As the end of the Spring 2020 semester rapidly approaches, our students have been busy with a wide variety of final presentations, projects, and productions, which have kept the College’s virtual campus abuzz. Across each academic department, the end of the semester highlights the very best in student achievement at MMC.
Congratulations, Class of 2020! We are so incredibly proud of the work, dedication, and passion you have put into your studies while at MMC, and we can’t WAIT to see what is in store for you next. Please enjoy a message from our faculty, staff, and administration who wanted to wish you well as you start your next adventure. Despite the circumstances, we are all celebrating with YOU in spirit. Congratulations to the Class of 2020!
Each spring, Marymount Manhattan College’s Honors Day Colloquium showcases top research from across the disciplines and hosts induction ceremonies for campus and academic-based Honor Societies, as well as the Barry Commoner Lecture on the Environment
Go Figure: The Female Gaze, curated by Hallie Cohen, MFA, Professor of Art and Director of the Gallery, presents the work of eleven women artists who are embracing feminism and ecofeminism in order to challenge the traditions of male hegemony in art.
A graduate of MMC’s Art History program, Michael Quituisaca ’17 is now working toward his master’s in Art History at American University, where he and his peers have opened Moves Like Walter, the first exclusive exhibition from the Corcoran Legacy Collection.
On Wednesday, October 2, artist and activist Zoë Buckman
spoke to MMC art students at the Fort Gansevoort gallery about her current solo show, Heavy Rag, as part of the College’s recurring “Conversations on Diversity and Social Justice” series.