Friday, 7.29.16: MAAE Exhibition and Thesis Talks
Riggs & Leidy Galleries, Lazarus Center, 1st floor
Public Talks: Friday, July 29th, 1PM - 4PM
Closing Reception: Friday, July 29th, 5PM - 7PM
The MA in Art Education is pleased to welcome the public to the 2016 Thesis Talks.
Candidates will share the way in which their work as artists, teachers, and researchers are integrated into their professional practice.
Thesis Talks take place in the Lazarus Center Auditorium on Friday, July 29th, as follows:
1:00 Octavia Beard
1:20 Lauren Rago
1:40 Elena Johnston
2:00 Jennifer Fry
2:40 Karla Stauffer
3:00 Chelsea Odden
3:20 Young Nan Park Sohn
3:40 Jennifer Zwelling
Office of Community Engagement Presents: Jazz Brings Us Together with Korean Breath
Wednesday, 7.27.16, 7:30 - 9:00 PM
Motor House, 120 W. North Ave, Baltimore MD
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Saturday, 7.30.16 - Seeds for Change Book Release Party
GRADUATE ELECTIVES GUIDE
Practice-based Studio Topics Announced!
The Center for Social Design engages students in the process of problem solving and collaboration using the power of design to make a positive impact on society. Each semester, students work with a specific organization or initiative and focus on a specific objective or issue. Projects and partners change each semester. Past partners have included the Baltimore City Health Department, Baltimore City Public Schools, JHU Bloomberg School of Public Health, and Maryland Energy Administration. Past projects have focused on energy efficiency, food access, lead poisoning, HIV/AIDS, injury prevention, and health care to name a few. CSD students work alongside educators, design professionals, nonprofit and corporate organizations to research and experiment on the ways design can support project goals.
Contact Mike Weikert, firstname.lastname@example.org, director of MICA’s Center for Social Design, or Becky Slogeris, email@example.com, the instructor for these courses, for permission to enroll.
Enroll in the Tuesday or the Friday course:
- Tuesday, 9:00 - 3:00: Community approaches to reducing adolescent STIs with PARTNER: Center for Child & Community Health Research, Johns Hopkins Medicine
- Friday, 9:00 - 3:00: Youth tobacco use & second hand smoke with PARTNER: Office of Chronic Disease Prevention, Baltimore City Health Department
New Liberal Arts Elective Added!
Through course discussions and written reflection, students will explore how and why particular works of literature inspire developments in their own production and practice.
Thursdays, 4:00 - 6:45
Call for Submissions: Full Bleed
Artist Residency at Main Street Arts, Clifton Springs, NY
Artists information and application can be found at http://mainstreetartsgallery.com/residency.html.