MassArt in the News
"Art can be a powerful tool for social change, and it’s my hope that my work resonates enough with people to be able to contribute meaningfully to that greater conversation." - Demetri Espinosa '19 BFA Painting is interviewed by Boston Voyager.
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.
A mural inspired by "Drawing Book of Animals" by Caldecott Medal-winning children's book illustrator and alumnus Ed Emberley '54 BFA Painting has been unveiled in Malden, MA.
Professors Rick and Laura Brown's course Toys for Elephants brings functional toys to the elephants at Buttonwood Zoo in New Bedford, MA. "The toys are intended to entice the elephants to figure out how to get the food inside and to use some physical effort to make that happen. In their natural habitat, elephants spend about 18 hours foraging for food, reaching with their trunk and digging with their feet."
Anne Harney '11 BFA Painting exhibits her work on Martha's Vineyard for the first time at Eisenhauer Gallery.
New England Home profiles Boston-based artist and MassArt alumna Youjin Moon, whose imaginative paintings, drawings, and videos invite exploration of a realm somewhere between reality and a dream world.
Erin M. Riley '07 BFA Fibers has her first solo exhibition, "Used Tape," at P•P•O•W Gallery in New York, NY. The exhibition will feature Riley's meticulously crafted, tapestries depicting intimate scenes that reflect on relationships, memories, fantasies, sexual violence and trauma.