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MassArt's Bakalar and Paine Galleries are the professional galleries on campus. Exhibitions in these galleries serve to further the education of the MassArt community, and provide public access to the arts for the metropolitan Boston area.
South, Collins, North, and East form a quadrangle called the Courtyard, or the center of MassArt's campus. This green space provides an outdoor installation and classroom space to our students.
Comprised of 40,000 square feet of new space for the College, the Design and Media Center becomes the front door to the entire MassArt campus, connecting for the first time all of the College’s adjacent buildings and providing full accessibility to campus.
Evans Way Park is part of the Emerald Necklace, architected by Frederick Law Olmsted, the park stems off the Muddy River Park and sits between Tower Building, the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, and Wentworth dormitories.
The Fine Arts 3D Sculpture metalshop provides industry quality metalworking facilities to all students at MassArt. This includes a full-production metal foundry for cast bronze, aluminum, and iron using sand molds, and the lost wax method with ceramic shell.