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. In 2013, she earned a second M.F.A. from the City College of New York in creative writing with an concentration in poetry.
Her creative interests fall at 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, a concentration in the Art major, and initiated MMC’s partnership and The International Center of Photography.
126th Annual Exhibition National Association of Women Artists. The Sylvia Walk and Po Kim Art Gallery. New York, NY. September 1-25, 2015.
Blue Car Dream. The Artist Evolves. Riverside Public Library. New York, NY. September 1-30, 2015.
Cut Grass #1. Linear Investigations. Loft Artists Association. Stamford, CT. September 10-October 11, 2015.
Tsunami Dream. A Room With Three Walls. In Dreams. New South Gallery. Statesville, NC. July 10-30, 2015.
Daring to Defy the Medium: What is Collage?http://www.nawaonlinegallery. National Association of Women Artists. New York, NY. March 20-June 20, 2015.
Gin Beach. L’Oeil de la Photographie. The Eye of Photography. http://www.loeildelaphotographie.com. July 24. 2015.
Red Flower Diptych. Yellow Gingko Leaves. Birch Leaves. National Geographic Textbook. April 2013.
Yellow Nasturtium, Green Leaves. European editorial license. Corbis Corporation.
Cat and Dog. Winter. Organs of Vision and Speech Magazine. http://ovsmag.com/ Winter 2013.
Lilly Pad. Bowl of Eggs. Morning Ritual. Blue Eggs. http://thebluepenlitmag.weebly.com/photography.html . January 2013.
Participant. Rujeko Hockley (Assistant Curator, Brooklyn Museum of Art). Queens Museum Artist in Residence Services Program. Dinner Without an Agenda. April 28, 2015.
Participant. Prem Krishamurty. (Director /Curator of P!, a multidisciplinary exhibition space and gallery in New York City). Queens Museum Artist in Residence Services Program. Dinner Without An Agenda. February 17, 2015.
Faculty panel member, Freshman Griffen Days Events. June 15, 2015.
Curated Alumni Art Alliance Exhibition. Where R U Now? May 28-September 17, 2015.
Member, Sophomore Retention Committee.
_____, with Professors Dan Hunt, Karl Miller, and Will Rogers. TPW Dialogues: Communities on Stage: Real and Reimagined. Finding Art in Life: Documentary Storytelling through Theatre, Film and Photography. September 9, 2014.
Member, Inaugural New York City Seminar Committee.
Curated, Annual Alumn Art Alliance Exhibition. Hewitt Gallery of Art. June 2-September 18, 2014.
Member, 2015 President’s Gala Committee.
Member, Strategic Plan Committee. 2014.
Member, The Sister Judith Savard Fellowship Committee.
Member, Academic Review Committee.
Invited, CTIE Mentoring Cluster Anchor.
Edgar and Lucky Eisner Endowed Study Abroad Scholarship Committee.
Coordinator, The Photography Program and The International Center of Photography.
Admissions Recruiter, Art Department.
Coordinator, Recruitment and Retention events.
Member, Hewitt Gallery Selection Committee.
Other Professional Activities
Juror, National Association of Women Artists. Portraits: Interior and Exterior. Arts Club of Washington, D. C., April 3-25, 2015.
Juror, National Association of Women Artists. The Art of Transformation. County College of Morris. Randolph, NJ. February 16-April 3, 2015.
Associate Professor of Art
B.A., Empire State College, State University of New York
M.F.A., University of Hartford
M.F.A., The City College of New York