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6 New England and Online Photography Exhibition Not to Miss in Spring 2024
March 20, 2024 Art Papers
Christian Walker Dossier
March 15, 2024 Art New England
As the World Burns: Queer Photography and Nightlife in Boston
March 14, 2024 WBUR
5 things to do this weekend, including story time at Harvard Art Museums and a Celtic ballads workshop
March 07, 2024 Musée Magazine
Tufts University Christian Walker: The Profane and the Poignant
March 04, 2024 filthy dreams
“As the World Burns: Queer Photography and Nightlife in Boston” Keeps Dancing and Breaking out the Booze Through the Archives
February 06, 2024 Boston Art Review
Thirteen Exhibitions to Catch This Winter
February 06, 2024 Tufts Now
Christian Walker’s Candid, Caring Photos of the Combat Zone and Other Taboo Subjects
January 23, 2024 Boston Art Review
Christian Walker: Thoroughly Political, Poignant, and Worthy of Further Exploration
January 08, 2024 The Boston Globe
A pair of ambitious photo exhibits look at sexuality and race in Boston during the ’70s
November 18, 2023 Tufts Daily
Véxoa Nós Sabemos: A powerful exhibition of Brazilian Indigenous art at Tufts University Art Galleries
November 03, 2023 Tufts Now
Native Art that Embraces the Natural World
October 30, 2023 Tufts Now
Contemporary Indigenous Art of Brazil Comes to Tufts
October 23, 2023 Tufts Observer
Weaving Indigenous Narratives: Interconnectedness in TUAG’s Double Arrows
October 06, 2023 Tufts Daily
Tufts celebrates 30 years of LatinXcellence with upcoming reception and showcase
October 03, 2023 Tufts Now
Scenes from Inauguration Week
August 28, 2023 Artscope
Cultural catalysts at Tufts: Indigenous art and equity in the contemporary landscape
March 30, 2023 Boston Art Review
Artists are Reconsidering the Relics at Tufts University Art Galleries
February 21, 2023 Tufts Observer
Reflections on collections: Examining Tufts University Art Gallery's spring exhibition
November 17, 2022 Hyperallergic
What Does Solidarity by Artists Look Like?
November 03, 2022 Artscope
Signs of the Hour
November 02, 2022 Boston Art Review
"The Sun Rises in the West and Sets in the East" at Tufts University Art Galleries
October 27, 2022 The Boston Globe
At Tufts, dark visions cloud ‘The Sun Rises in the West and Sets in the East’
September 27, 2022 The Boston Globe
Sofía Córdova eyes the other side of apocalypse
June 13, 2022 WBUR
11 art exhibits to heat up your summer
May 20, 2022 The Boston Globe
10 must-see museum shows around New England
May 09, 2022 TuftsNow
Art to See, Hear, and Touch
April 25, 2022 Art in America
Archived Opposition: "Art for the Future" at Tufts University Art Galleries
April 07, 2022 PBS News Hour
Exhibit explores artists’ efforts to end U.S. intervention in Central America
March 03, 2022 DIG Boston
Woke in Progress VI: In the End We'll Need a New Logic
March 01, 2022 TuftsNow
Hacking for Diversity and Representation
February 27, 2022 Artishock
Artists Call. Redes de solidaridad entre artistas y activistas de eeuu y centroamérica
February 17, 2022 TuftsNow
When Artists Are Activists
February 11, 2022 Tufts Daily
Weekender: ‘Artists Call’ at Tufts University Art Galleries promotes historical dialogue
February 11, 2022 Artnet News
The Art Angle Podcast: How Lucy Lippard and a Band of Artists Fought U.S. Imperialism
February 04, 2022 GBH News
Open Studio: Exhibit documents artists' call to end U.S. intervention in Central America
January 11, 2022 ArtReview
What ArtReview Editors Are Looking Forward to in January 2022
January 06, 2022 Forbes
“Art for the Future” in: See ‘Infinite Indigenous Queer Love’ Through The Eyes Of Jeffrey Gibson
January 05, 2022 The Art Newspaper
Archival discovery prompts exploration of 1980s movement to support Central American artists at time of political upheaval
December 13, 2021 The Tufts Daily
‘Unsettling the Archive’ exhibit examines Tufts’ impact on the surrounding landscape
December 06, 2021 The Tufts Daily
