MassArt in the News
Recently, alumna Tracy Silva Barbosa '99 BFA Glass completed "House of Glas" at Haskell Public Gardens in New Bedford, MA. After graduating from MassArt, Barbosa studied with John Lewis in Oakland, CA, and two years ago, she started her own company, Duende Glass.
The first solo exhibition in Washington, D.C. for MassArt alumna Ambreen Butt '97 MFA 2D will be at The National Museum of Women in the Arts. "Mark My Words reveals the connection between the artist's global consciousness and the physical mark-making techniques that she uses to create her works."
Alumnus Jon Friedman, COO of Freight Farms, weighs in on the future of food and hydroponics in WBUR's series on "Lab to Table: The Future of Our Food."
A public art installation at Boston's Prudential Center is bright orange, looking like construction. MassArt Professor and alumna Stephanie Cardon and curator Kate Gilbert, executive director of Now + There, tell the story behind "Unless."
WBUR The Artery suggests a visit to alumna Sheila Pepe's "Hot Mess Formalism" at The deCordova Sculpture Park & Museum in their roundup of holiday gifts for feminists.
The Baystate Banner featured the 2018 MassArt Alumni Awards recipients - Elisabeth Subrin, John Crowe, and Dana Chandler.
The monograph of alumna Jennifer Morla '78 BFA Graphic Design, Morla: Design, will be published by Letterform Archive.