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SMFA's highly anticipated sale showcases an impressive range of SMFA’s emerging and established artists—from students and alumni to faculty and affiliated artists. Explore and shop the eclectic mix of works on a changing rotation, which are priced by the artists and sold to benefit SMFA student scholarships. Join us for the opening celebration November 20, 5–8 pm, which will feature music and cash bar.
Admission to the sale and related events is free. Call 617-369-3204 or visit our webpage for more information.
On view October 6–24, 2014 at Harvard University's Center for Government and International Studies, "South Asia Exchange: Thoughts, Responses and Questions" features works by SMFA students that explore a contemporary dialog about South Asia: Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Burma, India, Nepal, Sri Lanka and Pakistan. The topics and themes include social justice, pop culture, industry; the environment, food, music, and how they come into play with the idea of exchange. Admission to the exhibition and all related events is free.
Opening Reception: Wednesday, October 8, 2014, 6–9 pm
Panel Discussion: Wednesday, October 8, 2014, 7 pm
Artists: Aparna Agrawal, Susan Bazett, John Bergman-McCool, Pete Adam Bialecki, Jeremy Endo, Matthew Homer, Hillary Irvine, JiEun Jang, Veena Krishnakumar, Eun Gyu Lee, Ryan Leitner, Azita Moradkhani, Michelle Morby, Dael Mundy, Andrew Slezak, Gabriel Sosa, Seth VanDerEems, Kushala Vora, and Madeline Zappala.
In collaboration with the Harvard University South Asia Institute and MIT's Heritage of the Arts of South Asia (MITHAS).
The Griffin Museum of Photography’s Focus Awards recognize individuals making critical contributions to the promotion, curation and presentation of photography. The 2014 awards, October 24 and 25, will celebrate four people and organizations instrumental in building greater awareness of the photographic arts in the general public, including SMFA’s own Jim Dow who will receive the Lifetime Achievement Award.
Congratulations to the 10 artists selected as 2015 SMFA Traveling Fellows. Since 1899, this SMFA program has awarded funds to select artists for post-graduate work and travel. Upon the completion of their travels, a jury will select one artist for a solo presentation at the MFA Boston in 2017. Read more about the Fellows.
The completion of SMFA alumna Shinique Smith's large-scale mural, Seven Moons Junction, at the Rose F. Kennedy Greenway Wall at Dewey Square Park was celebrated on September 23. Click here to watch a time-lapse video of the mural installation.
Neil Patrick Harris, Kevin Spacey, and Sarah Jessica Parker saluted "Art of the Pixel" finalists at a gala at New York's Gotham Hall on September 17. Check out some highlights from the red carpet. The event, hosted by LG, celebrated the incredible art by the nine student finalists "The Art of the Pixel" New Media competition, including SMFA's Daniel Barreto. John Summerson from Pacific Northwest College of Art was named grand prize winner, while Joseph Bui from Pratt Institute was named first runner-up.
The staff of the William Morris Hunt Memorial Library invites you the 23rd exhibition in their collaboration with students from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.
4 Painters 2014
September 18–December 12, 2014
Opening Reception: September 25, 2014, 4–6 pm
Shinique Smith (MAT '00) returns to Boston with a new exhibition of paintings, scultpure, installations, video, and performance. Exhibit open: August 23, 2014 through March 1, 2015 at the Henry and Lois Foster Gallery, Museum of Fine Arts.
Read about the exhibit in the Boston Globe: "Shinique Smith exhibit wild and welcoming"