Visual Arts

Visual Arts alum’s film lights up Times Square

It’s recognized as the Crossroads of the World and a top tourist destination worldwide.

But Times Square as a bastion of cutting-edge visual art?

Most people living within 50 miles of the famed Manhattan intersection of Broadway and Seventh Avenue would agree: not so much.

ATTENTION Visual Arts students: Building maintenance at CSB 12/26-28

From December 26-28, building maintenance will be administered to the Civic Square Building at 33 Livingston Avenue. During this time, there will be no heating or cooling in the building and the building will be subject to outside temperatures; expected high of 41°F and low of 24°F. Exhaust fans will also be shut down during this time.

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Why I came to Mason Gross

Brian pAPAROZZIPlenty of people just didn’t get it.

“A lot of my friends at small schools said I was crazy to go far away from home and attend a big school [like Rutgers],” says Briana Paparozzi, 19, a second-year BFA Visual Arts student from Charleston, S.C.

MFA Visual Arts students exhibit in Chelsea through April 27

Seventeen graduating MFA Visual Arts students exhibit their work in New York City this month at Gary Snyder Project Space. Grouper features work in a variety of media, including video still, photography and oils. Gary Snyder Project Space, at 250 W. 26th St., 4th floor, is open noon to 6 p.m. Tuesdays through Saturdays.

Design students team with food-policy council to fight hunger

Design proposal by Derek Springsteen

Forget waiting until graduation to plunge into the “real world”; if you look hard enough, you notice that the “real world” is everywhere.

Turkish media artist finds new home at Mason Gross

When he was growing up in Ankara, Turkey, Ahmet Atif Akin dreamed of becoming a photographer. By the time he was 16, he had a darkroom and had submitted his photographs to group shows. Yet he ended up earning degrees in chemical engineering and industrial design because that was the best education he thought Turkey could offer him.

Undergraduate Program Coordinator

Amee Pollack is the administrative liaison for the Undergraduate Program in the Visual Arts Department. She is responsible for advising and guiding B.F.A. and B.A. students through course registration and the necessary requirements to be awarded their degrees in Visual Arts. Additionally, she assists prospective students in making an application to the program and helps transfer students obtain course credits.