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  • 7/29Mission Hill Mandala+

    Sparring Partners Exhibition Windows
    Corner of Huntington & Longwood Avenues
    Friday, July 29, 2016



    The Sparring Partners summer exhibition features the art work of 13 students from Mission Grammar School. These student-artists, ranging in age from 7 to 12, created personal mandalas representing who they are and what they love. In creating these mandalas each student became the center of their own visual universe, and illustrated their personal story.

    Sparring Partners is a collaboration between CACP, Harvard School of Public Health, Mission Hill Main Streets and Mission Hill community members.

    Hours: On view through August 30, 2016
    Contact Name: Elena Belle White
    Contact Emailewhite@massart.edu
    Contact Phone: (617) 879-7527
    Sponsor: Center for Art and Community Partnerships
    Open to the public: Yes
    Disability accommodation: If you need a disability-related accommodation for a MassArt-sponsored event on campus, email Mercedes Evans at mercedes.evans@massart.edu at least two weeks prior to the program date.
    More infomissiongrammar.org

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  • 7/29CONNECTIONS+

    Friday, July 29, 2016, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.



    CONNECTIONS

    July 11‒August 10, 2016

    Gallery Reception: August 10, 6:00‒8:00pm
    Student Life Gallery, 2nd floor, Kennedy Building

    Every civilization has myths and traditions, which shape the beliefs of their society. Those mythologies are articulated around stories that assist in understanding the world. The goal of this exhibition is to illustrate how that richness grants stability in unsure moments and affects history as well as possible futures. By examining how objects relate to stories and encouraging audiences to consider their connections to others, this exhibition promotes a platform for open dialogue. As humans, we tend to remember things that make a strong impression and forget the rest. As artists we distill and filter those experiences by observing their meaning and employing it to add to the world.

    Drew Ippoliti, Alia Pialtos, and Wade Tullier are three American ceramic artists with distinct yet resonant approaches. Ippoliti and Pialtos are New England natives, while Tullier traces his roots to coastal Louisiana. Drew Ippoliti probes the Chinese Porcelain trade and the enduring changes it brought to the Boston area. Alia Pialtos reimagines the way we understand our intangible attachments to others through the portrayal of truth and fiction. Wade Tullier constructs narratives with distinct forms questioning how phenomena are best explained. Bringing these diverse backgrounds into focus, Ippoliti, Pialtos, and Tullier inspire new ways of connecting to and understanding the world around us.

    This exhibition builds on the idea of multiplicity and asks audiences to think about what they see and how it relates to the world they inhabit. Real or imagined mythologies add substance to the world creating a foundation for people to know themselves and others.

    About the artists:

    Drew Ippoliti is an American artist, researcher and educator.
    He completed a BFA at MassArt is 2002, and MFA at Cranbrook Academy of Art in 2009. Ippoliti is currently an Assistant Professor of Fine Art at the University of Akron in Ohio.

    Alia Pialtos received her BFA from MassArt in 2010 and MFA at the University of Colorado Boulder in 2014. Pialtos has taught Ceramics and Foundations at a number of universities and is currently an Artist in Residence at Worcester Center for Crafts.

    Wade Tullier is an MFA candidate in Ceramics at Cranbrook Academy of Art in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan and will graduate in 2017. He received his BFA in Ceramics from Louisiana State University in 2012. Wade is the studio assistant of Anders Ruhwald in Detroit, MI.

    Building: Kennedy
    Gallery: Student Life Gallery
    Hours: Gallery Hours: Monday‒Friday, 9:00 am‒5:00 pm, On view through August 10, 2016
    Contact Name: Patrick Luteran
    Contact Emailalumni@massart.edu
    Contact Phone: 617-879-7020
    Sponsor: Alumni Relations
    Open to the public: Yes
    Disability accommodation: If you need a disability-related accommodation for a MassArt-sponsored event on campus, email Mercedes Evans at mercedes.evans@massart.edu at least two weeks prior to the program date.
    More infowww.alumni.massart.edu…

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  • 7/29MFA: Fine Arts (Low-Residency in Boston) Thesis Exhibition 2016+

    Friday, July 29, 2016, 12 – 6 p.m.



