Millie Falcaro joined the art department faculty in 2001. Professor Falcaro earned her B.A. from Empire State College before earning her M.F.A. from University of Hartford with a thesis exhibition entitled: Nature: Re-exposed and completed the four year academic course requirement from the Philadelphia School of Psychoanalysis. Her creative interests lies in the intersection of the disciplines of psychology, writing and photography. Her work is located in the function of memory, intuition and chance in the art making process. She is the coordinator the photography program which is the fourth concentration in the art department curriculum and initiated the educational partnership with The International Center of Photography.
In June 2010, she was invited as a guest professor by the English Department at the Karl-Franzen-University of Graz in Austria. Her course, “The Conversation between Poetry and the Visual Arts” was offered in June 2010 through The Centre of Intermediality Studies as an interdisciplinary seminar to both undergraduates and graduate students.
Previous to her appointment at Marymount Manhattan College, she taught at The Fashion Institute of Technology. Her work is exhibited and collected both domestically and abroad.
Associate Professor of Art
B.A., Empire State College of the Arts, State University of New York
M.F.A., University of Hartford
M.F.A., Creative Writing: Poetry Concentration, The City College of New York
Supervised Independent Study
Jessie Lindmar, ’10.(Photography major). Produced a portfolio of portraits in the contemporary alternative music scene. Fall 2009.
Other Professional Activities