MassArt in the News
Faculty and alumna Fish McGill '04 BFA SIM and '14 MFA DMI profiled in Highsnobiety as an ever-changing creative professional.
Karyll Catubig '16 BFA Graphic Design discovered a love of photography after graduating from MassArt. His "striking" photos of Boston were featured in Boston Globe's weekly "My Instagram" feature.
Junior Marco Correia creates a mural honoring Doug Smith, a one-time Red Sox pitcher from Millers Falls, who was dismissed because it was reported that he was biracial.
Currently on view at Asya Geisberg Gallery in New York, NY: Morph, a "snapshot of a resurgence of ceramic sculpture, and a re-contextualization borne of increasing celebration of clay's malleability and many cultural reference points." Morph features work by Cody Hoyt '07 BFA Printmaking who creates ceramic vessels that are "intricately patterned."
The work of MassArt alumna and Assistant Director of the Center for Art and Community Partnerships, Ekua Holmes '77 BFA Photography is on view at Simmons College Center for the Study of Children's Literature as part of its Summer Institute's "(imp)possible dreams" series.
Ashley Vick '06 BFA Jewelry/Metalsmithing was inspired by her great-grandmother when she created her jewelry line, Filomena Demarco. Boston Magazine creates a spotlight on her distinctive style.
On view at the Contemporary Arts Museum in Houston, TX is "A Better Yesterday," featuring the work of MassArt alumna JooYoung Choi '10 BFA Painting. Blouin ArtInfo writes, "her art emanates through the epic mythological land of she calls the 'Cosmic Womb.'"
Martha's Vineyard Times profiles the surreal work of MassArt alumna Lily Morris '09 BFA Painting, on view at A Gallery in Oak Bluffs through July 18, 2017.
Lenscratch recently profiled MassArt alumnus Nick Meyer '05 BFA Photography, expressing that he "has beautifully articulated the fleeting and fragile nature of life lived in his new monograph, Either Limits or Contradictions."