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There are a number of ways for students to get involved on-campus, including the Student Government Association (SGA), MassArt Student Organizations, leadership positions, on-campus jobs, volunteering, attending campus events, MassArt's Student Affinity Groups, or through MassArt's Center of Art and Community Partnerships (CACP). MassArt students are also able to join any student groups at our partner Colleges of the Fenway (COF) institutions (Wentworth Institute of Technology, MCPHS University, Simmons University, Emmanuel College).

The following is a list of MassArt student groups that are currently active and there are new groups started each year by students!

Massart Student Organizations

Printmaking SGA

The MassArt Printmaking Department is a unique, thoughtful group of students working together to share ideas, generate exciting coursework, and prepare for career-furthering opportunities outside our major.

MassArt ReStore

The ReStore provides gently used goods (art supplies, clothing, etc.) to students so they may give these items new life in their own way.

Sculpture SGA

The Sculpture Department at MassArt is a community that aims to promote education, safety, and understanding of three-dimensional art in the greater global context.

SIM (Studio for Interrelated Media)

This major is designed for artists who are interested in interdisciplinary, and non-media specific work, along with student collaborations and self-governance throughout the program.

Student Galleries
Student Galleries

The Student Galleries allow our students to display their work, curate exhibitions and work collaboratively in order to familiarize them with the gallery setting.

A table full of thread, scissors, and other sewing tools
The Sewing Machine

The Sewing Machine provides a space for artists and crafters alike to teach and learn how to sew, mend, and repair.

MassArt Vision Magazine
Vision Magazine

Vision Magazine is MassArt's official student-run magazine. We are a monthly print publication with an expanding online presence. Our magazine gives MassArt students both a voice and a platform to share their writing and artwork with the entire MassArt community.