Manhattanville offers two graduate programs in Art Education leading to initial/ professional New York State certification in Visual Arts, all grades: a Master of Arts in Teaching program and an Advanced Certification program. Both programs prepare candidates to teach Art in all grades from pre-school through 12th grade.
The art facilities include studios
for painting, design, sculpture, print-making,ceramics, photography, and digital media/graphic design.
For information about our Art faculty, see links below:
Christine Dehne - Video, Digital Media, Installation, performance
Jim Frank - Digital Media, Photography, Graphic Design
Gillian Greenhill Hannum - Art History
Alakananda Mukerji - Watercolor, Drawing, Digital Media, Painting
Tim Ross - Painting, Printmaking, Drawing, Digital Media
Randolph A. Williams - Painting, Installation, Museum Education, Art Education.
Candidates are expected to complete all New York State liberal arts prerequisites, a course in Child Development, required state tests and required state seminars in Child Abuse and violence Prevention seminars. Candidates in the Master of Arts in Teaching program must complete either a Comprehensive Examination or Final Project.