In The News Archive
MassArt Fashion Students
MassArt fashion students showed their designs in "Reveal 2012" held at the Revere Hotel.
Must Be The MassArt Fashion Show
The Boston Herald featured the MassArt fashion show with some sneak peek photos.
Curator Strives to Inspire in MassArt Galleries
Lisa Tung was featured on Boston.com for her creative eye and success in the Bakalar & Paine galleries.
Six Art School Grads to Watch
Cate McQuaid names six art school grads to watch, and three are MassArt MFA students.
WHDH: Revere Rennovation
The Revere hotel introduced its new uniforms, which were designed and created by MassArt students.
Women's Wear Daily: Revere Fashion Show
The Revere hotel debuted its new uniforms with models rappelling 20 stories.
Boston Globe: Vertical Fashion Show
The Revere Hotel opened with a vertical fashion show in which models rappelled down the 20 stories of the hotel in uniforms designed by MassArt fashion students.
Time 100 Includes Artist Christian Marclay
Time Magazine named alumnus Christian Marclay as one of the most influential people of the year.
Professor Barbara Bosworth's photography, currently on view at the Peabody Essex Museum, was reviewed in The Boston Globe, Art Daily, and Metrowest Daily News.
Boston.com: Benefit Art Auction
MassArt's Annual Benefit Art Auction recently raised more than $730,000.
Business Insider Features Bikeyface
Rebecca Wright from Career Services is becoming more and more popular for her witty cartoon blog, Bikeyface, which receives more than 30,000 hits a month.
'Is Capitalism Working For You?'
Dynamic Media student Alex Reben provided the electronics for Stephen Lambert's "Capitalism Works For Me! True/False," which was recently featured on WBUR.
Bid On This
MassArt kicks off its annual benefit art auction, and Boston Magazine is talking about it. See what kind of art is up for grabs.
Art Space at Your College
Boston Pheonix conducted a readers choice poll for best art space at your college. Bakalar & Paine Galleries drew the most votes for their 2012 competition.
Why mega-artist Richard Phillips is doing Dallas
MassArt alumnus Richard Phillips '84, known for his large-scale "jaw dropping" pieces, is headed to Dallas to share his work.
At Haley House
Haley House recently opened its doors for Souper Bowl Sunday to raise money for its services to the homeless. Handmade ceramic bowls were donated by students from MassArt's Clay for Change program.
Exclusive Preview of MassArt Auction
Boston Magazine featured an article on MassArt's upcoming Annual Benefit Art Auction. Catch the preview.
Changes Possible for MBTA
MassArt students Johnny Chanthavong and Minca Chaniang were interviewed for this story about potential MBTA cuts.
What Art Has To Say About Artists
Cate McQuaid reviews Hung Jury, a pop-up exhibition curated by MassArt graduate student Susan Metrican.
Christian Marclay's, '80 (SIM), "The Clock" is featured in this week's The New Yorker. The content is for subscribers only, but the abstract is available.
Spring Break Service
MassArt student Shanna Barrow spent her spring break participating with Habitat for Humanity. She went to Joplin, MO to help with the rebuilding after last year's tornado devastated the area.
At MassArt, Plants Make the Exhibit
Sandra Larson reviews the show Verdant for Exhale, a lifestyle magazine for women.
What Makes Good Public Art?
On a recent trip to Austin, Texas, Christina Lanzl, Urban Arts Institute, spoke to a group from the Austin chapter of the American Institute of Architects and shared her public art know-how with the Austin American-Statesman.
Hilliard Packs the House
David Hilliard, visiting lecturer in photography, delivers a heartfelt lecture to a packed house.
A Major Shift For Old Radisson
As the Radisson hotel undergoes construction to become the Revere, MassArt fashion students are busy helping the transformation happen.
A Year 'Til Life Starts: Meet Kelsey Jarboe
This is a Boston.com feature on MassArt student Kelsey Jarboe, who is entering her last semester and will be graduating with a double major.
