MassArt in the News
Artist Dana Chandler, who earned an undergraduate degree in teacher education in 1967, is among MassArt's three 2018 Alumni Awards recipients. A retired educator, Chandler was a professor at Simmons College for more than 30 years (1971-2004). In 1978, he founded the African American Master Artist in Residence Program (AAMARP).
In his exhibition at "Yours Mine & Ours" gallery Professor and alumnus Steve Locke aestheticizes the entanglement of personal, familial, and racial histories which sits upon the mantel of every Black American home.
Edwynn Houk Gallery presents an exhibition of thirteen large-scale photographs by Professor Emeritus Abelardo Morell from his series and book Flowers for Lisa.
Lenscratch describes Professor Emeritus Abelardo Morell's lastest book, Flowers for Lisa: A Delirium of Photographic Invention as a "joyful new series" and a "journey into the splendor of floral worlds, into the delicisouness of color, fragility, and beauty."
Alumnus and Art Education Professor Steve Locke's "The School of Love," a multimedia exhibition, will be on view at Bard College at Simon's Rock through November 3, 2018.