Art above photographed by Christopher Neyen, associate professor of Art and Graphic Design.
For the third year in a row, professors from Mount Saint Mary College's Communication, Art, and Digital Media (CADM) program have been invited to participate in the Newburgh Open Studio Weekend.
Newburgh Open Studio Weekend will take place on Saturday, September 25 and Sunday, September 26 from noon to 6 p.m. each day. The Mount CADM presentation will take place at Regal Bag Studios, Studio 502, at 302 Water Street, Newburgh, N.Y.
More than 130 artists will participate in the free, citywide Newburgh Open Studio Weekend, organized by Gerardo Castro and Michael Gabor, co-owners of Newburgh Art Supply. Maps will be available at Newburgh Art Supply, 5 Grand Street, Newburgh, N.Y., on both days of the tour, starting at 10 a.m.
The Mount professors will proudly present a dynamic exhibition of artworks. "Faculty Exhibition 2021" represents work from both the college's full-time and adjunct professors. The accomplished faculty have received national and international recognition for their work in fine arts and visual communication.
The exhibition will include painting, ceramics, mixed media, and photography from Dean Goldberg, professor of Digital Media and Film Studies and Director of the Communication, Art, and Digital Media Program; Christopher Neyen, associate professor of Art and Graphic Design; and adjunct professors Sascha Mallon, Stephen Mallon, Nicole Mischo, and Maxine Leu.
Neyen and Goldberg are co-directors of the Mount's CMA gallery. The gallery is a professional artist space that exhibits media picked by Mount faculty from among the rising population of artists who live and work in Newburgh, Beacon, and throughout the Hudson Valley.
The Mount's Communication, Art, and Digital Media (CADM) suite of major programs encompasses the study of advertising and public relations, digital media production, graphic design, and journalism. We also offer minors in each of these disciplines, as well as in art and film studies. Housed in the Mount's Division of Arts and Letters, CADM programs prepare students for both traditional and emerging professions.