MassArt in the News
"MassArt saved me. The best teachers I had in my life."
Forbes interviewed MassArt alumnus Brian Collins, legendary American designer, creative director, and educator, for their series with innovators.
Three new murals were unveiled on the campus of Worcester State University, one by a former WSU artist-in-residence and alumnus, Bradley Chapman Bradley Chapman '14 BFA Illustration.
NBC Boston focused a segment on Artward Bound, a free four-year college access program that prepares 9-12th grade Boston-area students interested in art and design with the artistic, academic, and life skills needed to thrive in college and beyond.
Ore, owned by MassArt alumna Sophie Hughes '08 BFA Jewelry/Metalsmithing was highlighted in The Improper for its unique engagement rings and stylings.
Photo by Craig Parkin
MassArt celebrates Women's History Month on March 23 with Womanimation!, a festival showcasing acclaimed animated short film stories created by women from around the world.
MassArt alumnus Casey Leonard directed Nickelodeon's newest animated film, "Lucky," premiering March 8, 2019 at 7:00pm EST.
Provost and Senior Vice President of Academic Affairs, Kymberly Pinder, shared her story of success with Fast Company.
The WBUR ARTery suggests visiting the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston and MassArt to experience "How We See: Photobooks by Women." Featuring 100 photobooks by women from all over the world.
The Chronicle of Higher Education listed Massachusetts College of Art and Design as #29 on its list of Less-Selective Colleges with the Highest Retention Rate.