TONIGHT! 4/2 // Paul Rucker @ 6pm
TODAY @ 5PM: LAST CHANCE TO RSVP for Saturday, April 4th, Paul will lead workshop, "Artist Survival Skills - Thriving as Your Authentic Self," 11am-1pm. Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org to participate in the workshop.
Lecture and Reception, Thursday, April 2, 2015, 6pm
An overview of Paul's recent work during his residency at MICA
Lazarus Center Auditorium
Workshop, Saturday, April 4, 2015, 11am-1pm
Artist Survival Skills - Thriving as Your Authentic Self
Lazarus Center, Room L 090
Lunch will be served
About Paul Rucker
Paul Rucker is a visual artist, composer, and musician who combines media, often integrating live performance, sound, original compositions, and visual art. His recent solo exhibition at Creative Alliance, REWIND, visually embodies America’s uncomfortable history regarding issues of social justice through sculptural installations, text, quilts, animations, and interactive events. REWINDre-envisions and re-imagines past historical events and alludes to their relationship with current issues of race and injustice in America. Examples include the bombing of the 16th Street Baptist Church in Birmingham, Alabama, as well as the brutal slayings of Medgar Evers, Sean Bell, and Trayvon Martin.
TOMORROW (FRIDAY) IS LAST DAY TO PICK UP Commencement Tickets
In order to pick up your Commencement tickets, you must complete:
1. Application for Graduation
2. Graduating Student Survey
Any tickets not picked up by 5pm on April 3rd will be made available for those students who requesting additional tickets and 1st year students wishing to attend the Graduate Commencement Ceremony. Additional tickets can be picked up the week of April 6th.
IF SOMEONE IN YOUR FAMILY NEEDS SPECIAL ACCOMMODATIONS FOR GRADUATION: Please contact Anne South to request accommodations for guests at Commencement. Accommodations may include: sign language interpreters, assistance with a wheelchair, and accessible seating for those with mobility needs.
Director, Office of Events
REMINDER: Graduate Student Council Meeting
Wednesday 4/8, 2:30pm-3:30pm, L109
Friday 4/17-4/19 // Coding for Community: A Civic Hackathon
At the beginning of the event, participants will coalesce in ad hoc teams around projects that engage them and draw on their talents and experiences. Tickets are $5, and meals and snacks are provided. To register, visit goucher.edu/codingforcommunity.
Projects will be designed, built, and presented over the course of the weekend. Leaders from technology, sustainability, and regional cultural spaces will judge projects for the monetary prizes (first, $500; second, $200; third, $100), as well as provide feedback to all teams.
This event is sponsored by Goucher College’s graduate programs in Cultural Sustainability, Digital Arts, Environmental Studies, and Management. For more information, contact Michael Scott-Nelson, academic program director in the digital arts program, at 410-337-6464 or Michael.Scott-Nelson@goucher.edu.
GRAD EX: Nicholena Moon - On View: March 11th - April 4th
CLOSING RECEPTION: Friday, 4/3 -- 6-8pm Gateway Building
Curatorial Practice, MFA
Friday 4/3 // Power & Equity Forum
Friday, April 3, 3-5pm
Lazarus Center, room 109
Friday, May 1, 3-5pm - Lazarus Center, room 109
Power & Equity Forum at MICA invites you to join the discussion among undergraduate and graduate students, faculty, and staff to create a more inclusive campus at MICA. Our goals are to identify and make recommendations to inform a college-wide, multi-year initiative to promote a more equitable, diverse, and reflective place of learning at MICA.
You are invited to join us and contribute to advancing the conversation to make this institution more equitable and supportive of all its constituents.
Wednesday 4/8 // YOGA
Sessions will be led by Charm City Yoga. All skill levels can participate.
LAST SESSION April 22!
POWER Speaker Series
Tuesday, April 14th, 7-9pm
MFA in Community Arts @ MICA PLACE
814 N. Collington Avenue
Baltimore, Maryland, 21205
How do you stop the same ol’ same ol’? How does one change the status quo? Enter ARTPARTHEID: Bridging the gap of disparities in the art scene in Baltimore. Meet the unlikely crew that decided to unite forces and address this artistic concern featuring United Diverse Artists, lnc. — Sheila, Melissa, Michelle, Hannah, Valeska, Olivia, Sophia, and Mia.
Wednesday 4/9-4/19 // Community Art Collaborative I AM ART
Please join us for I Am Art, the Annual Community Art Festival and Exhibition, April 9th thru 19th in the Brown Center's Rosenburg Gallery, 1301 W.Mount Royal Avenue.
The reception and festival will be held Thursday April 16th from 3-7pm on Cohen Plaza.
