MassArt in the News
Kate Casey '08 BFA Printmaking, owner of Peg Woodworking was featured in Design Milk for her all-female run operation which incorporates intricate weaving and woodworking.
Marni Katz is intrigued by tthe colorful pieces and patterns that constitute Joana Vasconcelos' "Valkyrie Mumbet," as one of the inaugural exhibitions of the MassArt Art Museum.
Bay State Banner provides an overview of the exhibitions on view at the newly opened MassArt Art Museum, noting that "Based on its thrilling opening exhibitions and a roster of inviting programs, the MassArt Art Museum (MAAM), is more than up to its ambitious goal" to "open eyes, expand minds, and create opportunity through the lens of contemporary art."
"The new MassArt Museum is a way to bring together people in the community and to cultivate imagination by involving viewers in the creation of contemporary art" reports The Huntington News, the independent newspaper of Northeastern University.
"Art does not always have to be limited to paintings and sculptures displayed in museums. In the modern age, one of the most easily-accessible art forms can be found on a PlayStation or Nintendo Switch." The Daily Free Press shows how MassArt Art Museum's "Game Changers" mixes contemporary art and video games in its interactive exhibition.
Heather Kapplow from Hyperallergic visited the MassArt Art Museum (MAAM) and spoke to some of the 2,600 visitors who passed through the front doors on opening day.
Leah Triplett Harrington of WBUR The ARTery reviews the MassArt Art Museum's inaugural exhibitions: "Valkyrie Mumbet," "Game Changers," and "Yesterday is Here."
"Valkyrie Mumbet" by Joana Vasconcelos is hailed as one of the most monumental installations in theValkyries series by Radio and Television of Portugal.