As the School of the Museum of Fine Arts at Tufts moved instruction online, faculty and students improvised and kept creating.
Three SMFA alumni and their work are featured in this piece from the Boston Globe.
Read this statement from Dean Nancy Bauer about SMFA's commitment to active anti-racism efforts.
Alumna Ellen Gallagher and her work are profiled in this piece from the Boston Globe.
In light of the COVID-19 health crisis, graduating students are exhibiting their work through a virtual platform.
Beca Piascik, BFA '20, discusses how her Senior Thesis project shifted once she brought her studio home.
The Tufts community is invited to participate in an effort to keep a rich record of life at the university in the midst of global pandemic.
Amid pandemic uncertainty, Tisch Library and its branches and the Digital Collections and Archives rely on their preexisting digital plans and platforms.
Marla McLeod, MFA '20, is featured among five outstanding art-school graduate students this year.
Students, faculty, alumni, parents, and staff have all contributed to help deal with the pandemic in many ways. Here are 19, and counting.
Professor of the Practice Jane Gillooly's documentary "Where the Pavement Ends" is featured in this piece from WBUR.
Provides critical support for artists in early stages of their career.