Art Through COVID-19
ART 101: TINTS, TONES AND SHADES
Professor Katy Fischer
Students in ART 101 had the assignment: Paint a pattern using a tint, tone and shade of the hue of your choice to create a three dimensional illusion in repeat.
ART/CGI 222: "It's Over Isn't It?"
Professor Richard Nova Milne
A stop motion short created by Mecca Hartdrige inspired by the episode "Mr. Greg" from the cartoon Steven Universe.
ART 105: SELFIE PORTRAIT
Professor Gina Dominique
For the Fall 2020 ART 105 Intro Painting- Unit 4: Selfie Portrait, following a slide lecture of historically relevant artists' self-portraits, students were asked to complete the following, and then paint their own.
ART/CGI 321: STEAMPUNK
Instructor Nicole Barreras
For the final assignment, students were asked to create an object with a steampunk theme. Steampunk is a retrofuturistic subgenre of science fiction that combines technology with the aesthetics of the 19th century's steam-powered industrial machinery.
ART 335: THE 12TH CUNY FILM FESTIVAL
Professor Jonathan Ehrenberg and Robert Small
Traditionally students in this course work on a hands-on, semester-long project: the CUNY Film Festival. This past spring, they had to decide if an online only version of the festival would be possible. They rose to the occasion, and translated the entire festival into a digital format, including an awards ceremony featuring acceptance speeches from the winner in ten categories (juried by established professionals in the filmmaking world).
THESIS SHOW 2020: A VIRTUAL ART GALLERY
Art Department Thesis Students
Lehman College's Art Department presents the Thesis Show 2020: A Virtual Art Gallery. Click on "See More" to view and/or download the catalog showcasing MFA, MA and BFA thesis students. Best viewed in Two Page View and "Show Cover Page in Two Page View" checked on.
ART 308,318,730,732,734: COVID TIMES
Professor Melissa Brown
Hot off the press! Drawings by Lehman College Printmakers compiled as a graphic novel about the first 40 days of quarantine in New York City. All proceeds from the sale of this book will go to help Food Banks in New York City. Contributing artists; Isvelith Cruz, Jill Danenberg, Gerardo Aparicio, Corvy Bejarano Pandy, Lisa Gonzalez, Jamilex Guzman, Anola Lafraicher, Kristopher Rodriguez, Ruth Viera, Feyaz Yusuff, Robert DeJesus, Jennifer Figueroa, Felicia Perez, Vanessa Isabella, Yi-Chen Wu.
ARH 353/LEH 353: ARTWORK RECREATIONS
Professor Sharon Jordan
For these art history courses, students had the option to recreate an artwork of their choice using themselves, family and materials at home as a way to have some fun and be creative during the quarantine. Results were hilarious and very creative!