Building student involvement, fostering civic engagement and enhancing community service to advance public health. 

Tufts University, in collaboration with artist and School of the Museum of Fine Arts at Tufts University (SMFA) student Ned Carlson, is inviting local artists to submit their work to be featured on The Boxed Art Gallery, a new online gallery that seeks to use art to uplift, unite, and inspire conversations among people across the Greater Boston area during the pandemic. 

The Boxed Art Gallery contest is juried by a team of experts in the art world and includes the following individuals from the Tufts, Boston, Medford, and Somerville:

  • Nancy Bauer, dean of academic affairs for Arts and Sciences at SMFA
  • Nandi Bynoe, associate dean of diversity and inclusion at Tufts
  • Ned Carlson, student at SMFA at Tufts University
  • Caleb Davis, administrative director at SMFA
  • Stephanie McKay, co-chair of the Medford Arts Council
  • Iaritza Menjivar, event manager at the Somerville Arts Council
  • Danielle Moriarty, co-chair of the Medford Arts Council
  • Cynthia Woo, director of the Pao Arts Center

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