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    DRAW/Boston and Visions in Glass

    Save the date: Monday January 23rd 6-8pm Opening Reception for these two fantastic exhibitions at the Bakalar & Paine Galleries.

  • Visiting Artist Talk: Timothy Horn '04

    Inspired by jewelry design from the court of Louis XVI and 19th-century zoology studies, Timothy Horn’s works are reflections on the potency of the artificially ornate and the organic. Feb. 8 @ 6 pm
  • 2016 MassArt Made Holiday Sale

    Get your holiday gifts and support student and fellow alumni makers as well as student scholarship funds. Sale runs December 4-10, 2016. More information here.

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Something to See
Something to SeeMassArt Fibers Department faculty member Janet Kawada ’92 has curated an exhibition entitled “Is This Something?” at the Wedeman Gallery at Lasell College in Newton, MA, that includes 4 other graduates from the college: Gail Erwin '96, Samantha Fields ’96, Deborah Klotz ’89, and Hilary Tolan '02. Reception: January 29, 4-6 pm.
#DesignerErinCongratulations to Erin! After 14 episodes, and competing with 15 other designers, MassArt alumna Erin Robertson '16 BFA Fashion Design & Fibers was named the winner on Project Runway Season 15. If you missed the Season Finale on December 22nd, 2016, you can you can watch it here.
Seeking Warmer Destinations?
Seeking Warmer Destinations?

Are you planning a trip this winter and do you need to book hotel accommodations? If so, check out HotelStorm. The Massachusetts College of Art and Design Alumni Association has a partnership with HotelStorm to bring exclusive hotel discounts to our alumni. When you use HotelStorm, you’ll find savings of 10-55% over other online travel agencies.

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Winter Exhibitions at Bakalar & Paine Galleries

Reception: Monday, January 23, 6:00-8:00 pm


DRAW/Boston brings together the private sketches of nearly four dozen artists from around the world in an exhibition that provides a revealing look into both the drawing process and the artists' innermost thoughts. 

More information here.


Demonstrating diverse processes including blown, cast, and flameworked glass, Vitreous Bodies: Assembled Visions in Glass offers a look into - and a reflection of - life through a contemporary glass lens.

More information here.

"E" is for Elephants

Curator’s Talk, January 26, 2016, DMC Lecture Hall, 6:00 pm,
Followed by Gallery Reception

“E” is for Elephants offers a rare view of the original etchings, collagraphs, master printmaking plates, and hand-made soft sculptures made by the incomparable Edward Gorey in the last decade of his life. Curated by alumnus James Edwards '81 (Illustration).

Timothy Horn '04

Wednesday, February 8, 6:00 pm, Lecture Hall, Design and Media Center

Inspired by jewelry design from the court of Louis XVI and 19th century zoology studies, Timothy Horn’s works are dual reflections on the potency of the artificially ornate and the organic.



Connecting the Dots

Connecting the Dots

Tim Murphy’s interdisciplinary approach, which bridges advertising, art making, design, marketing, teaching, and user experience, has taken him on a circuitous career path. Since graduating from MassArt in 1988, he has served in various roles, including owner & principal in an advertising agency, creative director, user experience designer, college professor, gallery artist, marketing specialist, and his current position as Global User Experience Manager–Global eCommerce at the LEGO Group, in Enfield, Connecticut.

In describing his time as a student at MassArt and the impact it had on his creative development, Tim referred to himself a hunter/gatherer who wanted to get the most he could out of his experience at the college.

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