Coffee House and Sanctus Artem Hold Beatles Themed Jam Session

by Jileen Barrett & Mariana Duque, Assistant A&E Editor & Staff Writer Sanctus Artem and the hosts of Coffee House collaborated to hold a Beatles themed jam session on Tuesday, Feb. 12 in Hayden 109. Erin McWilliams and Chantal Flores (as well as absent host Joe Corrao) chose several of the Fab Four’s most well known songs for the event. McWilliams, a senior chemical engineering major, … Continue reading Coffee House and Sanctus Artem Hold Beatles Themed Jam Session

Expanding Art Through MC

by Christine Nappi, Features Editor If you are looking for a relaxing, freeing environment to express artistic skills, then Sanctus Artem is the club for you. Sanctus Artem is a place where students can practice any kind of art, such as fine, visual, performance and literary art. The organization has been on campus for the past four years and is open to all students, regardless of … Continue reading Expanding Art Through MC

Sanctus Artem Holds Art Show: Hayden Hall Transformed into Art Gallery

by Gabriel Gamarra Staff Writer What is art? To some, it is merely paint on a canvas but to those whose hearts revolve around it, it is a haven of self expression. On Oct. 21, the family behind Sanctus Artem presented what can only be described as pure artistic beauty through each own’s artistic expression. The first floor of Hayden became a masterpiece. Each room, hallway … Continue reading Sanctus Artem Holds Art Show: Hayden Hall Transformed into Art Gallery

Sanctus Artem to Showcase On-Campus Talent at Art Show

by Gabriella DePinho & Shannon Gleba Staff Writers Sanctus Artem, a young art collaborative on Manhattan College’s campus, will be hosting their first art show as an official MC club on Oct. 21 in Hayden 100. The art show will feature submissions from students, faculty and community members, covering a wide array of art forms. The submissions include paintings, drawings, pottery, graphic design, film, poetry, dance, … Continue reading Sanctus Artem to Showcase On-Campus Talent at Art Show

Manhattan’s First-Ever Art Club: Sanctus Artem

By Shannon Silvia, Contributer Writer On the snowy night of Jan. 31, sophomores Leony Anne McKeown and Kelsey Quartulli, co-presidents of ‘Sanctus Artem’ met before beginning their meeting of the first ever arts club in Manhattan College history. McKeown and Quartulli met through the arts history department, sharing their passion for the arts with each other. When McKeown found out that there had never been … Continue reading Manhattan’s First-Ever Art Club: Sanctus Artem