Bakalar & Paine Galleries: Renovation and Addition
It will be the largest free contemporary art destination in Boston; an 8,000-square-foot masterpiece designed by Machado and Silvetti housing the cutting-edge Bakalar & Paine contemporary art galleries, classrooms for community and art education programs, and a multipurpose performance and lecture hall.
Exterior view from Huntington Avenue, Boston MASSACHUSETTS COLLEGE OF ART AND DESIGN Bakalar & Paine Galleries: Renovation and Addition Designed by: Machado and Silvetti Exterior view from Huntington Avenue, Boston 2 It will be the largest free contemporary art destination in Boston; an 8,000-square-foot masterpiece designed by Machado and Silvetti housing the cutting-edge Bakalar & Paine contemporary art galleries, classrooms for community and art education programs, and a multipurpose performance and lecture hall. It’s the final step in MassArt’s $140-million campaign to transform the campus, inspire the community, and spur the creative economy. The new $16.1-million renovation will feature all of the front and back of house additions needed to accommodate Installation view: Joe Fig: Inside the Painter’s Studio, Stephen D. Paine Gallery, Spring 2011 virtually any exhibition year round, expand art education outreach programs, attract more visitors to campus, and provide more opportunities for MassArt students to work directly with visiting artists and learn first-hand about designing and curating exhibitions. And an iconic new pavilion will stretch out from South Hall to greet visitors along Huntington Avenue and serve as a highly visible entrance. Creating these state-of-the-art facilities will foster learning, creativity, and academic inquiry, while transforming them into a “must visit” destination along the Avenue of the Arts. It’s important to our campus, to future artists and designers, and to our promise to be an educational and cultural resource for the citizens of Massachusetts. And it’s a rare opportunity for donors to make a significant impact on MassArt’s mission and Boston’s cultural landscape for generations to come. MASSACHUSETTS COLLEGE OF ART AND DESIGN 3 FIRST FLOOR PLAN Public Restrooms Registrarâ€™s Viewing Area Learning Center Public Elevator Arnheim Gallery Loading, Receiving & Acclimatization Space Climate Controlled Art Storage Freight Elevator Naming opportunities in blue 4 Education Process Gallery Bakalar Gallery Entry Pavilion Entry Lobby Interior View of Lobby MASSACHUSETTS COLLEGE OF ART AND DESIGN 5 SECOND FLOOR PLAN Viewing Mezzanine Installation Equipment & Lighting Storage Gallery Storage Education Process Gallery Paine Gallery Naming opportunities in blue 6 View of Paine Gallery from New Stair Landing MASSACHUSETTS COLLEGE OF ART AND DESIGN 7 LOWER LEVEL FLOOR PLAN Archives Directorâ€™s Office Curatorial Offices Classrooms Paint and Maintenance Workshop Meeting Room Carpentry & Exhibition Workshop Exhibition Prep (Workshop/Matting/Framing) Public Restrooms AV & Tech Storage Crates, Pedestal & Vitrine Storage Mechanical Multipurpose Performance and Lecture Hall Education Studio Meeting Room Naming opportunities in blue 8 View of 125-person multipurpose performance and lecture hall MASSACHUSETTS COLLEGE OF ART AND DESIGN 9 SITE PLAN Huntington Avenue “Avenue of the Arts” 10 Naming Opportunities for renovations and additions to the Bakalar & Paine Galleries Education is the mission of the Bakalar & Paine Galleries. Creating these state-ofthe-art facilities will foster learning, creativity, and academic inquiry, allowing the Entire Renovated Gallery Project $5,000,000 Entry Pavilion $1,000,000 Multipurpose Performance and Lecture Hall $500,000 Entry Lobby $500,000 Curatorial Offices $100,000 Education Process Gallery (2) $100,000 Education Studio $100,000 Learning Center $100,000 galleries to connect deeply with MassArt’s curriculum. Students will be trained in museum best practices for future jobs in the field, and the stunning entrance and welcoming facilities will serve as a gateway to the college, art making, and experiencing visual art in an approachable way. To learn more about opportunities to support this exciting project, please contact: Hunter O’Hanian Lisa Tung Executive Director of the Director of Curatorial MassArt Foundation Programs 617 879 7045 617 879 7335 firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com Elevators (2) $50,000 Registrar’s Viewing Area $50,000 Viewing Mezzanine $50,000 Climate-Controlled Art Storage $50,000 Workshops (3) $50,000 Meeting Rooms (2) $50,000 Director’s Office $50,000 Classrooms (4) $50,000 11 621 HUNTINGTON AVENUE BOSTON, MA 02115 USA MassArt.edu