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Our SMFA community includes faculty, staff, students, and alumni who are accomplished working artists, scholars, researchers, and activists. Below is a running listing of some of their many recent exhibitions, awards, publications, and other notable accomplishments.

Professor of the Practice Tanya Crane's piece "Big Pimpin'" was acquired by the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. This piece is also featured on the cover of Metalsmith Magazine.

Student Brigitte Grover has work included in an exhibition entitled Flora at Gallery 263 in Cambridge. This group exhibition was juried by Mark Dion and is on view through June 19.

Samantha Nye, BFA ‘11, has an upcoming exhibition at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston entitled My Hearts in a Whirl. It will be on view from June-October 2021.

Helina Metaferia, MFA ‘15, has been accepted into the Drawing Center’s (NYC) 20/21 Viewing Program, a new initiative that builds on the organization’s forty-year history of offering support to contemporary artists.

Isabel Beavers, MFA ‘17, has received the 2021 AICAD/NOAA Fisheries Fellowship, which aims to provide a hands-on opportunity for a recent graduate to apply their art and design education in addressing and communicating ecological and social concerns.

A short animation entitled “LA DOLCE VITA” was produced by the [P]Art Collective, which includes Professor of the Practice Neda Moridpour as well as Artist and Animator Pouya Afshar. It was selected as a semifinalist at the Burbank International Film Festival and was screened as an official selection at numerous film festivals.

Part-time Lecturer Maya Erdelyi served as a visiting guest critic for the MICA MFA program in May 2021.

Postgraduate Teaching Fellow Mia Fabrizio is exhibiting a large body of work at MIT's LabCentral through July 2021.

Throughout summer 2021, Postgraduate Teaching Fellow Mia Fabrizio's work will be on view at the Kingston Gallery in Boston, MA.