The former Hunter College adjunct who confronted anti-abortion activists faces charges of harassment and menacing for threatening a tabloid reporter.
Artist and former Hunter College adjunct Shellyne Rodriguez, who was harassed online after protesting a pro-life group on campus, was let go after a tense altercation with a reporter.
Worms, A Good Business Model, the second part of Hunter’s thesis show, feels like a living, breathing exhibition.
In the first installment of the show, students displayed sensitive material selections and candid presentations of one’s impact on an environment and vice versa.
laissez faire et laissez passer, on view at 205 Hudson Gallery, mirrors the community of the program, demonstrating the ways in which students often act as their own advocates. laissez faire et laissez passer structures itself as a self-conscious strike-out and strike-through — an attempt to erode a compromised structure while ineluctably reproducing it. On view from December 12 to January 4, 2020.
The eleven artists in the exhibition represent an array of art-making practices. Their work will be on view from November 14 – 30, 2019 at 205 Hudson Street.
MAYDAY features eleven MFA Candidates and will take place from May 9 – 25, with an opening reception on Thursday, May 9.
The exhibition will feature ten MFA candidates and will be on view from April 11 to 27 at 205 Hudson Street.
The eight artists in the exhibition represent an array of art-making practices, including painting, sculpture, photography, video, performance, and site-specific installations.
The exhibition will feature seven MFA candidates and will take place November 10 to December 2 at 205 Hudson Street.
Many of the works by the graduating class of Hunter College’s MFA program fall, broadly speaking, into one of two categories: darkly political, or irreverently funny.