SMFA’s Jeannie Simms traveled to Italy to work with townspeople and new immigrants to create art and build collaboration
Tufts hosts event October 29 to bring university community together to network and brainstorm on key research focus areas
A review of the Museum of Capitalism, hosted at SMFA's Grossman Gallery. Abigail Satinsky is curator.
They lived outside the arts world, but created works—now on view at Tufts—that are standing the test of time
The Museum of Capitalism, hosted at SMFA's Grossman Gallery, is featured in this arts round-up.
A longtime teacher at the SMFA, her paintings and photography were about looking for the unseen.
Mounts Botanical Garden in West Palm Beach, Florida received the “Design Award of Honor” from the Florida Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects (FLASLA). The award was presented for the attraction Windows on the Floating World: Blume Tro
SMFA is highlighted as a major generator of artists of "the Boston School" in this review of the exhibition Under a Dismal Boston Skyline, which features the work of many SMFA alumni.
Using the university’s libraries, the Bridging Differences initiative encourages learning about the political, social, and cultural issues that divide our society
Professor of the Practice Mary Ellen Strom is collaborating with Native American researcher Shane Doyle on an eco-art event at Missouri Headwaters State Park in Three Forks, Montana.
In a new pre-orientation program for incoming students, the focus was on the arts
The Boston Globe features The Museum of Capitalism exhibition, which is on display through Oct. 25. 2018 at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts at Tufts University.