Saturday, Oct 01, 2022 11:00a -
Sunday, Nov 13, 2022 4:00p

MassArt x SoWa
Suite C-8, 460 Harrison Ave
Boston, MA 02118

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MassArt x SoWa is pleased to present Little Splinters: 2022 Graduate Alumni Exhibition, on view from October 1 - November 13, 2022. The work in the gallery’s second annual juried alumni exhibition is grounded in perspectives including the Queer body, the maternal witness, visually ambiguous racial identity, Middle Eastern heritage, the responsibilities of citizenship, the limits and fragility of democracy, and economic struggle, among others. Though inherently political, the show itself is more an opening than a declaration. It’s as if these artists, using humor, beauty, and stark inquiry, make the membrane between what is internal and external permeable for the viewer. We are invited to peer in and to listen with care.

Little Splinters features recent work from twenty-nine graduate alumni, representing seven MassArt graduate programs, including MFA and Post-Bac programs in Fine Arts (2D and 3D Fine Arts, Photography, Film/Video, and Fine Arts: Low Residency), as well as three graduate programs in Art Education, with graduation dates between 2008 and 2022. This exhibition was collaboratively curated and designed by Lucinda Bliss, Felicia Scott Flint, Jen Mawson, Rebecca Morrison, and Zhidong Zhang.

Join us for two SoWa First Friday receptions on October 7 and November 4, from 5-9pm. Several of the Little Splinters artists will be in attendance!

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