MassArt in the News
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.
The Bermudian government fulfilled a pledge to showcase the work of local artists in government buildings. Lovitta Foggo, the Community Affairs Minister unveiled several paintings in the Dame Lois Browne-Evans Building in February 2019, including the work of MassArt alumna Sharon Wilson.
Massachusetts College of Art and Design has been designated one of the top producers of Fulbright scholars for 2018-2019 under the category, "special-focus 4-year institutions."
Alumna Caitlin Duennebier '09 BFA Photography and her sister Nicole have collaborated on an exhibition, "Love Superior, A Death Supreme: Caitlin & Nicole Duennebier," on ivew at Trustman Art Gallery at Simmons University.
The Press Herald describes the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston's "Ansel Adams in our Time" as "a rare show that considers Adams not only by showing a great deal of his own work, but by comparing it to his mentors and models, as well as a select group of artists ostensibly inspired by Adams." Among those inspired by Adams, and featured in the show, are MassArt Photography faculty Abelardo Morell, Laura McPhee, and Stephen Tourlentes.
ENIGMA: reactions to Racism by Alumna Chanel Thervil '14 MAT is a mixed-media solo exhibition at Urbano Project. ENIGMA features installations of portraits, abstract works, and interviews. Thervil's exhibition is part of Urbano's curatorial series exploring the theme of Resilience and Sustainability.