Saya Woolfalk is a New York based artist who uses science fiction and fantasy to re-imagine the world in multiple dimensions.
2020 Talks is a series of events organized by Claire Barliant, Daisy Nam, and Meg Rotzel that aims to anticipate the future by reflecting on the past.
Why SMFA at Tufts?
Listen to undergraduate and graduate students speak about their experiences.
Khaldoun Hijazin, MFA '14, has been named Artistic Director of the National Gallery of Fine Arts in Amman, Jordan.
Gerri Rachins is having a solo exhibition of new works on paper from her ongoing series In-Between at The Painting Center in Chelsea, NY, from October 27 to November 21, 2020 with an opening reception from 5 pm to 8 pm on Thursday, October 29.
Sarah “Val” Valente, Assistant Director of Student Affairs, moderated a panel discussion on Artistic Narratives and Social Engagement with Karen Hampton, MassArt faculty, Jhona Xaviera, SMFA alum, Naledi Masilo, NEC student, and Ameya Okamoto, SMFA student. Panelists addressed how their journeys, heritage, and our current moment amidst a pandemic and the growing Black Lives Matter movement impact their creative practices particularly as artists of color. This was one of four panels on socially engaged artistic practices. Recordings will be available at a later date at www.proarts.org.
Award-winning set decorator and interior designer Lydia Marks, BFA ’92, talks artistic freedom and shares the secret to storytelling.
Victor Quiñonez shares his interdisciplinary process and the inspiration for his “Neo-Indigenous” style.