Where are all the great women artists?: A Tour of Florence’s Women of Wonder

By: Marissa Acey, MA, 2019 ‘Why have there been no great women artists?’ Or are they just hidden? For International Women’s Day coming up in March, this question is important to consider. Linda Nochlin turned art history on its head in 1971 when she titled an essay with the question: Why have there been no great women artists? Where are they? Why do we only … Continue reading Where are all the great women artists?: A Tour of Florence’s Women of Wonder

Cuddle Up Cozy for Christmastime – Your Winter Break Reading List

By Marissa Acey, MA, 2018 The semester is over! Finals are finished! We can all finally take a breath of relief. What a whirlwind, right? I know I am definitely looking forward to some relaxing nights cuddled up by the fire with a good book. Whether you’re heading home to visit family, staying in the city for a Florentine holiday, or you’re taking the opportunity … Continue reading Cuddle Up Cozy for Christmastime – Your Winter Break Reading List

Harlem Prep Visit to Marist Italy by Elena Reyes

Last week Harlem Prep High School took a group of freshmen students on an Italian trip that started in the historic city of Rome. Marist Italy had the opportunity to receive the students in the beautiful city of Florence. One of the leaders that accompanied the students was Heather Staats, who spent her entire Freshman year at the Marist campus in Florence 8 years ago. … Continue reading Harlem Prep Visit to Marist Italy by Elena Reyes

What does a Museum Studies Internship Entail? Pt. 4

In order to complete the Masters in Museum Studies degree, our students must complete 200 hours of an internship for academic credit. In the past, these internships have ranged from institutions located in Europe to North America, in areas of interest including history, art, photography, science, and local history. Continue reading “What does a Museum Studies Internship Entail? Pt. 4”

What does a Museum Studies internship entail? Pt. 3

In order to complete the Masters in Museum Studies degree, our students must complete 200 hours of an internship for academic credit. In the past, these internships have ranged from institutions located in Europe to North America, in areas of interest including history, art, photography, science, and local history.

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