Marymount Manhattan

Artfusion News

Founded in Spring 2008, Artfusion News serves as an open forum to learn about, discuss, advocate, and enjoy cultural activities in and around New York. The magazine serves as a public voice for students of all majors who are interested in exploring and sharing their ideas on various forms of cultural expression, including art, music, dance, theater, and film. Artfusion News contains works by practicing artists and interviews with Marymount Manhattan students, alumni, and professors who are working in art-related fields. We also count on students to keep us posted on cultural activities abroad. As an interdisciplinary newspaper, we invite students to write articles and editorials on intersections among the arts, sciences, humanities, business, and social sciences. We hope, ultimately, to enrich the cultural awareness of all Marymount Manhattan students by investigating and celebrating the unlimited and unparalleled artistic and educational resources available to us through our distinct location—the heart of a great cultural capital—and beyond. 

If you would like to submit an article or artwork for inclusion in Artfusion News, or if you would like to work on editing or producing the magazine, please contact Prof. Adrienne Baxter Bell, Faculty Adviser, Artfusion News, at abell@mmm.edu.


Faces of MMC

  • Jordan Anderson

    Class of 2011, Major in Art History

  • Alex Kohun

    Class of 2011, Major in Graphic Design

  • Elizabeth Goodridge

    Class of 2011, Major in Art History

  • Gabrielle Pilotti

    Class of 2014, Major in Photography

  • Jamie Allen

    Class of 2014, Studio Art Major

  • Amy Pekal

    Class of 2015, Major in Art History, minor in Studio Art

  • Peter Lombardi
  • Janine Florio

    Class of 2012, Major in Graphic Design

  • Natalia Tuero

    Class 2014, Major in Communication Arts, Minor in Art History and Photography

  • Vanessa Gonzalez-Bunster

    Class of 2013, Major in Photography

  • Charles Sainty

    Class of 2012, Major in Photography

  • Aileen Marcantonio

    Class of 2009, Major in Art History