April is Sexual Assault awareness month!
Visiting Artist Lecture Series
Thursday 4/2 // Artist Lecture: William J. O’Brien
Main Building, Room 110
William J. O’Br ien’s multidisciplinary practice of painting, sculpture, drawing, and installation grows out of a personal, intuitive process, addressing the tension between order and chaos, weaving repetition and mantra into a fresh minimalistic practice. The Loyola University Chicago and School of the Art Institute of Chicago graduate has exhibited nationally, with work in several notable permanent collections.
Sponsored by the Mixed Media Speaker Series.
Tuesday 4/7 Artist Lecture: Steven Levine
Lazarus Center Auditorium, L115
Sponsored by Critical Studies, MA
MFAST '14 Alumni Group Exhibition @ 464 Gallery
On View: April 4th-April 29th
Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA) Alumni Group Exhibition
Artist's Reception: Saturday, April 10; 6-10 pm
464 Amherst Street
Buffalo NY 14207
Hours: Tues-Fri: 12-6, Sat: 12-4pm
Exhibition on view through April 29
Every context has its frames and its ideological overtones. - Richard Serra
Working loosely in the spirit of the ethnographer, we study and respond to different aspects of cultural phenomena through diverse approaches. “Context Contingent” is a selection of work from 7 artists from across the country working in a variety of materials and formats. The participating artists question their relationship to context and consider their work as contingent upon these relationships. Our work seeks to demystify and revel in our familiar, lived environments, while simultaneously framing and fracturing the ideological underpinnings.
The ethical nature of intersubjectivity as it relates to larger issues of politics and culture is a slippery slope. Our intention is to articulate various ways of responding and relating to context, bringing the circumstances and conditions that surround us to the foreground. We ask the viewer to consider their own relationship to context, how these circumstances reflect who they are, and to question the fluidity and changeability of these contextual factors. Using a variety of media and approaches, we each scrutinize how the individual relates to their environment and others'. Personal, physical, and formal boundaries are questioned and pushed through these artistic inquiries.
Featuring Artwork from Laura Borneman (Buffalo, NY), Erin Barach (Baltimore, MD), Nicole Herbert (Harrisburg, PA), Ashley Lathe (Charlotte, NC), Joy Moore (Houston, TX), Nikki Moser (Factoryville, PA) and Miguel Navarro (Los Angeles, CA).
April 24th - 25th, 2015 (sign up here)
Friday, April 24, 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Saturday, April 25, 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
at the Baltimore American Indian Center,
113 S. Broadway, Baltimore MD 21231
This intensive is about building a sustainable life as an Artist. Additionally, they'll be addressing topics such as, why artists are poor and why they shouldn't be, tools artists have used to make things easier, and how to build a life that is balanced, productive, and sustainable. Learn more about Artists U/Baltimore and their Intensive Programs here.
Fellowship Opportunity: Creative Community Fellows
Application deadline: April 26, 2015
Around the world there are artists, activists, community organizers, administrators and entrepreneurs working as change-makers in their communities – using arts and culture as vehicles to drive physical and social transformations. The Creative Community Fellows program has been built for these leaders working at the intersection of culture and community. If you're interested in the Creative Community Fellowship, please learn more about the organization and the application process here.
Grant Opportunity: Research Associates Foundation of Baltimore
Two members of the Research Associates Foundation board, Lester Spence and Kostis Papadantonakis, will host an information session for prospective grantees on Thursday, April 9, 7:30 PM at Village Learning Place (2521 St. Paul St., Baltimore).
Opening Reception: Friday, April 10 at 4:00pm - 7:00pm
Seoul Rice Cake
2016 North Charles Street
Baltimore, MD 21218
Fire Island Artist Residency (FIAR)
Call for applications: four-week summer residency
for LGBTQ emerging artists
Deadline: April 12, 2015
CALL for ARTWORK
Art Market Productions
Deadline: June 15, 2015
provides support for American dance,
music, and theater ensembles and solo artists
Deadline: Friday, April 17, 2015
CALL FOR PAPERS!!
The Arts as White Property
Despite strong rhetoric to the contrary, arts in education scholars and practitioners havebeen remarkably silent regarding how dynamics of race and racial oppression manifest bothexplicitly and implicitly through the assumptions, practices, and frameworks that define the field.
Deadline: April 15, 2015
Autodesk Pier 9 WorkshopCall for public installations"The Future of Making Things"
Submission deadline: April 17, 2015
Semifinalist interviews: April 22–April 24, 2015
Proposal selection date: May 1, 2015
Installation completion date: November 2015
More information on the Edge Competition call