Spring Art Show Goes Virtual

Hofstra’s Department of Fine Arts, Design, Art History held an opening reception for its virtual Spring Student Art Show on May 6. Before attending the reception, guests were invited to go to Instagram to view the Hofstra student creations in painting, drawing, 3D, photography, design and new media.

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Scenes From “The Skullery”

by Madison Mento ’21 The Skullery, an exhibition of works by Sara Lilienthal ‘22 inspired by the CBS crime program NCIS, will be on display at...

Fine Arts Welcomes Trudy Benson

Trudy Benson, whose paintings have been favorably reviewed in The New York Times, Artforum, and ARTnews, among others, will share insights about her...

FORM Presents NYC Photography

by Madison Mento ’21 The FORM Gallery presents “Enchanted,” “The City that Never Sleeps,” and “Flatiron,” three works by Ralph Choi that...

Susannah Ray, Dessert Table, Barretto Point Park, The Bronx, 2015

“New York Waterways” Discussion

Adjunct Associate Professor of Fine Arts, Design, Art History Susannah Ray will give a talk about her book of photography, New York Waterways, at...

Susannah Ray, Dessert Table, Barretto Point Park, The Bronx, 2015

Explore the Shores of NYC

Adjunct Associate Professor of Fine Arts, Design, Art History Susannah Ray will give a talk about her new book of photography, New York Waterways, at...

Spring Fine Arts Showcase

by Ashley Mantrana ’20 The Department of Fine Arts, Design, Art History held their annual student art show reception and awards ceremony on...

Spring Fine Arts Show

May 2-20, Calkins Hall Hundreds of paintings, sculptures, drawings, photographs, and works of 3D, design and new media will be on display at Calkins...

FORM Gallery Presents “Kaleidoscope”

By Ashley Mantrana ’20 The Department of Fine Arts, Design, Art History  presents Kaleidoscope, featuring more than 20 works of art by Jessica Keller...

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