Visiting Artist Talk: Ellen Driscoll FROM PLANTS TO PLASTICS: STUDIES IN CROSS-POLLINATION Thursday, January 28, 6:30PM Lecture Hall, Design and Media Center Working in public art, sculpture, drawing, and installation, Ellen Driscoll‘s artwork draws inspiration from sources as varied as ancient memory arts, shadow play, and astronomy. Based on the exploration of paradoxes, her work features […]
The Sustainability Incubator is a spring 2016 interdisciplinary platform for developing and cross-pollinating innovative curriculum and art/design projects at the intersection of social justice, health, and the environment. The Incubator brings together work by faculty, staff, and students from classes, studios, and offices in a hybrid studio classroom that produces, synthesizes, performs, and activates new […]
EILEEN FISHER gave sustainable fashion students from Massachusetts College of Art and Design gently used garments from GREEN EILEEN as part of their coursework. These photographs are from the reception displaying and celebrating the fashion students who refashioned garments for a second life. Wednesday, November 4, 2015 Eileen Fisher The Mall at Chestnut Hill
Sustainable Projects in Art and Design Spring 2016 Thursdays 8-1 MPSM 220 + AETE 220 Design Media Center D110 Professor Jane D. Marsching Through careful consideration of materials, life cycles, subjects, audiences, economies, and many other aspects of daily life, we will imagine and make projects that address significant issues resulting from environmental impacts on […]
Sustainability course available through COF ENVI201: “Environmental Forum” Spring 2016 Topic: Sustainability and Energy/Water/Food Meets on Thursdays from 5:30 – 7:30 pm at MCPHS University NO CROSS-REGISTRATION NEEDED Environmental Forum is a three-credit course (MassArt and MCPHS University) and two-credit course (Simmons College, Wheelock College, Emmanuel College and WIT) offered to students in the Colleges of the […]
this is tomorrow at Massart–super cool What: Bibliocycle from Boston Public Library Where: Kennedy between Peet’s and the cafeteria When: Wednesday 10/28, 1 – 4 pm The Boston Public Library’s Bibliocycle, a bike and book trailer partnership with Boston Bikes, is coming to MassArt TOMORROW, Wednesday, October 28, to deliver library services on-the-go. Stop by […]
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!