MassArt in the News
Frank Vasello '87 BFA Ceramics created stick-based installations meticulously installed around Spy Pond Park in Arlington, MA.
MassArt Board of Trustees greenlights Bakalar & Paine Galleries renovation, to break ground June 2018
Art Daily reports on the decision of MassArt's Board of Trustees to move forward with the renovation of the Bakalar & Paine Galleries, with a groundbreaking slated for June 2018.
"The Dynamic Media Institute (DMI) at MassArt appealed to me because it connects research, fine art, and design thinking within a studio environment. It was a perfect place for me to study because it allowed me to pursue my work in a deep way through focused courses and one-on- one mentorship." - Bing Lin '16 MFA Dynamic Media Institute shares her experience with the Graduate Programs at MassArt with This is Colossal.
"The MassArt wood and metal shops have an open-air layout, vast library of tools and machinery, presenting students with the means to dream big." - Molly Dressel '18 MFA 3D Fine Arts shares her experience as a graduate student at MassArt.
WGBH's Jared Bowen explores "Chinese Dreams," an exhibition at the Massachusetts College of Art and Design featuring works by 8 contemporary Chinese artists who were shaped by the Cultural Revolution.
On Friday, October 20, Massachusetts College of Art and Design will inaugurate David Nelson as the College's 12th president. President Nelson speaks with WBUR's Meghna Chakrabarti on the his vision for the future of MassArt.
Glass artist and MassArt Professor Anjali Srinivasan has been awarded the prestigious University of the Arts' fift annual Irvin Borowsky International Prize in Glass Arts.
Translating her artistic skills to the culinary arts, Moe Kuroki '05 BFA Metals will open her own ramen restaurant, Oisa Ramen in downtown Boston in fall 2018.