Student Pays Homage to NYC in Photo Exhibit

by Madison Mento ‘21

A Whole New World, a collection of photography by Ralph Choi ’21, takes center stage at Hofstra’s student-run FORM Gallery, November 11-18, 2019.

Choi, a
biology student at Hofstra who is planning to attend medical school after
graduation, hails from Queens, NY. Though his academics are focused on the
sciences, there is a special place in his heart for the arts. The 10
photographs on display are focused on the beauty of New York City.

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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...

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

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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...

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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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By Ashley Mantrana ’20 The Department of Fine Arts, Design, Art History is presenting Filled Walls by Jorden Prussing at the FORM Gallery in Calkins...

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