Cedric Douglas '11 BFA Graphic Design handed out roses with the name and photo portrait of "one of more than 1,000 black people" killed by police in the United States during the past five years. This artistic endeavor is a result of Douglas' work as the Artist-in-Residence at Emerson College.
For the second time, MassArt alumna Warrenton Middle School art teacher Marisa Pappas '82 BFA Graphic Design has received a prestigious award from The National Art Education Association (NAEA). Pappas has been named "The National Middle Level Art Educator for 2018."
Graphic Design Certificate alumna Jodi Colella “meets” mysterious women from old daguerrotypes and introduces them to new generations of art lovers in her upcoming exhibit, Unidentified Women at Form & Concept in Sante Fe, New Mexico.
MassArt alumnus Brian Collins '82 BFA Graphic Design speaks to Ilise Benun about the future of design, including how Alexa may change the world.
This exhibition is a tribute to artist Barkley L. Hendricks’ legacy and a celebration of new generations of figurative artists of color.
Monday - Saturday 12:00pm - 6:00pm • Wednesdays 12:00pm - 8:00pm
The Swiss poster revolutionized mid-century graphic design. Championing precise, rational design constructed with original features such as grid-based layouts, sans-serif typefaces like Helvetica, and the use of photography for illustrative effect, Swiss graphic designers quickly dominated the world market. This exhibition offers a brief survey of Swiss posters from 1945 to 2001 and includes iconic original works by Armin Hofmann, Josef Müller-Brockmann, Wolfgang Weingart, and others.
Monday - Saturday, 9AM - 5PM
Cedric Douglas '11 BFA Graphic Design continues with his creation of street murals - this time in Peabody, MA as part of the "Murals Live" project, coordinated by Peabody Cultural Collaborative. The mural outside of South Peabody Liquors honors Douglas' grandmother, who was a single mother who brought his family from Jamaica and raised 13 children.
Graphic Design Professor Lisa Rosowsky curated an exhibition of "Ghost Portraits" at Harvard School of Public Health. The exhibition aims to honor the overlooked contributions of significant black and Native American figures in the field.