To learn about historic Boston's thriving contemporary artists, National Geographic interviewed two recent MassArt alumnae: Daisy St. Sauveur '19 BFA Printmaking and Biana Bova '19 BFA Illustration.
Photo by Juan Arredondo
DC Moore Gallery in New York hosts a solo exhibition of the latest paintings by alumnus Eric Aho '88 BFA Printmaking. The gallery describes his work as "necessary and regenerative antidote from the chaotic cultural climate we find ourselves immersed in every day." On view through November 10, 2018.
Daisy St. Sauveur '19 BFA Printmaking shares her experience studying fine art with Boston Voyager,
"No matter what class, I would be doodling on the back of my homework and not paying attention to whatever was on the board. I got in trouble almost every week, but in the end it was all worth it after being accepted to Massachusetts College of Art. I started my freshman year in the fall of 2015, excited to sketch on the front of my homework instead of the back."
Interiors and Sources interviews Kate Casey '08 BFA Printmaking on her one woman operation, Peg Woodworking, where she creates collections that are customizable in shape, size, and color.