SVA Graduate Student Council Meeting, 9/7
Where: Lazarus Center, L109
MICA Sustainability Meeting, 9/9
Where: Gateway Conference Room, Rm 101
All are welcomed to attend - Please RSVP to Will Wood, Director of Environmental Health and Safety at email@example.com or 410-462-7593.
Pre-Game Meeting, 9/16
Where: Lazarus Center, L115 (Auditorium)
More information to come
** Mandatory meeting for all returning 2nd year MFA students**
(1st year students - you're off the hook!)
Constitution Day 2016
You may request on or two general admission seats for the symposium. To make a reservation, click the link below:
Faculty and Staff - click HERE
Students - click HERE
Please note, you must be logged into your mica.edu account to access the form and the name provided must match the username
Additional tickets will be distributed on Wednesday, September 15 at 3pm in the Brown Center
For more information, click here
Come One, Come All (21+ only) - World Famous Rinehart BBQ
Artist Alison Saar in Conversation with Curator-In-Residence George Circle
MICA Lazarus Auditorium, 131 W. North Ave
Born in Los Angeles, California, Alison Saar is an American sculptor, painter and installation artist whose work explores themes of African cultural diaspora and spirituality. Saar's work has been exhibited internationally with key exhibitions at the UCLA Fowler Museum of Cultural History, Phyllis Kind Gallery in New York and the Pasadena Museum of California Art. Not only has she been appointed as artist in residence at Dartmouth College, but she has also been a recipient of fellowships from John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation, National Endowment for the Arts and City of Los Angeles (C.O.L.A.) Artist.
Grad Lab Workshop: Studio Lighting
Grad Lab, Lazarus Center, 5th Floor
This workshop will serve as an introduction to lighting concepts and practices, from basic lighting schemes to more scientific ideas like color temperature ad the use of gels. We will also discuss how lighting effects every aspect of your shot, from depth of field to shutter speed, and how tools like light meters aren't as outdated as you might think. If you have shot grainy, flat-looking images in the past and are looking to avoid that in the future, this will help.
VISITING ARTIST LECTURE SERIES
3:30-4:30 PM, Brown 413
Open to Graduate Students
Sponsored by Graphic Design MFA and Post-Baccalaureate Graphic Design
Rick Valicenti is the founder and design director of Thirst/3st, a communication design practice providing design and immersive environments for high profile clients in the architectural, performing arts, and education communities. His work has been exhibited at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), resides in the permanent collections of the Yale and Columbia University libraries, Denver Art Museum, and the Art Institute of Chicago, and has been published in The New York Times. He has received numerous awards, including a National Design Award from Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum.
12:15-1:00 PM, Lazarus Auditorium L115
Open to Graduate Students
Sponsored by Illustration Practice, MFA
Patty Sullivan is a book publisher and founder of p.s. ink, a consulting, publishing and representation firm to the book and entertainment industries including Scholastic, Jim Henson Company and Crayola. Patty has worked at Golden Books, Simon & Schuster Children's Book and Random House Children's Books. This lecture will focus on marketing to the book industry.
2:30-3:45 PM, Lazarus Auditorium L115
Open to Graduate Students
Sponsored by Graphic Design, BFA
Lorraine Furter experiments with different forms of critical design, as well as other surrounding practices, such as editing and curating. Eric Schrijver works within the graphic design collective Open Source Publishing. Eric has a background in performance, creating pieces that deal with the thinking body and the flight to abstraction.
OPPORTUNITIES & OTHER NEWS
SAO Call for Community Site Leaders
Apply Now! Emerging Artist Residency Fellowship
NEMLA is coming to town!
Have you ever wanted to participate in a professional panel? Now is your chance! Please consider submitting an abstract for the panel "Sport in Italian Literature and Arts" for the NEMLA convention to be held in Baltimore, March 23 - 27, 2017. The panel is dedicated to the relationship between sport and Italian literature. Papers on literary and artistic aspects of sport in journalism or various media, as well as, sport and the visual arts are welcome!
Submit abstracts HERE
Come out to support Noa Heyne at the AKIMBO Dance Festival, 9/10
MICA's very own Noa Heyne will have an interactive sculpture piece at the tool library open to the public 1-6 PM.
Click HERE for more information about the AKIMBO Dance Festival.
Congratulations to MICA grad alum - 2016 Hamiltonian Fellows
- Aschely Cone - LeRoy E Hoffberger School of Painting '16
- Rachel Guardiola - Mount Royal School of Art '15
- Magali Hébert-Huot - Rinehart School of Sculpture '15
Aschely, Rachel and Magali's work will be featured at the Hamilton Gallery's annual group exhibition new. now. on September 17, 2016. For more information or to RSVP, click here