Eight MFA painting students present their culminating thesis projects and other works created during this past pandemic year at Art Cake in Brooklyn, NY.
Citing “deeply systemic issues,” MICA faculty have withdrawn their support of the school’s president, provost, and other senior administrators.
MICA may not be open physically, but online it can be accessed everywhere.
MICA Grad Show 2019 showcases the culminating work of more than 150 of MICA’s graduate students. Various shows are on view throughout Baltimore until July 26.
MICA GRAD SHOW 2018 showcases the culminating work of more than 150 of MICA’s graduate students.
Lauren Frances Adams offers three bodies of work that celebrate black female exceptionalism and expose the supporting roles of white women in US Confederate history and propaganda, offering a multifaceted site-specific, visual history lesson centered in Baltimore.
The Maryland Institute College of Art’s Decker Library is digitizing rare audio from their cultural lecture archives, and offering them to stream on the Internet Archive.
Working in a broad range of painting, sculpture, textile, photography, performance, and video work, the exhibition features Lindsey Bailey, Jacqueline Bishop, Howard el-Yasin, Suzy Kopf, Kirk Daniel Palmer, Georgeann Schellenger, and Azucena Trejo Williams.
MICA invites you to join the next generation of creative thinkers – artists, designers, filmmakers, educators, curators, and critics – as they demonstrate the power and possibilities of contemporary art and design.
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.
Join the Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA) this Saturday November 16th 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.
The summer thesis exhibition for the MFA in Studio Art at The Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA) will feature the work of 10 graduating artists: Katrina Bello, Tamara Cedre, Emily Harris, Jeff Hensley, Brendan Hughes, Sarah Koljonen, Dan Lovallo, Tobin Rothlein, Jonathan Taylor, and Davin Watne.