MMC’s Department of Art and Art History hosts frequent events and shows in the Hewitt Gallery of Art, and we love to highlight the accomplishments of our students, alumni, and faculty. To get a sense of how active the department is, check out our events and news stories below.
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Recent News from the Department
- December 13, 2018 Elisabeth Condon is a 2018 recipient of the Joan Mitchell Foundation’s annual Painters & Sculptors Grants, which provide 25 artists with $25,000 each in unrestricted funds.
- November 17, 2018 Hallie Cohen, Professor of Art and Director of The Hewitt Gallery of Art, has been accepted as a Visiting Artist to the American Academy in Rome for two weeks in January 2019.
- November 3, 2018 Studio Art and International Studies alum, Ben Chatag is exhibiting a new painting in the Sheila & Richard Riggs Gallery at the Maryland Institute College of Art.
- October 18, 2018
- October 12, 2018 Robert Caplin joins William King, a NYC-based commercial and advertising photographer and digital artist on Adorama TV interview.
- October 11, 2018 On Saturday, October 20, The Old Stone House & Washington Park (OSH) will host an opening reception for Processing, an exhibition of current work by The Swimmers of GSS with Kristen Haskell.
- October 9, 2018 Booklaunch for Square Octagon Circle at Bureau, New York, NY
October 11 2018, 6:30 - 8:30 p.m., 178 Norfolk St.
Ellie will perform a work in progress of The Eoliths at 7:00 p.m.
Her works are currently included in Indicators: Artists on Climate Change at Storm King Art Center (May 19-November 11, 2018).
- June 7, 2018 Art major alum William King had his photograph “Hot Pretzels” chosen for the “Streets” exhibition at the A Smith Gallery in Johnson, City Texas.
- June 5, 2018 Jim Holl, Associate Professor of Art at MMC, has a new exhibition titled All the Living Things, featuring his large-scale paintings and small works on paper. The exhibition will run in Chelsea at the Garvey | Simon Gallery from June 11 through July 14.
- May 25, 2018 Art Alumna Margaret Roleke ’84, is exhibiting her installation “Seagreen Mist” as part of the project Island Universe.