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Student Announcements are on hiatus for the summer.

Check back in the fall semester for new information.

Announcements and Opportunities

Update on Advising Drop-in Hours

Please note that regular advising drop-in hours in the SMFA Atrium will end following the last day of classes on May 1. For advising questions or concerns, please contact SMFA Advising continues to be available for Virtual Advising as usual.

Locker Clean-Out

For those individuals who have a locker reserved at 230 The Fenway, please be advised that you have until the end of the Review Board period on Friday, May 12 to clear out your supplies from your locker. All contents not removed by this date will become the property of the School and may be discarded or donated. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact SMFA Student Affairs at


Graphic Arts Annual 2023

The opening reception of the Graphic Arts Annual is Friday, May 5, at 4:00 pm.

Somerville Open Studios

Please join us for Somerville Open Studios Saturday, May 6 and Sunday, May 7 from 12:00 - 6:00 pm at 11 Miller Street Artist Studios in Somerville.

Supervision: A Repro Roller Rave

Artists and reproductive rights advocates: mark your calendars for Thursday, May 18 from 7:00 - 10:00 pm. Performance artist Viva Ruiz of “Thank God for Abortion" is hosting an event at Chez Vous Roller Skating Rink in Dorchester to celebrate bodily autonomy. We are looking for collaborators to work with Viva on her roller skating performance or with our graphic designer on designs for the event. This is a launch for the book Supervision: On Motherhood and Surveillance, ed. by artists Sophie Hamacher & Jessica Hankey, published by The MIT Press and Orbis Editions. Contact with questions or follow us on IG @orbiseditions for more information. View more information here

News From The Career Center

Job Spotlight

Production Event Staff at Lowell Summer Music Series (seasonal)

Graphic Designer at Clarks

Professional Development Rotational Program for Print Technology at AB Corp


Studio Clean-Out

All artwork, digital files, and personal belongings must be removed from the SMFA studios by 5:00 pm on May 12. This includes items stored in flat files, on shelves, or in cabinets within a studio. Any space used for an installation/painting must be returned to its original state immediately following removal. Anything left in the studios after this deadline will be considered abandoned and is subject to disposal. If you cannot remove your items or files by this deadline, please contact the Studio Manager for the area or e-mail

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