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    We are excited to announce the call for the 3rd Biennial Juried Alumni Exhibition highlighting works of design. Submissions can be made here (login required) through April 5, 2015.
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    Eclectic Traditions

    Ceramic works by MassArt faculty and alumni at the Attleboro Arts Museum. Opening reception Thursday, March 26 at 7:00 pm.  On view March 24-April 3.


  • Boston Design Week at MassArt

    Check out the newly posted events calendar for 2015 Boston Design Week, look for events happening on campus March 19 and 20th.
  • All School Show 2K15

    Check out the public receptions and gallery weeks for the All School Show exhibitions here on campus! Full calendar here.

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What Could Be
What Could BeThe March/April 2015 issue of Art New England features a book review of David Hilliard: What Could Be, the latest monograph of Hilliard’s photographic work. Focusing on the familiar, the ordinary, and the personal, Hilliard's constructed panoramas capture time and space to create narratives that straddle autobiography and fiction.
Call for Design Work! 3rd Biennial Alumni Exhibition
Call for Design Work! 3rd Biennial Alumni ExhibitionNow Accepting Submissions! MassArt is pleased to announce the 3rd Biennial Juried Alumni Exhibition; this year celebrating works in design. Works will be considered from the following design disciplines: advertising, animation, architecture, dynamic media, fashion design, furniture design, graphic design, illustration, and industrial design. The exhibition will be mounted in the Sandra and David Bakalar Gallery—one of MassArt’s celebrated professional galleries. All MassArt alumni working in a design discipline are invited to submit up to three works for consideration.
Announcing 2015 MCC Fellowship Recipients
Announcing 2015 MCC Fellowship RecipientsCongratulations to MassArt alumnae Stephanie Chubbuck ’94 (Glass), Dana Filibert ’99 (Metals), Abigail Newbold ’02 (Fibers), Sage Schmett ’07 (Fibers) and Deb Todd Wheeler ’94 (Metals).  They are among the distinguished artists who have been awarded 2015 Artist Fellowships from the Massachusetts Cultural Council.
Unwanted Outlaws
Unwanted OutlawsA number of MassArt students have been busy utilizing the letterpress collection generously donated by Catherine LeLievre ’50 (Graphic Design), who passed away last fall. Faculty member Keith Cross has shared with us a class portfolio created last semester in the Letterpress Studio on the theme of Unwanted Outlaws.


04. 22
MFA Thesis Exhibitions 2015
The Massachusetts College of Art and Design Graduate Thesis Exhibition 2015 showcases the unique work of selected graduate students who are in their final years of their respective programs as well as candidates for an MFA degree.
05. 21
A Celebratory Welcome to the Class of 2015
Join us in welcoming the graduating class of 2015 into the MassArt Alumni Community!
05. 23
MassArt Jewelry and Metalsmithing Alumni Exhibition
Come back to campus for the opening reception for this exhibition of alumni of Jewelry and Metalsmithing department.
05. 23
Jewelry and Metalsmithing Alumni Exhibition
In conjunction with the the Society of North American Goldsmith’s annual conference coming to Boston in May 2015, the Jewelry and Metalsmithing department is presenting an exhibition of alumni work. Join us for the opening reception and reconnect with fellow alumni. Exhibition dates: May 23–30
09. 30
Save the Date: Haystack Alumni & Friends Retreat
Mark your calendar now for next October and join a group of your fellow alumni for an opportunity to connect, create, and reflect at Haystack Mountain School of Crafts in Deer Isle, Maine.


A Toast to MassArt Alumni

A Toast to MassArt Alumni

On Friday, March 20th, the MassArt community gathered for a lively celebration of the college’s history, at the closing reception of Gaining Perspective: A Visual History of MassArt, in the President's Gallery.

As noted in The Boston Globe, about 80 guests shared a champagne toast to the college and its notable leaders, advocates and alumni over the years, including Acting President Kurt Steinberg, President Emerita Kay Sloan, Board of Trustees Chair Richard Marshall, and Representative Jeffrey Sanchez. See more event photos on facebook at Gaining Perspective.

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