“[DATMA’s] success stands in testament to their ability to connect the past and the present in order to inform the future.” Art New England highlights DATMA in an article showcasing New Bedford’s art and culture within the greater southcoast area.
“Shelter is one of the three most primal necessities of life, right alongside food and water. But to be “sheltered” implies more than just four walls and a roof.” Don Wilkinson covers partner exhibition “Sheltered” at the CVPA Star Store. Read the piece now and see the show until Sept 8th.
“We consider shelter in all its forms and meanings, that’s the theme for this year’s collaborative art venture in New Bedford coordinated by DATMA.” Mindy Todd sits down with DATMA Director Lindsay Miś to talk about DATMA, Shelter, and Community.
“There are literal shelters: places where people could live and the echoes of where someone has lived. And there are exhibits built more figuratively around the idea of shelter.” Public’s Radio Hosts Chuck Hinman and James Baumgartner Interview Lindsay Miś about DATMA’s 2022 Theme “Shelter.”
NEW BEDFORD — For its fourth year, the Massachusetts Design Art and Technology Institute Massachusetts Design Art and Technology Institute (DATMA) will launch three new, free public art exhibitions plus numerous programs and initiatives with partners in New Bedford this summer.