Research and Resources
Mishkin Gallery Student Blog
The Mishkin Gallery Student Blog is a student-run blog that features special initiatives, artist interviews, personal thoughts, media and more regarding the activities of the Mishkin Gallery.
Exhibition Audio Guides
Mishkin Gallery is dedicated to making our programs as accessible as possible. Our exhibition audio guides can be listened to from home or on your smart phone.
Baruch College Art Collection
The Baruch College Art Collection houses approximately 900 artworks that have an emphasis on 20th century American painters, printmakers, photographers and sculptors, dating from 1924-2020. A subdivision of this collection consists of 360 works that are permanently displayed throughout the Baruch College Campus where students are immersed in the artwork firsthand. Representing over 200 artists, the entirety of the collection emphasizes diverse ideas and subjects, ranging from abstract black and white lithographs of the American Abstract Artists 50th Anniversary Portfolio to Milton Hinton’s gelatin silver prints documenting the American Jazz scene, making the collection a rich cultural resource for Baruch College and the greater New York City.
Mishkin Gallery offers a number of paid opportunities for students including the Gallery Assistant program for undergraduates and the Rose Nagelberg Fellowship for graduate students. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Faculty who would like to fold art and gallery programming into their syllabus are welcome to email the Mishkin Gallery to discuss ideas and opportunities. The gallery is always available to provide free educational tours for classes. Email email@example.com to start an inquiry with us.
Members of the public who are interested in volunteering may email firstname.lastname@example.org at any time to discuss open opportunities.