Muse Performing Arts Showcase

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Photos by Muse 2021 students Ali Jabbary and Adam Tulibacki

Held each spring, the Muse Performing Arts Showcase offers the Muse Scholars an opportunity to present their creative achievements to the Hunter community while gaining valuable experience in directing, managing, and event planning.

Launched during the Spring 2013 semester, the annual showcase originally consisted of a visual art exhibition and an evening of student performances. Muse visual artists have shown photographs, paintings, drawings and installations, while performers have played instruments, sung original and cover songs, tap-danced and read poetry and fiction.

The performing arts showcase is planned and organized by committees of scholars, while programs and communications are created by scholar designers and writers.

The Muse Performing Arts Showcase been held in the Ida K. Lang Recital Hall, a theater capable of seating nearly 150 guests, since 2015.

Charlotte Athanasidy and Gabrielle Carucci singing during the Muse Virtual Showcase.

Muse Virtual Showcase

This year the showcase was held virtually due to the Corona virus. Check out the powerpoint for the Muse Virtual Showcase.


The Muse Scholar Program gratefully acknowledges the support of the Hunter College President, Jennifer J. Raab and generous contributions from Diane Volk, Melanie Shorin and Greg Feldman, Eva Cooper, Damian Woetzel, Patty Baker, Carole Olshan, Elizabeth Witten, Mary Cirillo-Goldberg, Harriet Gruber, Nellie Gipson, Zoe Dictrow, and The Foundation-To-Life, Inc. Thanks also goes to Hunter’s Office of Facilities Management and Planning, the Communications Department, Scholar Programs and the Office of the Arts.