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Curator strives to inspire in MassArt galleries

Lisa Tung recently worked with artist Ben Silva as he installed a work at a MassArt gallery. Lisa Tung recently worked with artist Ben Silva as he installed a work at a MassArt gallery. (Josh Reynolds for the Boston Globe)
By Cindy Atoji Keene
Globe Correspondent / April 29, 2012
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That “ahhhh . . .’’ moment of awe when you walk into a gallery is what Lisa Tung works hard to create. As curator of the galleries at MassArt, the oldest public art college in the nation, Tung aims to show work that inspires the public, and, most importantly, the students of the college. Tung, the MassArt curator for eight years, features exhibits of established artists, but also curates offbeat presentations, such as a tree that draws on a pad when branches sway in the breeze.

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