WCC Student Art Show


exhibition dates May 4 – May 9

This exhibition is non-juried. Any student currently enrolled in course(s) at Westchester Community College may exhibit one piece of art.

Artworks may not exceed 24″ any dimension.

Bring artwork to the Fine Arts Gallery, located on the third floor of the Academic Arts Building, on either of the following dates:

Saturday, May 2, noon – 4:00 pm

Sunday, May 3, noon – 4:00 pm

  • All artwork will be hung/displayed as delivered; no framing or preparatory services will be provided.
  • The gallery has a range of nails, screws, and hand tools for hanging artworks. The gallery has a selection of pedestals for placing sculptural works, several electrical outlets, and several Ethernet jacks. The gallery cannot supply specific hanging hardware or other display elements, including electric, electronic, and/or digital components.
  • Gallery assistants will be on hand to help install works.
  • First come, first served – artworks will be installed in the order in which they’re brought to the gallery and will remain in place for the duration of the exhibition.
  • All students must show his/her current college ID and sign provided contract to hang artwork for the exhibition.

Wednesday, May 6, 11 am – 1 pm

  • Invite guests and enjoy the company of the college community in a festive atmosphere.
  • Light refreshments will be served.

Remove artwork from the gallery on the following dates:

Sunday, May 10, noon – 4 pm

Monday, May 11, noon – 4 pm

Any artwork left after 4 pm on May 11 will be discarded.

All students must provide proof of identity to remove work from the gallery.


The Westchester Community College Foundation was established in 1969 to meet College and student needs not met by public funds. As part of its mission, the Foundation’s primary objective is to provide scholarships for incoming, continuing, and graduating students. Students may apply to the Foundation for scholarship assistance by completing the online application.

How to Apply:

  • Apply online at https://sunywcc.academicworks.com/users/sign_in.
  • Complete the online application in its entirety
  • Upload your personal statement
  • Upload your transcript(s)
  • Request your letters of recommendation. (Please contact your recommenders BEFORE you enter their email addresses online!)
  • Follow up with recommenders to ensure recommendations are submitted by the due date
  • Submit additional documents, as needed

Note: The priority application deadline is March 1st

Scholarship Application Workshops:
Have questions about the application? Need help filling out the online application form? Then come to one of our workshops, which will be held on Wednesdays and Thursdays in September and early October:

  • Wednesdays: February 25, March 4, March 11, March 25
    • 11:30 a.m. -12:50 p.m.
    • CLA 321
  • Thursdays: February 26, March 5, March 12, March 26
    • 4:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m.
    • CLA 321

The Scholarship Office office is located on the second floor of the Library, Room 242. You may also call at 914.606.6442, or email scholarships@sunywcc.edu.

Art Club Calendar



Wednesday, 1/14 Club Officer Development Day 9:30am-4:00pm Gateway

Wednesday, 1/21 Art Club Business Meeting 11:00-1:00 HAAB 406

Wednesday, 1/28 Art Club Business Meeting 11:00-1:00 HAAB 406


Wednesday, 2/4 Art Club Business Meeting 11:00-1:00 HAAB 406

Thursday, 2/5 Club Council Meeting 4:15 CLA 200

Wednesday, 2/11 Student Involvement Fair, 11:00-1:00 Physical Education Building

Wednesday, 2/18 Guest Artist Charles McGill 11:00-1:00 HAAB 406 (for Black History Month)

Wednesday, 2/25 Prop-Making: David Melendez 11:00-1:00 HAAB 406

Friday, 2/28 Guest Artist Jessica Rechtschaffer, Armorer – Presentation 5:00-6:00 HAAB 407


Wednesday, 3/4 Guest Artist Lisa Iglesias 11:00-1:00 HAAB 406 (for Women’s History Month) (Mini-Meeting as needed)

Thursday, 3/5 Club Council Meeting 4:15 CLA 200

Wednesday, 3/11 Earring Making Workshop to Benefit Victims of Domestic Violence 11:00-1:00 HAAB 406

(Mini-Meeting as needed)

Spring Break

Wednesday, 3/25 Figure-Drawing Workshop with Beola Daily 10:00-1:00 HAAB 402 (Mini-Meeting as needed)


Thursday, 4/9 Club Council Meeting 4:15 CLA 200

Tuesday, 3/31 Trip Week Trip to Met Museum 9:00-4:00

Wednesday, 4/1 Trip Week Trip to MoMA 10:00-5:00 (No Art Club Meeting)

Friday, 4/3 Trip Week Trip to Storm King Art Center 10:00-5:00

Wednesday, 4/8 Art Club Business Meeting 11:00-1:00 HAAB 406

Wednesday, 4/15 Prep for Cosplay 11:00-1:00 HAAB 406

Thursday, 4/16 Cosplay Fashion Show, 4:00-5:50 STC Events Room

Friday, 4/17 Student Leader Recognition Dinner

Wednesday, 4/22 Guest Artist: David Abreveya – Comic Art 11:00-1:00 HAAB 406

Wednesday, 4/29 Art Club Business Meeting 11:00-1:00 HAAB 406


End of Year Trip (Albany/Troy?)

Wednesday, 5/6 Art Club Final Business Meeting of Year 11:00-1:00 HAAB 406

Exploring Transfer

why-go-to-college1ARE YOU INTERESTED IN………

  • Taking College courses team taught by faculty from Vassar College and a community college for 6 transferrable credits? – FREE
  • Spending 5 weeks (June 19th though July 24th) on a college campus in the Residence Halls? – FREE
  • Experiencing liberal arts coursework in a stimulating environment with other community college students?
  • Living and learning on the beautiful campus of Vassar College in Poughkeepsie, NY?
  • Having the academic and personal experience of a lifetime?

The Exploring Transfer program at Vassar College is offering a limited number of full scholarships to eligible students from Westchester Community College for the Summer 2015.  The purpose of the program is to encourage community college students to experience a private four year college, take a rigorous course load and consider transferring to colleges you may have thought “out of your reach”.

For more information about the program including the online application, please go to http://eter.vassar.edu/.  Applications are due by March 9th.  An informational DVD regarding the program is available to view in The Office of Transfer Services, STC 213.