ARTFCITY - The Anarchist Flâneur: Graham Coreil-Allen’s Critical Urbanism.
His current project with the Institute of Contemporary Art Baltimore SiteLines features a series of walking tours and an installation that’s transformed Current Gallery into something resembling an alternative tourist information center. We sat down to discuss the perils of cycling, the Situationist International, and the challenges of making work in the wake of Freddie Gray’s death in police custody.
Graduate Studies is collecting readings, events, calls for participation and other announcements related to the Baltimore Uprising movement in one central location for students who want to get involved. Beginning with a list of public events, organizations and resources compiled by the Office of Community Engagement and sources circulating on the web, we have amassed a lot of information for interested students to look through.
Please check it out and share it. If you'd like to submit something for inclusion on the page, email firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line "Baltimore Uprising Submission"
PROM SALON -- Last Salon of the Year!
Thursday May 14th
FLIV RM 504
9:30pm - 11pm
Come and celebrate the end of the year!
Alethia Hyun-Jin Shin
(Community Arts, MFA)
Selina Doroshenko and Cola-Lola Marie
(Mount Royal School of Art, MFA)
Friday, May 15th // MICA GRAD PICNIC
Open to graduate students, close friends and family.
MICA GRAD PICNIC
Friday, May 15th
FREE food and drinks!
(for meat eaters and vegetarians alike)
Food will be provided by BIG BAD WOLF's House of BBQ and PARKHURST CATERING.
Register TODAY! MICA Master's Benefit Art Sale
Saturday, May 16th, 12-4pm @ Lazarus Center
Deadline to Register: Monday, May 11th
All graduate students are eligible to participate. For those programs who are housed in the Lazarus Center, students can sell their work directly from their studio or may coordinate with their programs to sell in the common areas on their floors. Any student who does not have a studio or workspace in the Lazarus Center will be provided with a table and/or wall space in the Lazarus Center to sell work.
To register for the art sale, please fill out the form below. The deadline to register is Monday, May 11th.
Masters Benefit Art Sale Registration Form
3RD ANNUAL / MA in Critical Studies Symposium
The Walters Art Museum
Narratives of Modernity, Contemporaneity, and Desire is a symposium devoted to a consideration of important points in our cultural past and present, with the aim of better understanding critical discourse in the arts and, more generally, the world around us. How have artists, writers, and activists employed narrative strategies in creating particular effects, or achieving certain goals? And how, in the process, has their work contributed to or challenged notions of modernism, history, and humanity?
A series of 20-minute talks will be followed by a keynote lecture by the poet and actor David Yezzi, as well as a summary discussion of the symposium's theme.
May 14th - May 19th // MAT - The Student Teacher Showcase Exhibit
Riggs/Leidy Galleries, Lazarus Center
Thursday, May 14th -- Tuesday May 19th
Featuring our MAT students' work (artwork, teaching portfolios, research), their art units via the work of their K-12 students, and information about their growth as teachers.
Curatorial Practice, MFA Thesis Openings
Friday, May 15, 2015
Liz Lerman, A Choreographer, Teacher, Writer And MacArthur Genius Fellow, Is Known For Her Timely And Evocative Contemporary Performances. In Her Creative Research Practice And Career, She Has Asked Big Questions: Who Gets To Dance? How Can Artists Serve Other Disciplines? How Can Conversation Heal?
Podcasts On Process Is Curated And Produced By Maryland Institute College Of Art (MICA) Curatorial Practice MFA Candidate Kirsten Marie Walsh For Her Thesis, And As The Culminating Project Of Her Year-Long Graduate Fellowship At The Contemporary.
NOW LEASING-- Micro Studios at The Motor House
MORE INFORMATION ON STUDIOS AND FLOOR PLANS
CALL FOR ENTRIES-- Contemporary Artists' Books
Artists are invited to submit unique or limited edition artist’s books – sculptural, book objects, altered books or book installations. This exhibit, Outside the Margins: Contemporary Artists’ Books, will be held in the Loyola-Notre Dame Library as part of Book Arts Baltimore.
Questions can be addressed to:
Kim Banister, Director
JULIO FINE ARTS GALLERY
CALL FOR PROPOSALS
Asia Art Archive
Call for proposals: The Robert H. N. Ho Family Foundation
Greater China Research Grant 2015
Application deadline: Tuesday, 30 June 2015
Asia Art Archive
233 Hollywood Road
Project Anywhere is a global exhibition initiative in which the role of curator is replaced with the type of peer review model typically endorsed by a refereed journal. Emphasizing art and research undertaken outside traditional exhibition contexts, Project Anywhere is dedicated to the blind peer evaluation and global dissemination of art and research undertaken at the outermost limits of location-specificity.With only a handful of projects hosted each year, selection is extremely competitive.
Call for proposals
Submission deadline: September 1, 2015