Friday 4/10 // Intersectionalities Workshop
Friday, April 10, 3-5 pm
Lazarus Center, Room L109
Please come to the last Intersectionalities Workshop of the semester.
Kalima Young, Project Coordinator for the Office of Community Engagement's Baltimore Art + Justice Project, will lead a discussion focusing on: power and privilege, micro-aggressions, identity as a construct, and radical self care.
This workshop is open to all graduate students.
MICA GRAD SHOW 2015
Curatorial Practice, MFA Thesis: Gloria Azucena '15
April 4-May 16
Reception: April 10
Top of the World Observation Level, World Trade Center Baltimore
401 East Pratt Street, Baltimore 21202
MICA GRAD SHOW 2015
Curatorial Practice, MFA Thesis: Emily Kohlenstein '15
Arlington National Cemetery: My Forever Home
Performance this Saturday, 4/11 @ 5pm in Lazarus Center Auditorium L115
Need Additional Tickets for Commencement?
Drop by the Office of Graduate Studies, TODAY and FRIDAY, 9am-5pm!
Graduate Students Needed for Usability Test @ Decker Library
Are you interested in helping the Decker Library? Are you interested in receiving a $20.00 gift card to either Starbucks or the MICA Store in exchange for helping the Decker Library?
If you answered “yes” to both, then you’re in luck!
The library is working with University of Baltimore to test the usability of our website and we need graduate, undergraduate and faculty participants.
The test will take place at the UB Usability Lab (about 3 blocks from the Bunting Center) and will be over in about an hour. The tests can be done at times that are mutually convenient for both you their student researchers (days, nights, weekends,).
Please contact Aaron Blickenstaff (email@example.com) by Tuesday, April 14 if you are willing/able to participate!
MICA GRAD SHOW OPENING RECEPTION -- Friday April 17th, 2015 -- 5-7pm
Afterparty 7-9pm @ The CROWN
POWER Speaker Series
MFA in Community Arts @ MICA PLACE
814 N. Collington Avenue
Baltimore, Maryland, 21205
ARTPARTHEID: How It All Began with Sheila Gaskins & United Diverse Artists, lnc. Funding sources are limited and there is not enough of money to go around. With that being the case, who can afford to do Art? Who can produce, create, or sustain Art? The Baltimore Arts scene is split into the haves and the have nots. There are silos in existence. Art venues don’t reflect the community and art disciplines are segregated as well.
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.
The State’s Misuse of Power to Debilitate Communities of Color
with Eddie Conway
Tuesday, April 21, 7-9pm, MICA PLACE (free and open to the public)
During this session, Mr. Conway will look at the state’s use of the prison system as a calculated form of oppression, along with its power relationship to and negative impact on individual prisoners. Included in this discussion will be the impact returning prisoners have on certain communities after their encounter with the prison system. Mr. Conway will look at this process from personal experience and share several stories. Time will be provided for questions and answers.
PODEROSAS: A Chat with Maria Gabriela Aldana & Guests
Tuesday, April 28, 7-9pm, Creative Alliance at The Patterson (free and open to the public)
Critique of Richard Florida’s Creative Class (rescheduled from March 3)
with Dominic Moulden
Tuesday, May 5, 7-9pm, MICA PLACE (free and open to the public)
Friday 4/10 // Fulbright Info Session with Fulbright Alumni
Fri., April 10th | 3:00-4:30 PM
Lazarus Center 115
If you missed the first Fulbright session, you're in luck! We are offering one more this semester, with special guest Shana Hoehn '13 Painting. Shana was a Fulbright Finalist in Installation Art in 2013-2014. Shana travelled to Oaxaca, Mexico to learn about the customs surrounding home altars.
Monday 4/13 // OPT Workshop for Graduating F-1 Students
Mon., April 13th | 12:00-1:00 PM
OPT authorizes F-1 students to work in the US for up to 12 months after graduation. Graduating F-1 students are encouraged to attend this workshop to learn how to apply for OPT. OPT is an extension of your F-1 Status. Hosted by the Office of International Affairs.
Monday 4/13 // Chinese Medicine Seminar @ Fitness Center
Join local acupuncturist and artist, Martha Artemis Rogers, L.Ac., on Monday, April 13th, for a relaxing, restorative and detoxifying acupuncture treatment. Each student will receive a treatment that is designed to calm the nervous system, soothe a busy mind, and foster detoxification.