    Please join us for the 2016 MFA: Fine Arts (Low-Residency in Boston) Thesis Exhibition.

    Show on view: July 25 - August 8, 2015
    Reception: Thursday, August 4, 6-8 pm
    Hours: Monday - Saturday: 12:00 - 6:00PM
    Wednesdays: 12:00 - 8:00PM
    Closed Sundays

    Featured Artists:

    Freedom Baird
    William Chambers
    Jennifer Leniart
    Dick Lynn
    Holly McCabe
    Alison Morgan
    Erik Nohalty
    Eddie Rath

    Building: South
    Gallery: Sandra and David Bakalar Gallery
    Hours: Mon-Sat: 12:00-6:00pm, Wed: 12:00-8:00pm
    Contact Name: Graduate Programs
    Contact Emailgradprogram@massart.edu
    Contact Phone: 617 879 7166
    Sponsor: Graduate Programs
    Open to the public: Yes
    Disability accommodation: If you need a disability-related accommodation for a MassArt-sponsored event on campus, email Mercedes Evans at mercedes.evans@massart.edu at least two weeks prior to the program date.

      Read more...

     
  • 7/30Mission Hill Mandala+

    Sparring Partners Exhibition Windows
    Corner of Huntington & Longwood Avenues
    Saturday, July 30, 2016



    The Sparring Partners summer exhibition features the art work of 13 students from Mission Grammar School. These student-artists, ranging in age from 7 to 12, created personal mandalas representing who they are and what they love. In creating these mandalas each student became the center of their own visual universe, and illustrated their personal story.

    Sparring Partners is a collaboration between CACP, Harvard School of Public Health, Mission Hill Main Streets and Mission Hill community members.

    Hours: On view through August 30, 2016
    Contact Name: Elena Belle White
    Contact Emailewhite@massart.edu
    Contact Phone: (617) 879-7527
    Sponsor: Center for Art and Community Partnerships
    Open to the public: Yes
    Disability accommodation: If you need a disability-related accommodation for a MassArt-sponsored event on campus, email Mercedes Evans at mercedes.evans@massart.edu at least two weeks prior to the program date.
    More infomissiongrammar.org

      Read more...

     
  • 7/30CONNECTIONS+

    Saturday, July 30, 2016, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.



    CONNECTIONS

    July 11‒August 10, 2016

    Gallery Reception: August 10, 6:00‒8:00pm
    Student Life Gallery, 2nd floor, Kennedy Building

    Every civilization has myths and traditions, which shape the beliefs of their society. Those mythologies are articulated around stories that assist in understanding the world. The goal of this exhibition is to illustrate how that richness grants stability in unsure moments and affects history as well as possible futures. By examining how objects relate to stories and encouraging audiences to consider their connections to others, this exhibition promotes a platform for open dialogue. As humans, we tend to remember things that make a strong impression and forget the rest. As artists we distill and filter those experiences by observing their meaning and employing it to add to the world.

    Drew Ippoliti, Alia Pialtos, and Wade Tullier are three American ceramic artists with distinct yet resonant approaches. Ippoliti and Pialtos are New England natives, while Tullier traces his roots to coastal Louisiana. Drew Ippoliti probes the Chinese Porcelain trade and the enduring changes it brought to the Boston area. Alia Pialtos reimagines the way we understand our intangible attachments to others through the portrayal of truth and fiction. Wade Tullier constructs narratives with distinct forms questioning how phenomena are best explained. Bringing these diverse backgrounds into focus, Ippoliti, Pialtos, and Tullier inspire new ways of connecting to and understanding the world around us.

