The Godine Family Gallery is a student-run exhibition space within the Studio for Interrelated (SIM) department at the Massachusetts College of Art and Design. Founded in 1969, SIM is one of the first undergraduate majors of its kind, promoting multi-media experimentation, collaboration and community. Godine Gallery was established in 2005 and continues to give MassArt students the opportunity to study curatorial and gallery management practices in real time. The space is free and open to the public.
Godine Gallery is currently under the direction of Gina Lindner (BFA Studio for Interrelated Media and History of Art ‘20), Keagan Marcella (BFA Studio for Interrelated ‘20) and Gaby Schaab (BFA Studio for Interrelated Media ‘21).