Lazarus Parking Lots Closure
Due to a private event, the West and East parking lots at the Lazarus Center will be closed from 10pm this Friday, October 5th until 7pm on Saturday, October 6th. Any students parked in the lots Friday night will need to move their cars by 10pm. Any students wishing to work in the Lazarus Center over the weekend can park in the Maryland Avenue lot and the Station North lot.
Call for Grad Lab Techs!
Are you good with technology, have people skills, and looking for a position for the coming semester? The Grad Lab is the place for you! We are looking to fill the Tuesday Evening Shift (3pm to 8pm) for the Fall 2018 semester, which runs from Aug. 27th through Dec. 16th.
Experience in the following field(s) is a huge plus: large format printing, color management, video editing and capture equipment/programs, sound recording and editing equipment/programs, circuit design, AV checkout, 3D modeling programs, digital photography equipment/programs, and object orientated programming.
If you are interested, please email your resume to Patrick Hunt at Phunt@mica.edu and we will setup a time to meet.
A Message From The Wellness Center
1501 W Mt. Royal Ave.
Monday - Thursday: 7 a.m. - Midnight
Friday: 7 a.m. - 9 p.m.
Saturday: 9 a.m. - 9 p.m.
Sunday: 11 a.m. - 6 p.m.
As a MICA Grad student, life's pretty tough! Your mind and body are constantly at work to create amazing things. If not, your mind is occupied with worrying about creating amazing things. Amidst the chaos, it is so important to identify your mental needs, or address any mental/physical or emotional issues that you might otherwise choose to ignore.
That being said, MICA Wellness would like to know how we can better support you as a MICA Grad student. Please fill out this short form to let us know how we can help!
MFA Open Studios 2018
On Friday, November 9 from 4–7pm, we're going to launch a new semi-annual MICA MFA Open Studio event as a chance for the public to see what's going on inside of the MFA studios and for programs to cross-pollinate and see what peers are working on. Are you interested in offering feedback or helping to organize the event? Come to 110A (Curatorial Practice) on Wednesday, October 3 from 7–8 pm for the first planning session, or email firstname.lastname@example.org if you're interested, but can't attend.
The Center for Student Engagement has partnered with Loyola University to host a lecture by Ruth Carter. Ruth is the costume designer for Black Panther, and she is the first African-American to be nominated for an Academy Award in Costume Design!
This event is Free, but due to limited spots available, those who are interested must stop by the Center for Student Engagement (Meyerhoff House) or the Center for Identity & Inclusion (Fox) to sign up.
Made in Baltimore Pop Up Shop: Grand Opening!
Baltimore City Department of Planning announces the opening of the Made In Baltimore Pop-Up Shop. The retail shop runs through February 2019, featuring exclusively Baltimore-based companies and the products they create. Offerings range from clothing, accessories and personal care items, to artisanal food and home furnishings, all designed and created within city limits. The mission of the initiative is to grow employment and entrepreneurship opportunities in Baltimore’s light manufacturing sector, through the support and promotion of local maker businesses. Made In Baltimore strives to create accessible opportunities for Baltimoreans to shop locally, and support Baltimore based creative enterprise.
The kickoff event on Friday, October 5th will feature a local-brew beer garden in the adjacent Y Not Lot (sponsored by Central Baltimore Partnership and Station North Arts and Entertainment) and open shop hours to discover and celebrate the products of over 50 Baltimore City based maker companies. Inventory will be replenished and rotated throughout the shop’s five-month run. In addition to open store hours (12p.m.-7p.m., Thursday through Sunday each week) the shop will offer a calendar of maker-lead, creative workshops for visitors to engage with local artists and gain an appreciation of their skills and material processes.
Graduate Student Loan Meeting
GradEX Presents - Jing Zhao: Looking-Glass Self
Jing Zhao is an MFA student in Photography and Electronic Media, currently exploring the changed youth’s consciousness in the narcissistic era. By collecting and using photography, text, personal data, video and sound, her work undertakes a mental archeology of contemporary media and its effects on our minds and bodies.
