MassArt in the News
"It’s a memorial, a place to remember, a place to mourn," said Steve Locke about his new installation at the Gardner Museum. Locke is an alumnus and Associate Professor at MassArt and was a 2016 artist-in-residence at the Gardner.
Professor Steve Locke transforms the brutal photos of Freddie Gray's death into a gentler remembrance in his installation, "Three Deliberate Grays for Freddie (A Memorial for Freddie Gray)."
The Boston Voyager features the work of Nathali Davys '19 BFA Illustration and alumna Kristin Texiera '10 BFA Painting in their weekly arts and culture review.
Professor Steve Locke's "Three Deliberate Grays for Freddie (A Memorial for Freddie Gray)" is displayed on the facade of the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum.
MassArt alumna and Assistant Director of the Center for Art and Community Partnerships developed "The Roxbury Sunflowers Project" via the Public Art Accelerator program from independent public art curators Now + There.
"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.