The Singing Glass was the centerpiece of the artist’s thesis work as a graduate student in MassArt’s Film/Video MFA program.
The lecture series brings renowned visual artists to the Boston University campus for public artist talks and are taking place on various Tuesday’s this fall until November 19.
Kūkāʻilimoku assumed his new position in the skybridge of the Peabody Essex Museum’s new wing, with the help of a delegation of cultural practitioners from Hawai’i.
Featuring more than 40 contemporary works created by international artists, the exhibition challenges accepted notions about migration. On view through January 5, 2020.
Designed for working professionals, the priority deadline is October 15. Applications reviewed in order received until December 5.
Renoir: The Body, The Senses makes some attempts, vain in my opinion, to present Renoir as a politically progressive artist, even a closet feminist.
Featuring work from MassArt’s 2019 Low Residency MFA candidates in Interdisciplinary Practice. On view from July 22 – August 8.
Racist incidents like the one that targeted school children at the Boston MFA are neither the beginning nor the end. They underscore the museum world’s frequent failure to serve marginalized communities.
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.
The centerpiece of Summer Winds is a large scale, site specific architectural art installation called Silver Current by LA artist Patrick Shearn. On view from July 1 to September 30, 2019 in New Bedford, MA.
The campaign, funded by the Alternative for Germany party, features the 1866 painting “Slave Market” with the caption, “So that Europe won’t become Eurabia.”