Have you been considering a graduate degree in art or design? Join the Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA) at their 2013 Graduate Open House to learn more about their top-ranked graduate and certificate programs.
Interact with graduate faculty, current students, and admissions representatives as you gain an insider’s view of MICA’s graduate community, facilities, and resources. The program includes guided tours by current students of studios, critique, and exhibition spaces, and research labs, and small-group breakout sessions.
Founded in 1826, MICA is a leader in educating creative and talented individuals and is ranked among the top 10 art schools by the U.S. News and Word Report. Eighteen unique graduate degree and certificate programs help accomplished artists, designers, educators, and creative professionals achieve mastery in their chosen discipline.
Hosted by the Office of Graduate Admission, as well as faculty and student representatives from each program, the Graduate Open House is an excellent introduction to this challenging, diverse, and creative graduate community.
Join MICA for their Graduate Open House this Saturday November 16th, 10:00 am to 4:30 pm.
To RSVP or to view more information visit mica.edu/openhouse13.
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