Staged vinyl cling featuring artwork "Take me as I am" by Sophie Pearson, Fine Arts 2021.
Celebrate our graduating seniors and their work along Massachusetts Avenue!
On view May 22 – August 7 from the Porter Square MBTA Station, one block north of the Lunder Arts Center (1801 Massachusetts Avenue) to Wendell Street and back again!
In recognition of the wide-ranging impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on our student community and neighborhood businesses, we have installed a series of professionally produced vinyl images of student art and design work in storefront windows, recently extended to August 7, 2021. An “art walk” and roving reception took place the evening of Saturday, May 22nd.
We continue to safely celebrate student creators who have missed out on exhibition opportunities in their final two years at Lesley Art + Design, while drawing attention and prospective customers to the businesses along Massachusetts Ave.
Participating artists + designers and local businesses along Massachusetts Avenue:
1853 Commonwealth Locksmith Co. – Mary Edsall
1815 Bourbon Coffee – Terry Wang, Gia Williams, Emily Tran
1815 University Hall (2 entrances) – Jennifer Kalashian, Haley Hebert, E DiGiulian, Michaela Berry
1815 All Eyecare – Jamal A McCabe, Diana Carbone
1801 Lunder Arts Center / Lesley Art + Design – Sophie Pearson, Sara Santos
1765 Judy Jetson Hair – Madi Aldieri, Xinying Lin, Maddy Smith
1761 The Laundry Room – Jack Zhou, Emily Paquin
1737 University Wine Shop – Nicolas Silva, Jonathan Hill, Benjamin Feldman, Dio Nova
1685 Made by Me – Lauren Hubschmitt, Olivia Sciulli, Marshall Hughes
1663 former Hi-Rise Bakery – Armando Bahena, Annabel Sharrin, Olivia Obreski, Sanjé James, Alyssa Doocey, Ren Jace Loureiro, Sarah LaPorte, Meghann Villeneuve, Emma Jannino
1798 Cambridge Clogs – Brie Eigo
1792 former Joie de Vivre – Denisha Fisher, Sammy Kimball, Taylor Sietsema, Madalena Silva
1790 Chalawan – Rebecca Oliveira, Emma Corddry, Malia Edney, Dominique Alvarado, Madeline C Meyer
1784 Faron Salon – Ho Kyoung (Angie) Lee
1764 Get in Shape for Women – Casie Vergato, Natlie Francisque, Victoria Marin, Arianna Sargent
1678 Mix-It! – Rachel Watson, Betsy Areizaga
The Lesley Art + Design Storefront Initiative is co-presented by Dean Amy Green Deines and the LA+D Dean’s Community Advisory Council, including Ruth Ryals of Porter Square Neighbors Association, Erin Becker of Cambridge Art Association, Katherine Shozawa of LA+D, Jason Weeks of Cambridge Arts, City of Cambridge, Cory Shea of Maud Morgan Arts, Agassiz Baldwin Community, and Eric Luden of Digital Silver Imaging who so generously donated printing, production, and installation.
Thank you Eric and the team at Digital Silver Imaging!