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Art and Architecture History students with Neal Stimler (Digital Department, Metropolitan Museum of Art) at the Met Breuer.
Art and Architecture History students with Neal Stimler (Digital Department, Metropolitan Museum of Art) at the Met Breuer. Photo: Bottom left to right: Bridget Garnai, Catherine Hanley, Allison Dykes; Middle row: Rebecca Hughes, Raechel Root, Top row: Aaron Brown-Ewing, Neal Stimler, Josh Perry

Start spreading the news: Students and #ThrivingArtists connect in NYC

Senior Art and Architecture History majors visited New York City over fall break (October 13th - 16th). Students met with Miami alumni working in the New York art world, including Alyssa Johansen at Gagosian Gallery, Maureen McLaughlin at PaceMacgill Gallery, and Neal Stimler at the the Metropolitan Museum of Art. These alumni gave their valuable time to talk about the variety of job opportunities available to art history majors after they graduate. The group also enjoyed a great deal of art along the way, including exhibitions of work by Richard Serra, Sol LeWitt, Fred Sandback, David Goldblatt, Diane Arbus, and Paul Klee.