Students in Westminster’s art, architecture and photography classes taught by faculty members Kerry Kendall, Rebeccah Tuscano-Moss and Jane Toner traveled to New York City Dec. 12 to visit a number of sites.
At the Whitney Museum of American Art, they viewed the American art collection, focusing on specific class assignments. From there, they walked to the Highline to see the exterior artwork and architecture, and observe waterfront and city views. They also visited Chelsea Market, which is steeped in culture and history, and grabbed a bite to eat from eclectic venues. Lastly, they visited the 9/11 Memorial and the Oculus, where they studied the collaboration of art, design and architecture.
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