A Mass of artistic talent here won't be a football game or any tailgate parties in the parking lot, but the Massachusetts College of Arts this week is celebrating a homecoming of sorts. | Adweek
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A Mass of artistic talent here won't be a football game or any tailgate parties in the parking lot, but the Massachusetts College of Arts this week is celebrating a homecoming of sorts.

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MassArts, an exhibit that showcases the work of the school's alumni in the communications arts, opens today and features the creations of a number of prominent advertising types.
Among the alums are Bill Boch, senior vice president of Arnold Communications; Rob Rich, creative director of Ingalls Advertising; Paul Regan, creative director of Scaros & Casselman; Andree Cordella, principal of Cordella Design; Way Tay of Tom Linson Inc.; Amy Watt, associate creative director at Mullen; and Susie Cushner, formerly the head of Ingalls Quinn & Johnson who currently heads up her own shop.
The college's eighth annual exhibit is scheduled to run through Dec. 20. It will be supplemented by a Web site and a CD-ROM.
--Sarah Jones