After middle school students and faculty reported four racist encounters at the museum, the institution launched an investigation into the claims, including reports that the students were profiled by security guards.
The museum has issued an apology for the “range of challenging and unacceptable experiences that made them feel unwelcome” and has launched an investigation.
This year’s Thesis Exhibitions are hosted in three installments, both on-campus and in Boston’s SoWA Arts District.
Designed for working professionals. Applications are due May 15 for the June 21–30 residency program.
For Botticelli: Heroines + Heroes, the painter, cartoonist, and graphic novelist Karl Stevens was called in to provide interpretive drawings of the Renaissance master’s paintings.
These paintings are more than color-field eye candy and hold their own as engaging abstracts.
Expansive exhibition features works by major artists, including student exercises, design objects, photographs, textiles, typography, paintings, and archival materials.
The lecture series brings renowned visual artists to the Boston University campus for public artist talks.
Kenyon will work with students in the College of Arts, Media and Design’s Arts Administration and Cultural Entrepreneurship graduate offerings.
The New Delhi based painter and printmaker discusses her experience in MassArt’s 2D Fine Arts MFA Program and life as an artist after graduate school.
The lecture series brings renowned visual artists to the Boston University campus for a public artist talk.
An exhibition of female faculty, their mentors, and their students at Boston University reveals the strength in women’s artistic genealogies.