Jay Critchley presented and discuss his provocative public art, current and past, and his long-term artistic engagement with environmental-social crises on Saturday evening, September 19th at 7 pm (doors at 6) at Mobius, 55 Norfolk Street in Central Square, admission free. His presentation featured the work of SIM sophomore Steph Houten!
Edward Morris, founder and director of the nonprofit arts organization, The Canary Project, came to give a talk about their work on the public activist graphic campaign: Green Patriots Posters. The mission of The Canary Project is to foster and support art and media that deepen public understanding of the Anthropocene. Green Patriots Posters. Green Patriot Posters is a […]
Head Librarian Paul Dobbs set off for two days of a week-long Pipeline Pilgrimage along the length of a proposed natural gas pipeline through Massachusetts and New Hampshire. A Quaker organized event, here is a paragraph from the invitation: The invitation of this pilgrimage is to personal transformation in the face of the climate crisis. As […]
Congratulations to ReStore and Pippa and Olivia for all their awards honoring the great work they have done on campus this year! Kudos! Congratulations to all of the nominees for the 2014 Student Leadership Awards! Service Awards The Service Award, established in 1997, encourages student service to the MassArt community and isawarded to a student who has gone above and […]