The ongoing COVID-19 health crisis prevented us from organizing many of our exhibitions in-person but we worked to showcase our students’ artwork through virtual platforms.
These virtual exhibitions and events highlight the inspiring works of our undergraduate and graduate students. We hope you’ll join us in celebrating our students by exploring the virtual exhibitions below.
These award-winning works were shown as part of a jury-selected program showcasing the outstanding artistic achievement of students in Media Arts at SMFA at Tufts.
Forever in Ten Days features the work of thirteen MFA students.
If you draw a _____ it could be the ground features the work of fourteen undergraduate students who completed the Senior Thesis Program.
You're on Mute features the work of twelve MFA students.
This exhibition highlights the work of our annual award winners and by members of the Class of 2021.
This jury-selected program showcases the outstanding artistic achievements of students in Media Arts at the SMFA at Tufts.
Waiting Room features the work of eight MFA students.
Proximity features the work of fourteen undergraduate students who completed the Senior Thesis Program.
The show features the work of undergraduate and graduate students in the areas of photography and digital media.
Duct Tape features the work of 60 students in the areas of drawing and painting.
A culmination of the three First Year Shows that were held in academic year 2020-2021.
Curated by seven MFA students, “OFF GRID” is a celebration of work created autonomously and without reliance on perceived systems of normality, creating new utilities and opportunities to make and participate in art as an ever-changing institution.
"As Above, So Below" presents the thesis work of seventeen MFA students.
"Outrageous Plans for Sensible Ideas" features the work of fourteen undergraduate students from the 2019-2020 Senior Thesis Program.
This exhibition highlights the work of our annual award winners and members of the Class of 2020.
The Media Arts Annual is a screening of time-based media artworks completed by students working in a variety of mediums.