by Amaya Willis
February 17, 2020
So far this month, art classes have been working hard at their craft. Freshmen artists have worked on chair studies using negative space, sophomore artists have been studying methods for creating depth and dimensions for spheres, and the seminar artists have worked with color techniques to add more to their recreation of paper folds. Good job to all of our creative artists!
A Chair in Negative Space
illustration by Connor Brandao; photo credits: Amaya Willis
illustration by Sitarah Lakhani; photo credits: Amaya Willis
illustration by Audrey Lin; photo credits: Amaya Willis
illustration by Sasha Tyutyunik; photo credits: Amaya Willis
illustration by Angie Zhong; photo credits: Amaya Willis
This summer, MassArt is running a program called Pre-College Summer Studios. Students entering junior or senior year are eligible to attend. It would be a great opportunity for those of you looking to go into the arts in college or at any point in life. The program is from July 15th to August 20th and helps youths build their portfolios and the necessary skills to become a professional artist. It offers a dorm to stay at, college credits, and financial aid scholarships to attend for those who qualify. There are three mandatory foundation classes for basics and an elective based on what you want to do. The deadline to apply is April 1st, 2020, and the deadline for a partial scholarship to attend the program is April 2nd, 2020. For more information, visit the website at https://massart.edu/summer-studios or email firstname.lastname@example.org!