Fashion Designers Find Inspiration In Classical Music
Boston Symphony Orchestra recently hosted Project Debussy, inspired by Claude Debussy's music. Fashion designers created apparel that correlated with classical music, and one of the contestants, JanFrevic Lujares, is a current MassArt student.
"The Clock" comes to the National Gallery of Canada
The National Gallery of Canada recently hosted an event in collaboration with the Museum of Fine Arts to exhibit Christian Marclay's, '80 (SIM), "The Clock."
Gardner cyclist raising funds in cross-country trip
MassArt alumna Erin Kiewel, '11 (metals/fashion), will be biking across country this summer with 30 others to raise awareness about the affordable-housing movement.
MassArt Celebrates New Perspectives
The Boston Globe Names Section celebrates the opening of the Edifice Amiss and Verdant exhibitions on view in the Bakalar & Paine galleries.
Photographer Nicholas Nixon's Next Big Challenge
MassArt professor, Nicholas Nixon, takes on a whole new photography project: nude portraits of adults at home.
MassArt Galleries Display Art of Nature, Architecture
Boston.com featured an article on Verdant and Edifice Amiss.
Project of the Month: Kennedy Campus Center
MassArt's new LEED Gold Campus Center is featured in the New England Real Estate Journal.
BostInno featured an article about MassArt Made, noting it is "the state's first college-affiliated retail boutique." It was praised for the opportunity it provides for MassArt students and for the benefits that come with the profits.
MassArt Students' "Origins" exhibit opens in Scituate
MassArt seniors Linsdey Stockbridge, Dan Kendal, Cailigh MacDonald, and Forrest Stone have their sculptures on display at Scituate's Front Street Gallery. This is the first time the gallery has ever displayed student work.
StyleWeek's Inaugural Student Design Challenge
StyleWeek Providence's inaugural design competition for students hosted their event Tuesday, January 17, to see who could make the most out of nothing, literally. MassArt senior Kwong Hui Yee won first place for her mop dress.
Museum Celebrates New Wing After Hours
The new Renzo Piano wing of the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum opened last week, followed by a celebration in the courtyard. President Dawn Barrett attended, accompanied by her daughter.
Future of Fashion hits catwalks of Providence
As StyleWeek prepared for their annual showcase, MassArt alumnus Marcel Plante, '11 (fashion design), prepped his models and finished final touches on his line before they hit the runway.
City Hall Exhibit Features Heavy Dose of Dot Artists
MassArt alumni Destiny Palmer, '10 (painting), Stephen Hamilton, '09 (illustration), and Adam Bullok, '10 (painting), currently have their artwork displayed in Dorchester's city hall. They were asked to contribute paintings in honor of Black History Month. All three Dorchester residents share their talent through acrylics, photographs, drawings, and more.
The upcoming Verdant exhibition has been highlighted in the Improper Bostonian as part of the spring exhibitions at MassArt's Bakalar & Paine Galleries.
Big Break In Fashion
23-year-old Nghi Tran, a recent graduate of MassArt, has a passion for fashion and an unstoppable drive. Currently working three jobs, Tran has now been featured in Boston fashion shows and City Living magazine and is on the fast track to even more success.
Trimming the Fat
Suffolk Construction is currently in the process of finishing what will be a brand new MassArt residence hall on Huntington Avenue. Contractors are taking a different approach though, constructing MassArt's dorm in a "lean" style where everyone is working on top of each other, literally.
People's Choice Best Installation Contest
M.Arch students, Kelley Sullivan and Christopher Wortley, won first place in 3Form's 6th Annual People's Choice Best Installation Contest in the Exterior Category. They designed and built a new entry canopy for Artists for Humanity.
Leaves of Crafts
Thirteen-year-old Isy Mekler, of Newton, persuaded dozens of artists to illustrate a tree for his Bar Mitzvah project, The Giving Tree. Among the participating artists are MassArt's own Jean Wallace, Jackie Knight, Nancy McCarthy, Andrew Fish, and Julie Barrett.