MFA Thesis Show: Kathryn Sullivan, “Forecast: Dark Clouds”

Queens College invites you to the exhibition and reception for graduating MFA candidate Kathryn Sullivan! The show will be up in the Klapper Student Gallery from Tuesday, April 2nd to Saturday, April 6th. An opening reception will take place on April 2nd beginning at 7pm.

Community Event: 9th Queens World Film Festival

The 9th annual Queens World Film Festival will be taking place from March 21st-31st at the Museum of the Moving Image and the Kaufman Astoria Studios, in Astoria, Queens! The festival features film works by QC students as well as artists around the world. QWFF includes an annual multi day/multi venue festival, youth-oriented educational initiatives and year round screening opportunities for QWFF filmmakers, past and present. The festival is programmed in thematic blocks with evocative titles, and each program is followed by a post-screening dialogue to engage audiences from the demographically diverse communities that comprise the borough of Queens.

For more information about this year’s featured works and the filmmakers behind them, visit

Art Book Sale March 19th & 20th

Looking for inspiration for your artwork? Want to bring home some handy references of your own? Look no further than the Rosenthal Library! The library will be having a sale on used art books Tuesday, March 19th and Wednesday, March 20th in the entrance lobby of the library. Sale items include donated art books; exhibition, collection and auction catalogs; pamphlets; periodicals; and a sprinkling of publications on various subjects. Books cost $1 to $5, while pamphlets, periodicals, and auction catalogs are $.50. Proceeds will fund the purchase of new materials for the Art Library.

Visiting Artist Lecture Series: Jean Shin

All students are invited to this semester’s visiting artist lecture series! Join us on Tuesday, March 12th at 4pm in Klapper room 672 for a discussion with visiting Jean Shin, installation artist and professor at Pratt Institute.

BFA Reviews on March 20th

BFA Reviews will be held on Wednesday, March 20th by appointment in Klapper hall room 672. All BA students who wish to switch to a BFA major must attend a portfolio review for admission. Students can sign up for a portfolio review by visiting the sign-up sheet posted at the Art Department. (If it is impossible to meet at this time, e-mail professor Debra Priestly.)

  • Sign up for an appointment by 4:30pm on the previous day. The list is on the door of the Art Department office, Klapper room 172
  • Sign up for the earliest possible appointment
  • Arrive 15 minutes before your appointment to set up your presentation.
  • Bring up to 3 works from each of your studio classes along with samples of outside work. You may include a sketchbook.
  • Bring whatever materials you need to hang your work (tape, pushpins, etc.)

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