DATMA’s Executive Director, Lindsay Mis and Jared Bowen talk about Light 2020 and DATMA’s featured artists MASARY studios and Soo Sunny Park as well what it’s like to install public art in her New Bedford community.
Tune-in Thursday, July 30th from 7-8pm to hear how Boston based MASARY Studios joined with New Bedford fishing community to get an in-depth look at the everyday life of fishermen going to sea to bring their bounty of fish to port.
Walk on by, drive on by, see the LIGHT in downtown New Bedford. DATMA presents artworks by Soo Sunny Park and MASARY Studios to be enjoyed while socially distancing, on view now.
Art organizations in downtown New Bedford has safely come together to bring art to the community.
Tonight you can join DATMA for a behind the scenes visit of the public art project, Photo Kinetic Grid by Soo Sunny Park, featuring Executive Director, Lindsay Mis interviewed by Viera Levitt, UMass Dartmouth Gallery Director.
Don Wilkinson goes into the history of MASARY studios and the inspiration behind their piece “Vessels” shown in downtown New Bedford in relation to the fishing community.
The Massachusetts Design Art and Technology Institute has kicked off a city-wide collaborative art venture called “Light 2020.” It consists of free public art projects that showcase some of New Bedford’s legacy with an angle on renewable energy and you guessed it, light.
DATMA’s Lindsay Mis and featured artist Soo Sunny Park speak with Public’s Radio Chuck Hinman about the Light:2020 installations in downtown New Bedford.