Sm[ART] Commons is run by MCLA arts management students featuring interviews, reviews, articles and resources for current and prospective students, alumni, and the surrounding 社区. Students have conducted interview profiles on professionals in the field, alumni and students providing a platform for students to investigate the field of 艺术与文化.
Through interviews with some of the region's most unique and interesting voices, this podcast is cracking open the connections between arts learning and workforce skills 在马萨诸塞州的伯克郡.
The 杰西卡公园项目 was established in 2004 at MCLA to study and promote the art of Jessica Park, a renowned artist with autism in mid-career who lives and works 在马萨诸塞州的威廉斯敦. Originally part of the Fine and 表演艺术 major where student classes in 艺术管理 created exhibitions, books, and catalogues to celebrate Jessica's work, the Project, still under the guidance of its founder and now Director, Professor Emeritus Tony Gengarelly, works with the college and 社区 to display Jessica Park's stylistically brilliant and compelling art, as well as that of other artists on the autism spectrum, to many audiences in Berkshire County and Southern 佛蒙特州. In this endeavor we still enjoy the support of Jessica and the Park family as well as a number of partners, on and off campus. 我们当前与MAC的连接 through Gallery 51, where a number of Park related exhibitions have been shown over the past several years, places the Project exactly where it needs to be as it continues to advance the IDEA principles of 包容, 多样性、股票 and Access through the study and appreciation of Outsider 艺术.