Caroline Kipp '13 BFA Fibers discusses her plans to elevate George Washington University Museum and The Textile Museum as places for contemporary art, to make sure textile artists are represented, and more.
Using data from different weather stations, faculty Nathalie Miebach's sculpture series "Changing Waters" is on This is Colossal.
Cate McQuaid of the Boston Globe reviews the work of recent fibers graduates, no on view in "Tense" at the Fort Point Arts Community Gallery.
McQuaid writes, "'Tense,' while intentionally discomforting, also feels bright, earnest, and a little raw, like the work of newly minted artists. That’s tense, too, of course — rough edges that in time will be sanded down."
WBUR The Artery suggests a visit to alumna Sheila Pepe's "Hot Mess Formalism" at The deCordova Sculpture Park & Museum in their roundup of holiday gifts for feminists.
For the inaugural exhibition in the Frances Euphemia Thompson Gallery, the College is proud to display the work of another artist with strong ties to MassArt, Theresa-India Young (1950-2008), as well as work by current students and alumni who have received the memorial scholarship that honors her. A talented weaver with an encyclopedic knowledge of techniques, materials, and methods from numerous cultures throughout the world, her areas of expertise included Backstrap, Ikat, Kente, European tapestry, and Navajo weaving.
Erin Shaw '11 BFA Fibers, who was named Scout Magazine's "Best Visual Artist, 2016," was interviewed by Boston Voyager about her art and her advice to other artists.