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Spring 2021

Read MassArt's plan: Return to Learning & Making



Ceramic, Glass, Magnets
Life can be found in unexpected places: underneath rocks, between boards of wood, in nooks that are overlooked. Thingies, are flower-worm-like creatures that pop up on architecture. They seek unique spatial features- like this cantilevered wall- to take root and multiply. Breeding, and the ambiguity of gender are inherent in their form. They are more joyful than sinister, more playful than aggressive. This installation is meant to evoke curiosity, not only about the object, but the space they inhabit. 

Sculpture student


Sculpture students have the opportunity to work with a wide range of materials, including wood, different types of metals, clay, plaster, mixed media, glass, fiber, stone, and video.

Toys for Elephants

Toys for Elephants

In collaboration with Professors Rick and Laura Brown’s Handhouse Studio and the Buttonwood Park Zoo in New Bedford, MA, MassArt presents this intense interdisciplinary course involving multicultural themes, community service, and design/building studies.


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