Open Menu Close Menu Open Search Close Search

Join us online for the Fall 2020 semester!

In-person visits to our Medford galleries are limited to Tufts students, faculty, and staff for now to ensure the health and safety of our communities. We hope to welcome back all of our audiences at the start of the Spring semester to visit our exhibitions on view through March 2021. Until then, enjoy our full slate of online programs and virtual tours of selected exhibitions listed below.

Online Programs

Click program links to register to attend

Oct 13, 12-1:30pm
Panel: Indigenous-Led Cultural Regeneration & Commemoration
With Nicholas Brown, Faries Gray, Nia Holley, Sarah Kanouse, Elizabeth Solomon and Kristen Wyman

Oct 21, 6pm
public intimacies Student Screening
Curated by Flor Delgadillo & Anne Harris

Oct 29, 6pm
2020 Talks: Channeling
With artists Ria Brodell, Ariana Reines, and Valerie Stephens

Nov 6, 12pm
Workshop: We do not have to abandon ourselves to enter
With General Sisters

Nov 12, 6pm
Panel: Building Histories:Collections, Monuments and Racial Equity
With Eric Höweler, Courtney J. Martin, Anthony Romero, and Mechtild Widrich

Dec 2, 6pm
Past Events

Exhibitions

Virtual exhibition tours will go live on September 8th

public intimacies
Brandon Alvendia, Alex Bag, Sadie Benning, CovidTV, Autumn Knight, and Wanda Raimundi-Ortiz
View videos online

Jibade-Khalil Huffman: Now That I Can Dance
Through March 2021
360 Virtual Exhibition Tour

Artist Response: Ecologies of Acknowledgment
Through March 2021
View video online

SMFA Billboard: Kameelah Janan Rasheed
Public Artwork
Outside 230 Fenway
Through June 2021

General Sisters: SINGING WE MUST RAGE
Through May 2021

Janice Lourie: The Woven Image
Through December 2020
360 Virtual Exhibition Tour

 

Images: Khalil Huffman, Stanza; courtesy of the artist and Anat Ebgi; Sarah Kanouse and Nicholas Brown, Ecologies of Acknowledgment; courtesy the artists; Sadie Benning, still from It Wasn't Love; General Sisters, SINGING WE MUST RAGE; courtesy the artists.