MassArt in the News
WBUR profiles alumnus Lavaughan Jenkins '05 BFA Painting, who will be featured at the Institute of Contemporary Art's 2019 James and Audrey Foster Prize biennial exhibition.
Shawna Kitzman has been named "40 under Forty" by Harvard Business Journal. Kitzman is an award-winning designer, urban planner and speaker. With a focus on effective and creative community engagement, Kitzman brings an inspired approach to all endeavors. She has 13 years of planning experience, managing communications, marketing and branding initiatives.
Warped Disney Fantasy, Polish Lesbian Wedding, Boston’s Gentrification, Regional Queer History, And More, Occupy Hotel Rooms In Radical Curatorial Installations
Alumna and staff Gina Mudge and Wilton Tejeda are featured in Forbes for their installation, "Traditional" at Detroit Art Week. "Traditional" depicts the housing crisis in Boston and the emotional state of being "in between" as a Latino artist who has witnessed the city's diverse neighborhoods contort amid rampant gentrification.
Four years ago, Felipe Ortiz '09 BFA Painting created Fresco Exchange, a Colombia-based organization that bridges the creative gap between Latin American and United States culture around art. It works with artists to enhance artistic opportunities, share methods of cultural expression, and inspire communities with new ways of creative thinking.
Incoming MFA candidate, Tabitha Barnard's was awarded an honorable mention for her photography series "Sisterhood Summer" by Lenscratch.
"I realized when I was doing the show, This is exactly what I went to school for." - MassArt SIM alumni Katya Zamolodchikova on her new one-woman theater tour.
Art Daily highlights the work of alumna Ambreen Butt '97 MFA 2D, now on view in "Site Lines: Artists Working in Texas at the Asisa Society," in Houston through August 18, 2019. In September, Gallery Wendi Norris will present new works by Butt at EXP Chicago, and later this fall, Butt will debut a site-specific installation for Gallery Wendi Norris' ongoing "In the Window" series at its headquarters in San Francisco.