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CAIT (FIN) GAGNON
Exhibition runs from May 9 - September 28, 2022
This year seven students demonstrated how an ambitious liberal arts curriculum coupled with multidisciplinary investigation can lead to innovative and thought-provoking art production.
Through the mediums of painting, photography, video, collage, and assemblage these students explored facets of the human experience: love, fear, faith, self, space, time, and the environment.
The exhibition runs from May 9 - September 29, 2021.
Exhibition runs from April 4- May 5, 2022
This group exhibition features the work of 12 practice-based art majors who developed a body of work in the Senior Art Seminar under the guidance and mentorship of Professor Beth Shipley.
The show presents a broad range of senior capstone projects that engage the mediums of drawing, painting, printmaking, illustration, graphic design, and clothing design.
The work interrogates questions of gender, equity, social justice, feminism, personal histories, and cultural narratives.
The breadth and scope of media and styles attest to the diversity of approaches and the unique visions that are the hallmark of the art program at Marymount Manhattan College.
The exhibition runs from December 5, 2021 - February 23, 2022
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Participating artists: Craig Banholzer, Sally Bozzuto, Deborah Brass, Shannon Broder, Hallie Cohen, Elisabeth Condon, Annette Cords, Marianna Ellenberg, Millie Falcaro, E Genevieve, Julia Gran, Carl Gunhouse, Jim Holl, Allison Maletz, Judy Mannarino, Djavan Nascimento, Pedro Ramirez, JJ Reddington, Beth Shipley, Virginia Wagner, Scott Williams, Brian Zegeer (September 17 – October 25, 2018)
Participating artists: Craig Banholzer, Sally Bozzuto, Shannon Broder, Hallie Cohen, Elisabeth Condon, Annette Cords, Millie Falcaro, Julia Gran, Carl Gunhouse, Jim Holl, Timothy Hull, Judy Mannarino, Allison Maletz, Pedro Ramirez, John Ruggeri, Beth Shipley, Brian Zegeer
Exhibition dates: September 17 – October 26, 2017
The exhibition runs from December 5, 2016 – February 18, 2017
Emillie Ficarra shows large scale unstretched paintings, Marlaina Lutz’s color photographs are embroidered with thread, Jackie Nelson’s black and white photographs form a series dedicated to her father and Stephanie Nateras’ camera observes tourists in small moments during their travels.
Opening Reception: Thursday, April 14th, 6-8PM
All artists are immigrants, outsiders exploring and discovering new worlds. They seek either to uncover what is strange in the familiar, or journey to foreign terrains, in reality or imagination.
This exhibition brings together the work of seven visual artists in the areas of ceramics, digital animation and painting who are also teaching adjuncts in the art program at MMC this spring. Participating artists: Rebecca Allan, Annette Cords, Ron Geibel, Oded Naaman, Laini Nemett, Margaret Murphy, Robin Tewes.
Curated by Hallie Cohen
The exhibition runs from December 8, 2014-January 29, 2015.
Participating Artists: Emily Arenberg, Raquel Beauchamp,Ben Chatag, Cindy Chatoree, Shirley Chera, Christa Cora, Samantha Fecher, Victoria Giardina, Shiori Ito, Cynthia Katz, Hannah Klitsberg, Ogulcan Kus, Victoria Lowry, Chrystal Milane, Jailenn Morel, Michael Rojas, Brandon Russo, Dominic Siri, Autumn Sugrue, Ryan Wanish, Brandi Williams, Ann Willis.
The exhibition, co-curated by Hallie Cohen, Director of the Hewitt Gallery and Chair of the Art & Art History Department and Associate Professor of Art Millie Falcaro, explores the multi-dimensional aspects of eating and taste – from production to consumption – and showcases how art reflects our need for, and fascination with, the culinary. Bringing together artists from a multitude of disciplines, FOOD FOR THOUGHT presents an experience where art meets science, and nature influences culture.
November 3-December 4, 2014
As part of the Department of Art and Art History’s curriculum, Art majors took their Senior Art Seminar in the Fall 2020 semester under the guidance and mentorship of Millie Falcaro, Professor of Art, and Beth Shipley, Associate Professor of Art and Chair of the Department of Art and Art History. Their projects are now on virtual display in the Senior Thesis Exhibition through the Hewitt Gallery of Art. The MMC community is invited to attend the virtual opening of the exhibit on February 11, 2021 at 7 pm.