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Visiting Artists

Visiting artists of diverse backgrounds frequently join the MassArt community for a few days, weeks, or months. Through lectures, slide talks, gallery walkthroughs, symposia, and residencies, these artists share their perspectives on practicing their chosen craft.

Visits often coincide with exhibitions of artists' work, granting MassArt students the unique opportunity to participate in mounting professional installations. While some visits are intimately tied to curricula, others are designed to fill a gap or broaden the student experience.

DJ Spooky

DJ Spooky (Paul Miller)

DJ Spooky (Paul D. Miller) is a multimedia artist, writer, composer, and musician. Miller's work as a media artist has appeared in a wide variety of contexts such as the Whitney Biennial, the Venice Biennial for Architecture, the Ludwig Museum in Cologne, Germany, the Andy Warhol Museum in Pittsburgh, and many other museums and galleries.

Edgar Arceneaux

Edgar Arceneaux

Edgar Arceneaux searches incongruent sets of data or seemingly unrelated subjects for unexpected patterns and happy coincidences, finding beauty in the tangentially related.

Lowery Stokes Sim

Dr. Lowery Stokes Sims

Museum professional and Renaissance woman Dr. Lowery Stokes Sims has had a long and distinguished career in the arts.

Allison Smith

Allison Smith

Allison Smith is a sculptor and installation artist whose body of work often features elements from history, craft, and queer culture.

Chie Feuki

Chie Feuki

Chie Fueki - who was born in Japan, grew up in Brazil, and now lives in the United States - utilizes far-ranging imagery in her paintings, from chrysanthemums, owls, and cranes to professional athletes and symbols of popular culture.

Ham Steinbach

Haim Steinbach

For over thirty years, the sculptor Haim Steinbach has used shelves in his work to submit everyday objects to a new level of artistic scrutiny.