Tufts University Art Galleries reflect on stolen land and resilient communities
November 06, 2021 Aravot Armenian News
Tufts University Art Galleries presents Connecting Threads /Survivor Objects
October 12, 2021 Tufts Now
Connecting the Stories of the Past in Art
October 08, 2021 Armenian Museum of America
Armenian Church Textiles Displayed at Tufts University
October 05, 2021 Mirror-Spectator
Armenian Church Textiles Displayed atTufts University
September 30, 2021 The Boston Globe
Faith Wilding, foremother of feminist art, draws on activist history in new shows at Brown, Tufts universities
September 27, 2021 WBUR News
15 Art Exhibits Worth Exploring This Fall
April 23, 2021 The Tufts Daily
Adjusted to a virtual format, TUAG sees increased engagement
April 21, 2021 Public Radio of Armenia
Tufts University Art Galleries explores the kaleidoscopic world of Armenian liturgical textiles
March 04, 2021 The Tufts Daily
Public Art workstream recommends commissioning new artwork to represent Tufts’ diversity
February 17, 2021 Tufts Now
Tufts Anti-Racism Initiative Moves Forward
February 17, 2021 Tufts Now
Tufts Anti-Racism Initiative: Public Art
February 16, 2021 Tufts Now
Casting a Critical Eye on Images that Perpetuate Racism
December 18, 2020 The Boston Globe
10 memorable museum shows from the year everyone wants to forget
TUAG Selected by Andy Warhol Foundation for Boston-Area Regranting Program
October 06, 2020 The Huntington News
Panel elaborates on abolition and discusses abolitionist practice in contemporary art
February 26, 2020 The Boston Globe
At Tufts, ‘Walls Turned Sideways’ exhibition takes a harrowing look at criminal justice
January 29, 2020 The Boston Globe
At SMFA, an artist’s minimal approach speaks volumes
January 20, 2020 WBUR The Artery
In 'Walls Turned Sideways,' Artists Question The 'Justice' Of Our Justice System
January 17, 2020 The Boston Globe
Boston’s 10 must-see museum shows for winter
Tufts University Art Galleries Receive National Endowment of the Arts Grant
November 07, 2019 The Boston Globe
At Tufts, Sanford Biggers takes aim at violence against African Americans
February 22, 2019 Boston Art Review
Not Time, But Feeling is Presented in Suara Welitoff's "Right Now This Moment"
January 30, 2019 The Boston Globe
Love and other untouchable energies from artist Harry Dodge
January 28, 2019 Art Daily
Exhibition at Tufts University Art Galleries features works by Suara Welitoff
January 24, 2019 The Boston Globe
The Ticket: What's happening in the local arts world
January 18, 2019 The Tufts Daily
Tufts University Art Galleries’ current exhibition ‘Harry Dodge: Works of Love’ explores philosophy and contemporary fears
January 17, 2019 Art Daily
Exhibition at Tufts University Art Galleries features recent works by Harry Dodge
January 16, 2019 WBUR
At Tufts, Harry Dodge’s 'Works Of Love' Is A Valentine To Both The Alien And The Earthly
January 02, 2019 Wonderland
Everything To See This Winter: Kahlo, Monet, Botticelli, Migration, Bauhaus
February 26, 2018 Tufts Now
American outsider art joins Tufts University permanent collection
February 23, 2018 The Architect's Newspaper
'Slumpies' featured in: Five shows that stretch the boundaries between furniture and art
February 09, 2018 Wonderland
'Decolonial Atlas' Wrestles With The Legacies Of Treating People And Places As Products To Be Conquered And Sold
January 12, 2018 The Boston Globe
Things to do: 'Hemisphere of Influence'
January 03, 2018 Wonderland
Art To See This Winter: 'A Decolonial Atlas: Strategies in Contemporary Art of the Americas'
November 02, 2017 Artscope Magazine
Modern-Day Mythology: Yuan's Dynamic Mural at Tufts
October 12, 2017 Tufts Now
Overcoming Adversity to Make His Art
February 08, 2017 WGBH News
When Humans Intersect With Oceans: Artists Explore
February 06, 2017 The Tufts Daily
'Floating Artifacts' at Tufts Art Gallery provokes reflection on pollution
January 27, 2017 The Boston Globe
When art is in fashion