All around the world, the graduate community of the Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA) is staying creative during the COVID-19 crisis. In this unprecedented time, MICA invites viewers to join them online for a season of innovative and inspiring art. The next generation of creative thinkers — artists, designers, filmmakers, educators, and curators — are featured as they demonstrate the power and possibility of contemporary art and design at a time when it is needed more than ever.
MICA Grad Show 2020 showcases the breadth of work of more than 150 of MICA’s graduate students from the College’s internationally renowned programs. This semester, due to the global health pandemic, the College will showcase the Class of 2020 throughout the coming months through this evolving online platform.
Browse the work of the Class of 2020 at micagradshow.com, including upcoming cohort-specific online events and experiences such as live stream film screenings, digital catalogs, curatorial essays, and pop-up galleries. To stay current with the goings-on and for live takeovers on social media, follow Graduate Studies at MICA on Instagram at @micagrad.
Stay tuned for future opportunities for the public to connect with the MFA and MA work of MICA’s Class of 2020.
To view the art in MICA Grad Show 2020, visit micagradshow.com.
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