Art History class offered in Narrowsburg

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We’re excited to bring SUNY Sullivan classes to The Narrowsburg Union and extend our reach to the western part of the county. We’re absolutely thrilled about this partnership and the possibilities for the future with The Narrowsburg Union.”

SUNY Sullivan has entered into an agreement that will bring college-level classes to The Narrowsburg Union (the former Narrowsburg Central School) beginning with the upcoming spring semester.

The Narrowsburg Union, formerly the Narrowsburg Central School

The first course to be offered is 20th Century Art, taught by Michael “Rocky” Pinciotti, which will be held for 15 weeks on Tuesday evenings from 6:00 – 8:50 pm, beginning January 26. The class is open to degree-seeking students as well as to community members.

SUNY Sullivan President Dr. Karin Hilgersom stated, “We’re excited to bring SUNY Sullivan classes to The Narrowsburg Union and extend our reach to the western part of the county. We’re absolutely thrilled about this partnership and the possibilities for the future with The Narrowsburg Union.”

For the spring semester, SUNY Sullivan will occupy one classroom in the Union. SUNY Sullivan’s Vice President of Academic and Student Affairs Dr. Robert Schultz expects the number of course offerings to grow in subsequent semesters. “Future offerings may include Accounting and additional Art classes,” said Dr. Schultz.

This class may be taken by students for 3 college credits (tuition rates apply) or as a community learning class for $175. To register as a student, visit My SUNY Sullivan, or call the Admissions Office at 845-434-5750, ext. 4287. To take the class as a non-credit Community Learning class, click the button below to sign up, or contact Hillary Egeland at 845-434-5750, ext. 4377 or hegeland@sunysullivan.edu.

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About The Narrowsburg Union

The Narrowsburg Union, located at 7 Erie Avenue in Narrowsburg, NY, is a mixed-use commercial facility located in the heart of the Upper Delaware River hamlet, with spaces dedicated to commerce, education and community. Special event spaces include auditorium (seating 550) and stage, a complete commercial kitchen and adjacent 4-acre lawn.