MassArt in the News
Designers, alumni, students, and fashion lovers gathered together to participate LUCID: 2019 MassArt Fashion Show, featured on The Boston Globe.
MassArt Photography Faculty Rania Matar has been awarded first place for Center's Editor's Choice Award for her project, She.
Elizabeth Lowrey, Principal and Director of Interior Architecture at Elkus Manfredi Architects, is set to receive an honorary degree from the Massachusetts College of Art and Design (MassArt).
MassArt Fashion Design senior Ariana Chariton has designed comfortable, fashionable, and functional hospital gowns for children. Ariana was an awardee of a grant by This Star Won't Go Out, allowing her to develop gowns for individual children.
MassArt students develop toys for elephants with the guidance of Professors Rick and Laura Brown. The toys help geriatric elephants Ruth and Emily from the Buttonwood Park Zoo to remain active and engaged.
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.