    This exhibition builds on the idea of multiplicity and asks audiences to think about what they see and how it relates to the world they inhabit. Real or imagined mythologies add substance to the world creating a foundation for people to know themselves and others.

    About the artists:

    Drew Ippoliti is an American artist, researcher and educator.
    He completed a BFA at MassArt is 2002, and MFA at Cranbrook Academy of Art in 2009. Ippoliti is currently an Assistant Professor of Fine Art at the University of Akron in Ohio.

    Alia Pialtos received her BFA from MassArt in 2010 and MFA at the University of Colorado Boulder in 2014. Pialtos has taught Ceramics and Foundations at a number of universities and is currently an Artist in Residence at Worcester Center for Crafts.

    Wade Tullier is an MFA candidate in Ceramics at Cranbrook Academy of Art in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan and will graduate in 2017. He received his BFA in Ceramics from Louisiana State University in 2012. Wade is the studio assistant of Anders Ruhwald in Detroit, MI.

    Building: Kennedy
    Gallery: Student Life Gallery
    Hours: Gallery Hours: Monday‒Friday, 9:00 am‒5:00 pm, On view through August 10, 2016
    Contact Name: Patrick Luteran
    Contact Emailalumni@massart.edu
    Contact Phone: 617-879-7020
    Sponsor: Alumni Relations
    Open to the public: Yes
    Disability accommodation: If you need a disability-related accommodation for a MassArt-sponsored event on campus, email Mercedes Evans at mercedes.evans@massart.edu at least two weeks prior to the program date.
    More infowww.alumni.massart.edu…

      Read more...

     
  • 7/30MFA: Fine Arts (Low-Residency in Boston) Thesis Exhibition 2016+

    Saturday, July 30, 2016, 12 – 6 p.m.



    Please join us for the 2016 MFA: Fine Arts (Low-Residency in Boston) Thesis Exhibition.

    Show on view: July 25 - August 8, 2015
    Reception: Thursday, August 4, 6-8 pm
    Hours: Monday - Saturday: 12:00 - 6:00PM
    Wednesdays: 12:00 - 8:00PM
    Closed Sundays

    Featured Artists:

    Freedom Baird
    William Chambers
    Jennifer Leniart
    Dick Lynn
    Holly McCabe
    Alison Morgan
    Erik Nohalty
    Eddie Rath

    Building: South
    Gallery: Sandra and David Bakalar Gallery
    Hours: Mon-Sat: 12:00-6:00pm, Wed: 12:00-8:00pm
    Contact Name: Graduate Programs
    Contact Emailgradprogram@massart.edu
    Contact Phone: 617 879 7166
    Sponsor: Graduate Programs
    Open to the public: Yes
    Disability accommodation: If you need a disability-related accommodation for a MassArt-sponsored event on campus, email Mercedes Evans at mercedes.evans@massart.edu at least two weeks prior to the program date.

      Read more...

     
  • 7/31Mission Hill Mandala+

    Sparring Partners Exhibition Windows
    Corner of Huntington & Longwood Avenues
    Sunday, July 31, 2016



    The Sparring Partners summer exhibition features the art work of 13 students from Mission Grammar School. These student-artists, ranging in age from 7 to 12, created personal mandalas representing who they are and what they love. In creating these mandalas each student became the center of their own visual universe, and illustrated their personal story.

    Sparring Partners is a collaboration between CACP, Harvard School of Public Health, Mission Hill Main Streets and Mission Hill community members.

    Hours: On view through August 30, 2016
    Contact Name: Elena Belle White
    Contact Emailewhite@massart.edu
    Contact Phone: (617) 879-7527
    Sponsor: Center for Art and Community Partnerships
    Open to the public: Yes
    Disability accommodation: If you need a disability-related accommodation for a MassArt-sponsored event on campus, email Mercedes Evans at mercedes.evans@massart.edu at least two weeks prior to the program date.
    More infomissiongrammar.org

      Read more...

     
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