RESTORE. INSPIRE. RELAX.
Commonly Reported Recipient Benefits of the 5 Needle Treatments:
- Overall sense of relaxation - mentally and physically
- Reduced pain - physical and emotional
- Increased sense of purpose and well-being
- Mental clarity and calmness
- Reduced anxiety
- Improved energy levels
- Improved sleep quality
- Improved relationships with oneself and with family and community
- Relief of emotional trauma – death of loved ones, significant life changes, post-traumatic stress
- Support with addictions recovery (smoking, alcohol, drugs, food, etc.) to include: relapse prevention, craving reduction and recovery maintenance
Wednesday 4/15 // Pricing Your Work
Wed., April 15th | 2:30-3:30 PM
Determining the value of your work can be a daunting task, but this workshop will help you take into consideration medium, size, and stage in your career as key factors.
Show Runs 4/9-4/19 // The Man of Mode
Performances run Thursday through Sunday over two weekends, April 9–19. All shows are in BBOX in the Gateway at 8 PM, except the 2 PM matinee on Sunday, April 19. Tickets are $10 for the MICA community (students, staff, and faculty) and all students everywhere with valid ID, and $15 general admission. Tickets are available online at rivalsofthewest.org, at the MICA store, and at the door, as available.
Don’t miss this opportunity to support theater at MICA and to get a brilliant look at ourselves as we used to be—and still are, though our costumes may have changed!
Visiting Artist Lectures
Monday 4/13 // BOOK SIGNING-- Typographic Design: form and communication
(both faculty members in graphic design)
April 13, 12–1pm
Mark & Sandie will share the great, the good and the not-so good parts of writing and designing Typographic Design: Form & Communication, recently published by Wiley.
(attached poster design by Hesuh Park 15)
Curatorial Practice, MFA
Friday & Saturday April 10-11// Time Lapse -- MICA's Annual Benefit Fashion Show
TicketsAvailable for purchase at the MICA's bookstore (1200 W. Mount Royal Ave.) or online at: store.mica.edu
April 24th & May 3rd // # Pirate Radio
(OluShola Cole '15 Mount Royal School of Art, MFA) @ Red Emma's Bookstore
Part talk show, part installation and full homage to the works of artists Nina Simone, Sparrow, Brecht, Kurt Weill, Lotte Lenya and Kathy Acker and others, #PirateRadio features Cole's time traveling alter ego Pirate Jenny and fellow collaborator and sound artist Mark Gunnery. Highlighting Baltimore based activists and artists against a backdrop of ambient sound, topics and conversations will revolve around historic pirate and slave interactions in Maryland's Chesapeake Bay area, with room to discuss those dynamics locally and nationally in the 21st century.
Please join us at Red Emmas Bookstore & Coffeeshop:
April 24th 6pm - Sunatirene (Sound Artist)
Josiah Morgan (Baltimore Activist and researcher)
May 3rd 6pm - Paul Rucker (Visual Artist & Cellist)
For more information on Cole's work:
FB Event links:
MICA Animation Festival- Call for Submissions
Deadline: April 22nd by 2:00 PM
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
School 33 Art Center // Don't Laugh On View April 3-May 30
Goucher College is hosting the second annual “Coding for Community: A Civic Hackathon” Friday, April 17, to Sunday, April 19 in the Batza Room of the Sanford J. Ungar Athenaeum. The event brings together citizens, software developers, scholars, entrepreneurs, designers, and other creative thinkers—whether tech savvy or not—to plant the seeds that help communities thrive.
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.
Free Intensive from Artists U/Baltimore
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
Grant Opportunity: Research Associates Foundation of Baltimore April 24, 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
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
provides support for American dance,
music, and theater ensembles and solo artists
Deadline: Friday, April 17, 2015
POP-up Korea Town"Pop-Up Korea Town" is a exhibition/ Korean restaurant & business pop-up event happening for only 3 days on April 10th-12th! Come see an art exhibit at Seoul Rice Cake Store, then enjoy a special deal or discount of a delicious Korean meal or service at a Korean owned business in Korea Town, Station North!
Opening Reception: Friday, April 10 at 4:00pm - 7:00pm
Seoul Rice Cake
2016 North Charles Street
Baltimore, MD 21218
MICA NETWORK OPPORTUNITIES
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