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Saturday Studios: Exhibit of Student Work
Exhibit: April 27 – May 2
Reception: Saturday, May 2, 11:30 am.
The Art Education department announces an exhibition of art by students in the Saturday Studios youth program, opening April 27th, and culminating with a reception on May 2nd.
Saturday Studios is an over 75 year-old tradition taught by undergraduate and graduate students of the Art Education program each semester. The classes are all taught on MassArt’s unique urban college campus, and are offered to students from elementary to high school ages. Teachers develop innovative curriculum highlighting 2 and 3-dimensional techniques, in studios including Middle and High School Painting, Comics, Art Explorations I and II, Fashion and Fibers, Middle School Sculpture, Mixed Media Sculpture, The Figure, Photography, 21st Century Drawing, and Animation. The program serves to give students a meaningful art making experience, and build the teaching repertoire of the student teachers.
The exhibition will be open to the public beginning Monday, April 27th 2015 from 10 AM to 6 PM in the Arnheim Gallery and the South Crackatorium Gallery, with a reception on Saturday, May 2rd at 11:30 AM. The gallery is located in South Hall, 621 Huntington Avenue, Boston MA.
Request for Proposals
Arnheim Gallery, Massachusetts College of Art & Design
The Arnheim Gallery is accepting exhibition proposals for the fall semester of 2015. The call is open to all MassArt students, staff, faculty and alumni working in any media. The deadline for proposals is Friday May 8, 2015 by 5:00 pm.
Proposals must align with the gallery’s mission statement: The Arnheim Gallery acts as a physical curriculum that furthers the mission and philosophy of the Art Education department. The gallery is a public venue to showcase the interfaces of art, education, and research. These interwoven contemporary practices provide opportunities for innovation in a gallery setting focused on teaching and learning in the visual arts.
Be sure to include:
– All participating artists names and contact info, including email
– Up to one page written proposal
– Images of work (or plans for work) in jpeg format
– Résumé (s)
Please email these items to email@example.com noting ‘Arnheim Proposal’ in the subject line. You can also mail them to:
Arnheim Gallery Coordinator
Art Education Department
Massachusetts College of Art & Design
621 Huntington Ave
Boston, MA 02115
April 28 – May 3 / Arnheim Gallery / Reception: May 3, 11:30-12:00
See photos from the reception.