MassArt in the News
City Lights: Sabrina Dorsainvil, Director of Civic Design, Mayor’s Office of New Urban Mechanics, Boston
What can you do with a MassArt education? MassArt alumna Sabrina Dorsainvil, Director of Civic Design for the Mayor's Office of New Urban Mechanics, answers that question in her interview with Smart Cities World.
Two of the SouthCoast’s most beloved residents, Emily and Ruth, have received new enrichment items through the "Toys for Elephants" program.
The program was introduced by Professors Rick and Laura Brown of Handshouse Studio as a collaboration between the studio, Buttonwood Park Zoo and Massachusetts College of Art and Design.
Wee The People hosted "Wee Free Black Mamas," a national effort to bail out black mothers in time for Mother's Day, at MassArt on Sunday, May 5. The event educated attendees about the disproportionate amount of black women behind bars who cannot afford bail money, and included a greeting card making activities for incarcerated mothers.
Elizabeth Lowrey is MassArt's 2019 Commencement Speaker and Honorary Degree Recipient. Ms. Lowrey is the Principal and Director of Interior Architecture at Elkus Manfredi Architects.
Elizabeth Lowrey is the MassArt Commencement speaker for 2019. Ms. Lowrey joins the ranks of Anita Hill, Representative John Lewis, Governor Charlie Baker, David Ortiz, and more in Boston-area college graduation speakers.
The Massachusetts College of Art and Design, also known as MassArt, announced today that is transforming its Bakalar & Paine Galleries into MassArt Art Museum, a new free contemporary art museum that will open in February 2020.
The Massachusetts College of Art and Design announced that it will debut a 15,000-square-foot contemporary art museum in February 2020 called the MassArt Art Museum (MAAM). The spirit of the new museum, according to a press release, will be "welcoming, vibrant, fun, and a bit unexpected."