The School of the Museum of Fine Arts at Tufts University (SMFA) is furthering its leadership in the realm of humanities and social justice in the arts by bringing aboard a trailblazing group of faculty from diverse fields of artistry and scholarship.
“Our student body has increasingly become more diverse over the years — both demographically and in the subjects they want to explore with their artistic process and research. It is important that our faculty reflects this diversity,” said Nancy Bauer, dean of SMFA at Tufts. “We couldn’t be more excited for this new group of artists and educators to join our community. Not only are they top-tier established artists and academics who bring with them fresh perspectives and international experience, but their work and scholarship also explore topics that are of deep importance to our students and the larger world.”
Cristobal Cea is a Chilean artist whose work focuses on the relation between digital media, history, and memory.
Kate Conlon is a multidisciplinary artist whose work explores the various ways that we make sense of the world.
Guadalupe Maravilla is a visual artist, choreographer, and healer.
Claudia Mattos Avolese is a scholar whose recent research focuses on indigenous arts in Brazil, the imaginary of the forest, and ecology.
Triton Mobley is a new media artist and researcher; his interests include interventionist works, guerrilla performances, and installations.
Rick Moody is an award-winning author of six novels, three collections of short stories, a memoir, and a collection of essays.
Kelli Morgan is the Professor of the Practice and inaugural Director of Curatorial Studies. She specializes in critical-race curatorial analyses.
Ng’endo Mukii is an award-winning director and writer most well-known for the film “Yellow Fever” (2012).
Laurel Nakadate is a photographer, filmmaker, video, and performance artist.
Mike Smoot is an artist who focuses on past, present, and future social-political-economic-ecological interactions, phenomena, and potentials.
To learn more, visit smfa.tufts.edu.
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