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On-campus activity at MassArt is currently suspended due to COVID-19. While we are disappointed that we cannot welcome you to campus at this time, we hope you will explore the ways you can experience MassArt virtually below. Please check back here for future updates, new virtual programming, and tour registration once the campus reopens.
Discover MassArt from the comfort of your own home. View 360° images of our facilities and spaces, and imagine yourself on campus.
Explore our interactive gallery with student, alumni, and faculty work.
VIRTUAL INFORMATION SESSIONS FOR PROSPECTIVE STUDENTS
Join us for a 40-minute webinar to learn about MassArt’s academic and co-curricular programs. The informational session will be led by and admissions counselor and a current student, and it will cover topics such as our student experience and our admissions requirements and processes. Following the presentation, there will be a Q&A in which we can answer any questions you may have.
CONNECT WITH AN ADMISSIONS COUNSELOR
Looking for valuable feedback on your in-progress portfolio? Have questions about the application process or your pathway to MassArt? Request a chat with an admissions counselor by following the link below; a counselor will be in touch via email or phone within 3 business days.
ASK A STUDENT
Do you have a question for a current student? Email admissionsdesk@massart.
Contact the Office of Admissions. During the campus closure, staff is available via email during normal business hours.
Please check back here for future updates and tour registration once the campus reopens. Contact the Office of Admissions. During the campus closure, staff is available via email during normal business hours.
MASSART ART MUSEUM
The MassArt Art Museum (MAAM), Boston's new free contemporary art museum opened in Febrary 2020. MAAM is a resource for MassArt students and faculty, educating students about contemporary art, partnering with faculty to support the curriculum, and preparing students for careers in the museum field. The Museum is a vital resource to the community, offering a pathway to education in the arts and free, unique educational programming to Boston-area public schools and community groups.
While MAAM remains physically closed, visitors can view studio tours, create crafts inspired by exhibitions, download coloring pages, install Zoom backgrounds, and more.