Edwynn Houk Gallery presents an exhibition of thirteen large-scale photographs by Professor Emeritus Abelardo Morell from his series and book Flowers for Lisa.
Lenscratch describes Professor Emeritus Abelardo Morell's lastest book, Flowers for Lisa: A Delirium of Photographic Invention as a "joyful new series" and a "journey into the splendor of floral worlds, into the delicisouness of color, fragility, and beauty."
Lenscratch celebrates alumna Jess Dugan's newest photographic project, book, and exhibition, "To Survive on This Shore: Photographs and Interviews with Transgender and Gender Nonconforming Older Adults."
Scarlett Hoey '12 BFA Photography and Art History was able to use MassArt's large format Polaroid camera before it retires. Hoey's prize-winning work was on display in three different shows at the Fitchburg Art Museum this summer.
To celebrate the number of artists from Worcester in the show, the museum offered complimentary admission to Worcester residents and their guests on August 5.
"Artists deal in the currency of hope" - Ekua Holmes, alumna and Assistant Director of the Center for Art and Community Partnerships, on her new project: planting 10,000 sunflowers all over Roxbury, spreading beauty - and hope - through seeds.
MassArt alumna and Assistant Director of the Center for Art and Community Partnerships developed "The Roxbury Sunflowers Project" via the Public Art Accelerator program from independent public art curators Now + There.
The FLAT Art Foundation presents Genevieve Gaignard: Counterfeit Current, the alumna's first New York solo exhibition on view through August 17, 2018.
Zoe Perry Wood '81 BFA Photography was awarded third place in the Center's Director's Choice Awards for her project, Hanging in the Balance: Portraits from the BAGLY Prom.