Info Session: American Greetings
Friday, October 26, 2018
Meet creative recruiter Dan Weiss and learn about a day in the life of American Greetings' artists, their growing brand, and how how to apply for summer 2019 internship and job opportunities. Students from all years and majors are welcome to attend! No registration required. The content is especially relevant for Graphic Design and Illustration students. Learn about career/internship paths, expand your network of artists and creatives , and understand industries and how artists/organizations are hiring.
VISITING ARTIST LECTURE SERIES
Thursday, October 4, 2018
Jenny Kroik is a New York City-based illustrator. She was born in St. Petersburg, Russia. She received her BFA in illustration from the Art Institute of Boston and an MFA in painting from the University of Oregon. She has been working as a freelance illustrator since 2007, and as a university art instructor for the last 10 years, teaching in institutions such as the University of Oregon, City College of New York, Fairleigh Dickinson University and various painting and drawing workshops around the City. Kroik has so far created two recent covers for the New Yorker Magazine, and is represented by Magnet Reps illustration agency. Her partial client list includes The Washington Post, Athens Voice, The Highly, Copic Markers, RS Media, Well Arts Institute and the Ruby Bay Fish Company. She has also exhibited paintings in galleries around the U.S. See more at https://www.jennykroik.com/.
Hosted by Illustration Practice
Tuesday, October 9, 2018
10:00am – 12:00pm
Lael Marshall: (b. 1968, Seattle Washington) received a BFA from The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, and an MFA as ‘Meisterschülerin‘ from the Academy of Fine Arts in Munich, Germany.
Marshall’s work is a quiet tribute to the beauty that surrounds us in our everyday lives. Patterned clothes, dishtowels, or handkerchiefs are often the materials she works with. The textures, patterns, or transparencies attract her originally, after which she sets forth cutting, sewing, stretching, priming, or painting until something new arrises. Marshall’s work is about that precise moment when a material tips, and demands greater attention; a different and more attuned sort of looking. Marshall’s work straddles the boundary between object and image. She is attentive to the limits of manipulation a material requires until it relinquishes its original identity as a utilitarian object to become something new; when for example, a dishtowel stops being a dishtowel, and suddenly transcends to become a painting.
Recent solo and 2-person shows include Gray Contemporary (Houston, TX), 57W57ARTS (NYC), Dieu Donné (NYC), and mitart gallery, Basel, Switzerland. Group exhibitions include The Riverside Art Museum, (Riverside, CA), Visual Arts Center of New Jersey, BRIC (Brooklyn), The Curator Gallery (NYC), ParisCONCRET (Paris), Sydney Non-Objective (Sydney), Beers Contemporary (London), A/B/Contemporary (Zurich), A3 Gallery (Moscow), Look&Listen (Saint -Chamas, France), Moulins de Villancourt (Pont de Claix, France).
Marshall’s work was included in the publications: ‘100 Painters of Tomorrow,’ Kurt Beers, Thames & Hudson, 2014, and ‘The Outlaw Bible of American Art’, Alan Kaufman, Last Gasp Books, San Francisco, 2016. Marshall was awarded a Dieu Donné.
Hosted By: LeRoy E. Hoffberger School of Painting, MFA
Tuesday, October 9, 2018
4:00pm – 5:30pm
Motta’s multi-disciplinary art practice documents the social conditions and political struggles of sexual, gender, and ethnic minority communities in order to challenge dominant and normative discourses through visibility and self-representation. His work was the subject of the survey exhibition at the Museo de Arte Moderno de Medellín, Colombia (2017) that traveled to Matucana 100, Santiago, Chile (2018). His solo exhibitions include Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam (2017); Pérez Art Museum (PAMM), Miami (2016); Museo de Arte Latinoamericano the Buenos Aires (MALBA) (2016); PinchukArtCentre, Kiev (2015); Sala de Arte Público Siqueiros, Mexico (2013); New Museum, New York (2012); and Institute of Contemporary Art, Philadelphia (2009).
