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MassArt has nearly one million square feet of gallery, classroom, studio and living space. We welcome visits from students, parents, and the general public. Learn more about life at MassArt or download a campus map.
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undergraduate campus tours & Events
Tours of campus are offered on most days during the workweek. Your visit will begin with an information session, led by an admissions counselor, followed by a student-led campus tour. To register for a tour, please follow the link below:
MassArt invites groups from schools and other organizations to campus for guided tours. Group tours are best suited for students in high school or prospective transfers. We are able to accommodate a maximum of 40 students per tour, and we require at least one chaperone for every 10 students. Request a date below:
Portfolio Reviews & Informational chats
Portfolio reviews and informational chats with an admissions counselor are conducted on campus by appointment for prospective students. Reviews are informal and have no bearing on the admissions decision. Students are encouraged to bring original work whenever possible. Sketchbooks, work-in-progress, and work saved digitally are also acceptable for review. Transfer students should bring a copy of their college transcript(s) to the review.
Learn more about on- and off-campus events for prospective undergraduate students.
graduate CAMPUS TOURS & Events
If you are considering applying to a graduate program for a master's degree or graduate post-baccalaureate certificate and would like a tour of our facilities, please register for a visit by following the link below.
Learn about other Graduate Admissions Events.
Bakalar & Paine Galleries
MassArt's Bakalar & Paine Galleries are the largest free, contemporary art space in New England. The Galleries exhibit work from leading professional contemporary artists.
For directions to MassArt, public transportation and parking options, and nearby accommodations, please visit Maps & Parking.
Visitors should check-in at the College's main entrance at the Design and Media Center. Please note the Admissions Office has relocated to the first floor of the Artists' Residence at 600 Rear Huntington Avenue, Boston, MA 02115 (formerly Professional & Continuing Education).