SMFA @ Tuft University, Boston, MA 2018-present
Master’s Degree of Fine Art
Arcadia University, Glenside, PA 2006
Master’s Degree of Education, Art K-12
Temple University,Tyler School of Art, 2002
Elkins Park, PA
Bachelor’s Degree of Fine Art, Painting and Sculpture
Temple University Rome, Rome, Italy 1999-2000

Tufts University, School of Museum of Fine Art:
Mission Hill Studio Monitor 2019-present
Fabrication Shop Monitor/Shop Assistant 2018- present
Graduate Teaching Assistant Jan 2019- May 2019
Sept 2018- Dec 2018
Elkins Park School, Elkins Park, PA
Certified K-12 Art Teacher, September 2011-June 2018

And Now This, Artist’s for Humanity, Boston MA
SMFA Print and Paper Show, Boston Ma
Disconnect, Mission Hill Gallery, Boston, MA
SMFA Painting Drawing Show, Boston MA
Student Member Show, Gallery 263, Boston, MA
Practice as Ritual, Sanctuary Space, Medford, MA


Mia Fabrizio is a multidisciplinary artist with a background in art education.  Mia merges painting, collage, printmaking, sculpture and installation to explore social constructs. The themes in her work include space (public and private), identity and invisibility/obscurity.  The physical layering in the work alludes to the metaphorical layers of people, places and things and the intersectionality of individuals and their experiences.  Facades or cover-ups traditionally associated with interior decor such as wallpaper, fabrics and paint in combination with exterior building materials relays the idea of hidden and exposed structure, both architectural and social.


A native to the Philadelphia area, Mia received a BFA from Tyler School of Art in 2002 and a M.Ed. from Arcadia University in 2006. From 2006-2018 she taught art within K-12 classrooms. Mia is currently an MFA 2020 candidate at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts at Tufts University in Boston, MA.