Hosted By: Mt. Royal School of Art, MFA
Thursday, October 11, 2018
12:15pm – 1:00pm
Dana Bechert is a ceramic artist living and working in Lancaster, PA. She received her BFA from MICA in 2012 in Interdisciplinary Sculpture and went on to start her personal studio thereafter. As a full time craft-person, Dana sells work online, wholesales to shops and galleries around the country, and participates in large and small craft shows. Her highly graphic black and white pottery has met critical acclaim via the New York Times, Architectural Digest, Dwell Magazine, Bon Appétit and more. See more at https://www.danabechert.com or on instagram @danabechert.
Hosted By: Illustration Practice, MFA
Grad Lab Workshop: Scanning Film
Thursday, October 4, 2018
Lazarus Center, Grad Lab L540
This workshop will cover the basics of scanning film using Vuescan and the scanners available in the Grad Lab. If you are interested in using the Lab’s scanners to digitize film but don’t know where to start, or if you have had trouble scanning film in the past, this workshop is for you.
Instructor: Sara Hill
Engineer in Residence: Introduction to Arduino: create specific behaviors for electronics
Sunday, October 7, 2018
dFab classroom, room S120
Mt. Royal Station Building at 1400 Cathedral St
Do you want your electronics behave in a specific way? Use the Arduino microcontroller to add brains to your artworks. Learn to use the Arduino to control circuits, the basics of how to program it, and how to detect and respond to a person viewing your artwork.
There are no prerequisites, and anyone in the MICA community is welcome to attend. It's helpful to bring a laptop computer. RSVP to email@example.com
Grad Lab Workshop: Video Editing
Thursday, October 11, 2018
Lazarus Center, Grad Lab L540
So you shot some video, but now you need to make it into a cohesive project? The Video editing workshop will introduce students to the concepts, terms, and workflow associated with using non-linear video editing software to create a finished video project.
Instructor: Patrick Hunt
Apply to Participate in MICA Art Market!
Believe it or not, MICA's 12th Annual Art Market is around the corner! Just in time for the season of giving, please join us as a vendor, as shoppers from MICA and the surrounding communities come to discover and buy work being made by emerging and leading #MICAmade artists.
MICA Art Market is an event featuring fine art and handmade objects for sale by approximately 275 MICA students, alumni, faculty and staff. Original gifts include jewelry, illustrations, paintings, prints, posters, sculptures, mosaics, stationery, T-shirts, ceramics, book arts, toys, wrapping paper etc.
This year's Art Market will take place Thursday, December 6 through Sunday, December 9, 2018
In order to be considered to participate in MICA's 12th annual Winter Art Market, please fill out the application at the link below. All applicants are placed into groups either based on their major or their selection - there is a cap for some groups and you may be moved. Applicants will be notified by October 12th if chosen to participate.
Applications open Friday, September 28
Applications close Friday, October 5
For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org
Adidas & Reebok: Info Session + Meet & Greet
Info Session + Meet & Greet
Wednesday, October 10, 2018
Info session: 2:30pm-3:30pm
Meet & Greet (with pizza!): 3:30-5:00pm
Meet creative recruiters from Adidas and Reebok, learn what it’s like to work for the brands, and get the inside scoop on how to be a standout internship + job candidate. Stay after the info session for pizza and hangout with the Adidas & Reebok team.
Open to all students, no registration required.
Monson Arts Residency: Call for Applications
The Maryland Institute College of Art is pleased to open a call for applications for a residency at Monson Arts for one-month. Applicants should choose (3) options for preferred dates from the Monson Arts schedule. The selected artist will be provided with a studio space, housing, and food. The artist will receive a $1,000 stipend. Although the studio space will be basic, there will be access to a wood shop and metal shop.
