Mayor Martin J. Walsh and the Mayor's Office of Arts and Culture, in collaboration with the Boston Art Commission, Boston Public Library and Public Facilities Department, today announced MassArt alumnus and Chair of the Fine Arts 3D Department, Matthew Hinçman as the artist selected for a public art project at the Jamaica Plain Branch of the Boston Public Library.
The solo exhibition, "On Waters of Time," by Corinna Sephora '95 BFA Sculpture is now on view at Callanwolde Fine Arts Center.
"Scaffold," a representation of seven gallows used in historic U.S. government executions, by MassArt alumnus Sam Durant '86 BFA Sculpture was recently taken down from the Minneapolis Sculpture Garden. The Los Angeles Times explores the intention of Durant's piece, the decision to remove it, and the concept of censorship.
MassArt students, faculty, and alumni gather with Professors Rick and Laura Brown of Handhouse Studio to create a half-size replica of the Trojan Horse that will be developed for the International Spy Museum in Washington, D.C.
Zachary Jonas took a bladesmithing class at MassArt that led him to a career in knifemaking. Now, his artwork will be featured in the 2017 Smithsonian Craft Show.
Rainfield is the first site-specific installation in the College's new Design and Media Center. Conceptualized by Visiting Professor, sculptor Daniel Clayman, this installation was created in partnership with his 18 students in the fall 2016 class Structured Light.
Christopher Bassett '83 BFA Sculpture, who has served as a floral stylist on more than 15 movie sets, opens his own shop in his hometown of Greenville, South Carolina.
Spalted Maple & Faux Fur
12” x 12” x 9”
SP2015 Material Study was created with a focus on negative space. Smith designed this piece by first envisioning what this piece would sit upon. From there he constructed an angular response, following a contour path.
Smith is interested by internal and external spaces, so he created the trough in the contour that allowed for the fur to be housed within. The relation of material was combined to experiment ways of integrating completely different materials into a cohesive work.