MassArt in the News
The Greater Grove Hall Main Streets is actively fostering public art projects as a way to promote economic development. Ed Gaskin, the Executive Director points to the PaintBox program run by the Boston Art Commission in partnership with the Center for Art and Community Partnership's sparc! the Artmobile, which transforms paint utility boxes to works of art.
MassArt alumna Mary Louise Geering '90 MFA 3D was in conversation with Noah Becker at White Hot Magazine about her work, which was on view at happylucky no.1 gallery in Crown Heights, Brooklyn, NY.
"The casual glances people share can take on a deeper significance, and what initially appears subjective and intimate is quite often a commentary on the larger contours of life." - MassArt alumnus David Hilliard '92 BFA Photography on his work, now on view at Schneider Gallery in Chicago, IL.
MassArt student Courtney Tanner has loaned a glass installation to Pentucket Regional High School for a year. Her sculpture was created at MassArt with the intent to represent "interaction and collaboration" and because of this, Tanner chose to have Pentucket students take the lead in guiding the installation.
"Cut paper" doesn't sound like it would be visually intriguing, but enter "Fred Liang’s golden, light infused cut paper installation, 'Stream,' hang[ing] from the ceiling almost to the floor in the center of the gallery. It is large, yet airy. It is intricate and detailed, yet also whimsical and light." Professor Fred Liang's "Stream" is on view at Cahoon Museum of American Art, in "Contemporary Silhouettes: The Art of Cut Paper" through December 23.
MassArt Professor Fred Liang's "Stream" is on view at Cahoon Museum of American Art's "Contemporary Silhouettes: The Art of Cut Paper," on view through December 23 in Cotuit, MA.
Worcester Magazine interviews William Chambers '16 MFA Low Residency about his installation, "Repairs" on view at Clark University this fall.
MassArt's Stephen Hamilton '09 BFA Illustration and Ekua Holmes '77 BFA Photography have been chosen as the 2018 Now + There Public Art Accelerator Artists! Through Now + There, Stephen and Ekua and four other artists will receive the curatorial, technical, and financial support thye need to develop new temporary artworks in Boston in 2018.