Monson Arts is a new artists’ residency and arts center in Monson, Maine, located at the edge of Maine’s North Woods- a 3.5 million acres of forest bordering Canada. It is the last town on the Appalachian Trail, before the beginning of the 100-Mile Wilderness that leads to Mount Katahdin. Since it was founded in 1822, the community has had an economy based on natural resources. In the late 19th through the early 20th centuries, slate quarries supported a thriving industry.
The region also has a rich arts tradition— ranging from Henry David Thoreau, who wrote about the area in The Maine Woods to photographer Berenice Abbott who lived in nearby Blanchard, to traditional makers such as the North Woods Canoe Company in Atkinson.
The foundation has purchased and renovated over 20 buildings in the community to be used for residences and studios. Stuart Kestenbaum, former director of the Haystack Mountain School of Crafts and Maine’s poet laureate, is advising the foundation on the development of the programs.
Deadline: November 1, 2018
Eligibility: MICA Graduating MFA, MA, Post-Bacc Students Class of 2019 and alumni of MICA’s graduate programs.
Choice of Dates
Applicants must choose (3) options for residency. Feb 3-March 1; March 3-March 29; March 31-April 26; April 28-May 24; May 26-June 21; July 21-August 2 - **Current MICA students graduating in May 2019 - can choose from the last two residency periods
MICA will select the artist through an online application and jury process to be completed by November 10th.
Link to Application - micagraduatestudies.slideroom.com/#/login/program/45531
For more information:
Contact Erin Jakowski, Associate Dean, Graduate Studies at email@example.com or 410 225 5273
Collective Terrain: Call for Submissions
Collective Terrain is a new digital arts publication that forefronts works that embody an expressive approach to presenting the complicated relationship between humanity and land. We believe that this relationship can be regenerative, exploitative, dismissive, thoughtful, fraught, neutral, nostalgic, and more, and aim to forefront works that represent these moments.
We will feature new and existing artworks, poems, videos, performance documentation, sound pieces, drawing, flash fiction, essays, critical pieces, interviews, and more. Potential content themes may include: land politics, borderlands, environmental justice, land rights, etc.
Submission Deadline: November 1
Publication Launching: Mid-December
For more information, click here.
Carnegie Mellon School of Art: Tenure-track faculty positions in Sculpture and Photography
Carnegie Mellon School of Art
5000 Forbes Avenue
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15213
The School of Art at Carnegie Mellon University announces two full-time tenure-track positions for Assistant or Associate Professors in the area of Sculpture and a full-time tenure-track position for Assistant or Associate Professor in the area of Photography. For each position, the School is seeking an established artist whose work explores contemporary issues and whose career has maintained a record of national and international exhibition. Special attention will be given to candidates who bring both critical and technical knowledge into their work and teaching.
Each new hire will teach two classes per semester, conduct graduate critiques, and maintain a vibrant studio practice. Additionally, they will be actively engaged as part of a dynamic faculty, taking part in the governance of the School through committee work, and helping to steer pedagogical development. A private studio will be provided, with access to the School’s myriad physical, digital, and technology-based facilities.
A versatile, strongly committed artist with a significant national and international exhibition record. Advanced degree or equivalent required, as well as experience teaching at the college or university level.
Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) and the School of Art value equality of opportunity and mutual respect, and believe that a diverse campus community is essential to enriching intellectual exchanges and enhancing cultural understanding. As such, CMU does not discriminate against any Faculty or Staff, or any applicant for employment, on the basis of disability, protected veteran status, race, ethnicity, gender, or sexual orientation.
Position and salary are commensurate with experience. Carnegie Mellon offers competitive employee benefits packages.
Application deadline: December 1, 2018
For more information and to apply, click here.
Call for Artists: Katonah Elementary School Holiday Boutique
Click the links below for application and vendor information!
Letter to Vendors
Credit Card Authorization Form: