AAC gains attention on campus
The Spring 2012 issue of the At Hunter newsletter praises the work of AAC in a full-page article, describing it as "an ambitious, wide-ranging initiative, [that] aims to integrate the creative arts with many other courses of study for Hunter undergraduates."
"The growing program has been embraced enthusiastically by faculty and students, and beyond, Hunter has gained the active support of prominent artists and leading cultural institutions," the article said.
In the same issue, Hunter President Jennifer J. Raab also mentioned AAC in The President's Perspective column:
"Hunter is emerging as one of New York's premier schools for the study of the arts ... Equally exciting, thanks to a $100,000 planning grant from the Mellon Foundation, we have launched Arts Across the Curriculum, an interdisciplinary initiative that involves partnerships with several cultural institutions throughout New York City," Raab said.