Juried exhibition of artwork by Graduate School of Education students, staff, faculty, and alumni, exploring arts and the environment.
Teaming up with the Office of Community Engagement, Cambridge Rindge and
Latin high school students have created a mural that will hang in the
Lunder Arts Center for the public to view. The mural will be on display in the Spotlight gallery, facing Roseland Street.
We are delighted to partner with the Boston LGBTQIA Artist Alliance for their upcoming call for art and exhibition, which will be held at the University’s VanDernoot Gallery from January 31 – March 4, 2017. LGBTQIA-identifying artists residing in the state of Massachusetts are eligible to submit work.
Impolite-ic Politics is intended to push the envelope and dialogue on
issues that continue to challenge people in today’s culture, – while
still attempting to elevate and humanize the individuals depicted.
Making art lies at the heart of the practice of expressive therapies. We make art to express ourselves. We make art to connect with others. We make art to explore media. We make art to heal. Join us for an exhibition of art by art therapists.
Digital artist, Paul Turano, will be showing video installations at the
College of Art and Design this month as part of Video Dimensions. Pieces include: 137 Bullets, Waterboarding DC, The Porcine Dilemma, and Toward the Flame.