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  • Professor Biondi and Students at Villa Rotonda


    Professors Adrienne Bell (Art History) and Carrie-Ann Biondi (Philosophy) co-teach a study-abroad course in Venice entitled “Art and Philosophy in Venice.” In January 2010, students visited and gave presentations at historical, artistic, and archaeological sites in Venice, Padua, Verona, and Vicenza.  In this photograph, students are seen at Palladio’s Villa Rotunda (Villa Capra) in Vicenza. Throughout the course, they discuss connections between artistic movements and leading philosophical ideas from the ancient world to the modern era.



Virtual Senior Solo Exhibition

Virtual Senior Solo Exhibition

After spending the spring 2020 semester creating artwork in quarantine, seven senior Art majors opened the Virtual Senior Solos Exhibition in the Hewitt Gallery of Art, all online! The projects, which range from oil on canvas paintings to digital photography, will remain on display virtually in the Hewitt Gallery of Art for the fall 2020 semester.

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Shadow Proximity

Shadow Proximity

Shadow Proximity is our annual Junior and Art Minor exhibition. Works in the disciplines of painting, photography, drawing, digital design, watercolor, and performance are featured (February 24 – March 24, 2020).

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Junior and Art Minor Art Exhibition 2022

Junior and Art Minor Art Exhibition 2022

The MMC Art & Art History Department presents a combined exhibition: Junior Art majors and Art minors. This exhibition features artistic production from designers, photographers, and studio artists who develop their individual directions in the disciplines of painting, photography, drawing, graphic arts, video, and mixed media. (February 28-March 29, 2022)
Changing Lanes Exhibition

Changing Lanes Exhibition

After a virtual hiatus due to COVID-19, a new exhibition graces the walls of the Hewitt. Changing Lanes: Painters Explore Dimension in Clay will run in the Hewitt Gallery of Art from October 19December 2, 2020.

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Senior Thesis Exhibition II 2019

Senior Thesis Exhibition II 2019

This exhibition features the work of 11 practice-based art majors. It includes examples of art from photographers and studio artists: Rebekah Benjamin, Briana DeFranco, Elena Dell’ Acqua, Itzamary Dominguez, Mary Heinart, Sadie Inman, Lilllian Jones, Hope Ludwig, Sadie McClelland, Maria Mendez, Emely Sandoval. (February 4 – February 27, 2019)

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The Mind's Eye: Sight & Insight

The Mind’s Eye: Sight & Insight

Imagination and observation are the building blocks of the arts as well as the sciences. The artists in this exhibition have a special relationship to their creative process both through the neurological (perception/sight) and the psychological (interpretation/insight).    Curated by Hallie Cohen
November 3 – December 5, 2013
Installations in the Hewitt Gallery of Art

Installations in the Hewitt Gallery of Art

The Hewitt Gallery of Art is a laboratory for and an extension of the pedagogy of the Art Department program.


February 22
Pen + Brush presents the exploratory constructs of Margaret Roleke ’84, who creates work that investigates current issues of gun violence and consumption.
January 29
Art alum Kristen Haskell’s one-person exhibition is at the Sweet Lorraine Gallery from January 29-February 28, 2020.
May 13

Ellie Ga ’98, MMC Studio Art alumna and internationally recognized artist, is one of just 75 artists selected to exhibit in the Whitney Biennial, the country’s most important showcase of contemporary art.


  • Sister Judith Savard Study Abroad Scholarship

    In honor and recognition of Judith Savard, RSHM, Marymount Manhattan awards the Sr. Judith Savard Fellowship to an Art or Art History major to study art abroad.

  • BA in Art Major

    Take in everything New York City offers as the heart of the international art world. Meet leading curators, artists, photographers, and designers.

  • Illustration and Animation Minor

    In MMC’s Illustration and Animation minor, you’ll think critically, act creatively, and bring narratives alive with aesthetic precision and conceptual flair.

  • Illustration and Animation Concentration

    Receive professional artistic training from accomplished practitioners who are deeply embedded in and knowledgeable about New York City’s vibrant art scene.