesis work of the MassArt Graduate Program's Master of Fine Arts students and premier work from the graduate design programs, as well as curatorial projects, alumni exhibitions, student and faculty curated shows, and collaborative exhibitions with community partners.
The Student Life Gallery presents student exhibitions throughout the year. Exhibitions are student-driven and coordinated through the Office of Student Activities and Programs.