Why SMFA at Tufts?
Listen to undergraduate and graduate students speak about their experiences.
TRT World, an international TV station based in Turkey, invited Silvia Bottinelli to speak about Germano Celant, the founder of Arte Povera, for a program dedicated to artists and art world personalities who passed away due to COVID19.
PBS will air Where the Pavement Ends, a film by Professor of the Practice and Chair Jane Gillooly, on May 5. Where the Pavement Ends investigates the 1960s divide between the former all-white town of Ferguson, Missouri, and neighboring all-Black community of Kinloch.
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.
An alumna of SMFA at Tufts has built a successful career as a food stylist on high-profile projects.
The work of four young SMFA at Tufts graduates was recently displayed at one of the most respected museums in the United States.
Boxed Art Gallery: An SMFA student-project funded through the Tufts Student COVID Response Program (TSCR) at Tisch College
Ned Carlson, BFA + BA '23 launches Boxed Art Gallery after winning a grant from Tisch College's Tufts Student COVID Response Program.