Wednesday, October 28, 2009
Mary Ellen Schroeder,Director of Career Services spoke to students today about scholarships,work study, jobs,resumes and general services out of her office.
Lin Haire-Sargent and Maureen Moran introduced the Writing Center and their services and support.
Cheryl Giles visited with students and talked about time management, managing stress and services through the counseling center.
Sunday, October 18, 2009
Jean Wallace and Natalie Vinski talked with students about MassArt's travel programs and study abroad options.They also attended a study abroad fair at Simmons College.
Students traveled to New York this weekend and visited
EL Museum Del Barrio and the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
El Museo was founded 40 years ago by artist and educator Raphael Montañez Ortiz and a coalition of parents, educators, artists, and activists who noted that mainstream museums largely ignored Latino artists. Since its inception, El Museo has been committed to celebrating and promoting Latino culture, thus becoming a cornerstone of El Barrio, and a valuable resource for New York City. El Museo’s varied permanent collection of over 6,500 objects spanning more than 800 years of Latin American, Caribbean, and Latino art includes pre-Columbian Taíno artifacts, traditional arts, twentieth-century drawings, paintings, sculptures and installations, as well as prints, photography, documentary films and video (from El Museo's website)