MassArt in the News
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.
Geena Matuson '13 BFA Film/Video dispels the stereotype of the "flaky" artist, sharing how her creative side has helped her find success as an entrepreneur.
Art Education alumnus Steve Locke's latest artistic endeavor is to develop an Auction Block Memorial at Faneuil Hall. It is Locke's hope that through the memorial, we can confront the truth and think about it.
"UNLESS," the public art installation installed in the main entryway of the Prudential Center in Boston's Back Bay by Studio Foundation Professor and alumna Stephanie Cardon via Now + There, has been awarded a "National Recognition for the Best in Public Art Projects" by The American for the Arts.
Forbes Magazine interviews MassArt alumna and design powerhouse Kelly Wearstler about her intuitive design sense and the challenges of designing for commercial and residential clients.