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Godine Family Gallery

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The Godine Family Gallery is a student-run multi-use space within the Studio for Interrelated Media. Its uses include: exhibitions, performances, installations, conferences, lectures, events, and gatherings that serve the MassArt and Boston community. 

The 2015-2016 gallery manager curators are Emma Lanctôt + Renée Silva. 

Please contact the gallery with any proposals or inquiries for use of space at:

For more information, please visit the following pages for more information:

  Contact Info

  • 617.879.7114
  • Godine Family Gallery, Massachusetts College of Art and Design, 621 Huntington Avenue, Boston, MA 02115
  • Office Room N-175, Hours: by apt. Office is located on the first floor of the North Building, across the hall from the Pozen Center and the Godine Gallery.


The Godine Family Gallery serves as an educational tool for students in the Studio for Interrelated Media (SIM) who are interested in curatorial work and event production - much like the Eventworks Festival. Since its inception, the Godine Gallery has been entirely student-run. Because of the direct involvement of students, the space reflects the conversations present within the institution as well as the larger creative world. The Godine Family Gallery has exhibited works of MassArt students and visiting artists, including Marguerite Kahrl (, the de la Torre Brothers (, and Future Farmers

Summer Use

If you are interested in using the Godine Family Gallery during the summer months you must seek approval from the current managers.  The summer is often used for repairs and maintenance and availability is limited. Godine Family Gallery usage is NOT linked to Pozen Center rental or reservation. It is a separate process.

Want to be the Next Godine Manager?

Any SIM Major is eligible to apply to be a Godine Family Gallery Manager for the upcoming academic year.  Gallery Managers program, curate, manage installs and deinstall, maintain the physical wellbeing of the gallery, handle publicity (calendar listings, social media, documentation), event registration process for openings and other live events, and communicate with the SIM community at large about the Gallery.

Interested applicants should email the following items to and by the Thursday following spring break of each academic year (this year March 17, 2016):

1. Letter of interest
2. Most recent resume (if a group application, all individual resumes in the group) 
3. Mission statement for the gallery

All Godine Gallery managers are required to register for the Event Planning and Production elective for the entire year of service.

Last updated Mar. 13, 2016 11:12pm