The Tufts Community Appeal, which runs through the end of December, is a way for faculty and staff to contribute to many worthy causes.
Alumna Alicia Rodriguez Alvisa, BFA '18, and her photo series "You Are There, Are you there?, There You Are" are featured in this article from the New Yorker.
Mark your calendars for December 3, when Tufts pulls out all the stops for Giving Tuesday.
Biannual exhibition featuring SMFA at Tufts students and recent alumni represents first in new collaborative series between school and Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.
The SMFA Art Sale helps artists while also raising needed funds to provide financial aid to deserving students and support faculty.
A one-year renovation transforms a Tufts landmark into a place of new academic purpose and vitality.
The Boston-based visual artist’s large-scale and immersive projects reflect themes such as global migration and national identity.
Tufts University task force recommends implementation of a broad, strategic suite of mental health and wellness services at the university.
A convicted felon shares his story of earning a Ph.D., becoming a professor, and advocating for reforms that support successful re-entry.
Alumna Daniela Rivera, MFA '06, and her exhibition "Labored Landscapes" are featured in this piece from WBUR.
What is an artist-book, and how far can it push convention? An exhibition at Tufts proves form is limited only by the imagination.
Dina Deitsch, Director and Chief Curator of Tufts University Art Galleries and Darin Murphy, Head of the SMFA Library, were interviewed about the Bookworks exhibit in this episode of the Beyond the Book podcast.