From left: Faustino Quintanilla, Executive Director, QCC Art Gallery; Dr. Diane B. Call, President of Queensborough Community College; The Honorable Tuvako N. Manongi, Ambassador and Permanent Representative of the United Republic of Tanzania to the United Nations; Dr. Gary Van Wyk, Guest Curator
Ambassador Manongi with President Call and City Council Member Leroy Comrie
Ms. Lily Munanka, Minister Plenipotentiary/Head of Chancery, Embassy of the United Republic of Tanzania in Washington, D.C. with President Call; Assembly Member Nily Rozic (Center); QCC student and Ambassador Manongi
From left: QCC Fund Board Officer Patricia Tiffany; President Call; QCC student; Ambassador Manongi; and
Faustino Quintanilla holds a Proclamation from the Office of New York City Council Member Mark Weprin. Joining him from left are ;Ambassador Manongi; Ms. Lily Munanka; President Call and Dr. Van Wck
QCC Fund Board Officer and Member, QCC Art Gallery Advisory Council, Gary Schulze, with Judy Blum
Dr. Van Wyk with his son, Alexander, and his wife, Lisa Britten, in front of the "Guardian Post" wood, metal, hide, ca. 1900, Private Collection, USA
Laura Kotkin, Development Director, Institutional Advancement, speaking with a guest at the exhibit opening
Five former QCC Nursing students, including Christine Porter, '10, (third from left) embarked on a trip to Arusha, Tanzania in January 2012 with the mission to provide nursing care and education to rural communities.
From left: Ms. Lily Munanka; President Call; Assembly Member Nily Rozic; QCC student and Ambassador Manongi
Kathleen Lee, Corporate and Foundations Relations Director, Institutional Advancement with Chanel LeMond, Account Executive, The Bradford Group
Lisa Scandaliato, Assistant to the Director, QCC Art Gallery with Diana Buckley, Registrar, QCC Art Gallery
Ambassador Manongi addresses guests during the program portion of the evening.