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MassArt has nearly one million square feet of gallery, classroom, studio and living space. Learn more about life at MassArt.
Tour MassArt from anywhere, at anytime! View our world-class facilities: printshop, kiln room, photography labs, glass shop, and more.
GUIDED VIRTUAL TOURS
Join a current undergraduate student or Admissions staff member for a live virtual tour with additional commentary. To register, choose a date below:
- Wednesday, September 22, 2021 at 4:00-5:00 p.m. (EDT)
- Wednesday, September 29, 2021 at 4:00-5:00 p.m. (EDT)
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In-Person Campus Tours
Regularly scheduled campus tours for the fall semester will begin in October. For more information and updates, please join the waitlist.
VIRTUAL PORTFOLIO REVIEWS
Are you a prospective student looking for feedback on your in-progress portfolio? Do you have questions about the application process or your pathway to MassArt? Schedule a virtual portfolio review or informational chat with an admissions counselor for individualized feedback. View the schedule and register by following the links below:
VIRTUAL INFORMATION SESSIONS
Learn more about MassArt's academic and co-curricular programs during these upcoming virtual sessions. To register and learn more about the topics covered, please select a link below:
Do you have a question for a current student? Email admissionsdesk@massart.
Contact your admissions counselor to learn more about MassArt.
TEACHERS & SCHOOL COUNSELORS
Are you a teacher or school counselor interested in organizing a virtual presentation about MassArt for your students? If so, please place a request. Additional resources for teachers and counselors are available here.
Learn more about events and informational meetings for prospective graduate students.
MASSART ART MUSEUM
The MassArt Art Museum (MAAM), Boston's new free contemporary art museum opened in February 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.