Graduate study at MICA (the Maryland Institute College of Art) offers a rigorous and concentrated experience for highly motivated artists and designers seeking to develop a strong personal vision and voice, disciplined studio practice, and the skills and connections for professional success.
Prospective graduate students are invited to attend MICA’s Graduate Open House on Saturday, November 14, 2015. This is an excellent opportunity to meet graduate faculty and currently enrolled students, tour graduate facilities and learn how graduate or post-baccalaureate study at MICA can help you achieve your goals.
Attend the open house to learn more about the talented and creative community MICA has fostered since 1826 (making it the country’s oldest continually-running art college) through its esteemed professors, innovative array of courses, and prominent place within Baltimore’s vibrant arts scene, as well as the United States arts scene at large.
For more information or to RSVP for the open house visit mica.edu.
MICA is located at 1300 W Mount Royal Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21217. Applications for the coming year are due January 15, 2016.
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