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Congrats to Professor Diana Horowitz!

May 9, 2014

Professor Diana Horowitz has won an award for Excellence in Teaching – Congrats!



Prof. Doug Schwab announces the publication of his new book!

October 7, 2013


Process Driven Photography is a collection of prints by photographer Doug Schwab. Schwab utilizes a variety of photographic processes that were the results of a flurry of experimentation in the early days following the announcement of the invention of photography. He presents an array of images where the printing technique harmonizes seamlessly with image content to create an additional layer of appreciation.


The book is available through Blurb and can be previewed here.

MFA Jiyoun Lee-Lodge in two exhibitions

September 5, 2013

URBAN JUNGLE: Mi Casa Es Su Casa’
Opening Reception
Thursday, September 12, 6-8PM

50-15 Roosevelt Avenue Woodside NY 11377
Exhibition Dates: Sep 12- Dec 12
Curator: Kyunghee Pyun Ph.D
Collaboration: AHL Foundation, Inc, and the BBCN BANK

Ed Coppola on exhibit

October 2, 2009

Snug Harbor Cultural Center & Botanical Garden presents
small-works exhibition
October 3 through December 23, 2009
Reception Saturday, October 3rd from 4:00pm to 6:00pm
Newhouse Center for Contemporary Art
1000 Richmond Terrace, Bldg C / Staten Island, NY 10301
718-425-3524 <>
Hours:   Tuesday – Sunday from 10:00am to 5:00pm
Admission:  Adults $3, Students 13-17 years and Seniors $2

Brooklyn MFA alums on exhibition

September 21, 2009

Devin Powers, Brooklyn MFA alum, is in two shows this fall

One is at the Philoctetes Center in the Upper East Side. It is a group show called,The Aesthetics of Math. Below is a link to the press release:
The other show called Quizotic is out in Bushwick. It’s an emerging artists show with approximately 40 artists involved organized by two recent Bard MFA’s.

Susan Dessel, Brooklyn MFA alum, opening on October 1st at Henry Street

In September 1654 the first group of 23 Jewish refugees arrived in then-Nieuw Amsterdam from Recife, Brazil. With the arrival of women a community was begun, marked by marriage, children, customs, traditions, and religious observance. The work in still lives give voice to these women and others who have largely been forgotten by history.