This exhibition at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, includes works in a variety of media by artists and recent SMFA alums Perla Mabel, Timothy Manalo, Louis Meola, and Katherine Wildman.
Hear from SMFA alumni Tim Manalo and Kate Wildman, and co-curator Emily Chun, a graduate student in the Department of the History of Art and Architecture at Tufts, as they discuss the "SMFA at Tufts: Juried Student Exhibition 2019-2020."
Why SMFA at Tufts?
Listen to undergraduate and graduate students speak about their experiences.
Faculty and Staff Highlights
Anthony Romero, contributed to the exhibit When Home Won’t Let You Stay: Migration through Contemporary Art at the ICA Boston. His contribution, entitled …first in thought, then in action, was commissioned by the ICA to be part of the exhibition, which is on view through January 26, 2020. Romero will be in conversation with City Counselor Lydia Edwards and East Boston community organizers on Thursday, January 16, to discuss how displacement and gentrification are affecting Boston’s immigrant communities.
Maya Erdelyi-Perez is one of five local artists selected to receive the City of Boston's second round of Artist Fellowship Awards.
Food for Thought
Students explore the sociopolitical implications of cooking, ceramics, and metalwork in a new course that celebrates the spirit of communal dining and powerful art.