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Visiting Artists & Lectures

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.

MassArt's Visiting Artists & Lecture Series Include: Art Ed Speaker Series, Ciné Culture, Fine Arts Lecture Series, History of Art Symposium, Photography Lecture Series, and Tuesday Talks, as well as others.

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Past Visiting Artists & Lectures

Andres Gonzalez

Fall 2020 Photo Lecture Series: Andres Gonzalez

Andres Gonzalez is a photographer and educator living in Vallejo, California. His current work synthesizes in-depth research with the poetics of photography, looking for truths behind the fictional, mythic aspects of American history.

Dual Stream Live

MassArt Ciné Culture: Darren Alexander Cole

The MassArt department of Film/Video is pleased to welcome Darren Alexander Cole to the MassArt Ciné Culture Screening Series to present and discuss the world premiere of his work Dual Stream Live.

Paula Wilson

Fine Arts Lecture: Paula Wilson

MassArt is pleased to welcome Paula Wilson as the next visiting artist of the Fall 2020 Fine Arts Lecture Series. Wilson will be in conversation with MassArt faculty Fred Liang.

Peggy Ahwesh

MassArt Ciné Culture: Peggy Ahwesh

Peggy Ahwesh is a Brooklyn based media artist whose work has traversed a variety of  technologies and styles in an inquiry into feminism, cultural identity and genre.

Lois Connor

Fall 2020 Photo Lecture Series: Lois Connor

Lois Conner is known for her large-scale panoramic photographs relating to a global landscape. Her pictures are characterized by their narrative sweep, a sense of place, and their implicit attention to history and culture

Cane Fire

MassArt Ciné Culture: Anthony Banua-Simon

The MassArt department of Film/Video is pleased to welcome Anthony Banua-Simon to the MassArt Ciné Culture Screening Series to present and discuss his documentary feature, Cane Fire.

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