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Art Education

Studios & Resources

As artists and educators, students enjoy studio space, Arnheim Gallery access, and teaching in MassArt’s Saturday Studios program.

Art Education students gain hands-on experience educating PK-12 students, and have access to studios and shops to expand upon their selected path of study, and a dedicated gallery to showcase their work and learn all aspects of creating shows and exhibiting work.

Studio Spaces

Art Education students are assigned studio space while taking any of our studio courses in the Interdisciplinary Studio sequence: Interdisciplinary Studios, Capstone Studio, and Artist Teacher Studio. Our graduate students also have access to studio space while taking their required art education courses over the summer.

Arnheim Gallery

Students in the Art Education programs access the Arnheim Gallery as part of their classes. Students taking any of the courses in our Interdisciplinary Studio sequence use the Arnheim Gallery for end-of-semester  art reviews and exhibition of their capstone studio work.

Students taking our Exhibitions course use the gallery to feature the work of a local artist. The Saturday Studios program also exhibits work of their participants in our gallery.

Saturday Studios

Undergraduate and graduate Art Education students teach in MassArt’s renowned Saturday Studios program to gain hands-on experience as educators before their school-based practicum or internship at a community, museum, or gallery setting. 

Our students teach Saturday morning art classes to children grades 3 through 12, with support from and supervision by the Art Education faculty. The Saturday Studios program culminates with a celebration and exhibition of the work created over a period of eight weeks by the program participants.

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