Wed., March 28th @ 6pm in Lazarus Auditorium
Cory Arcangel, Alan Licht & Howie Chan (Cory is stuck abroad and will be joining in via skype)
BmoreArt Re-Model PD Speaker Series
I wanted to put this event on your radar for Thursday, March 29! BmoreArt is hosting Heather Darcy Bhandari, a NY-based curator and author of ART/WORK (the best artist PD book that exists in my opinion) and Amy Eva Raehse, executive director and curator of Goya Contemporary.
We will be discussing 'Ethics and the Art Gallery' and I know that these two women bring a wealth of information valuable to artists at all stages of their careers and also to collectors.
Please share with your students, networks, and colleagues! This should be good.
It's free but seating is limited, so please ask ppl to RSVP!
Thanks for your help and support! Please share!
Annual Grad Art Sale: Info Session + Registration
Grad Art Sale Info Session
Have questions? Want to learn more? Join us next week for a short presentation and Q&A!
Wednesday, April 4
2:30 - 3:30 PM
Lazarus Center Rm 109
PATHS OF PERCEPTION - Curated by Hui (Becky) Li
Featured artists: Eric Corriel, Paul Daniel, Susan Humphery, Alfredo Rodriguez Medrano, Samantha Sethi
Opening Reception: March 29, 5 - 7 pm
On View: March 29 - April 19, 2018
Gallery Hours: March 29 - April 19, Tuesday - Sunday, 8 - 5 pm
Location: Cylburn Arboretum, Vollmer Center
4915 Greenspring Ave, Baltimore, MD 21209
MICA UP/Start Venture Competition!!!
Opening Reception on April 7, 7-10pm
Current Space (421 N Howard St, Baltimore, MD 21201)
Curator: Rebecca Lu
Artists: Nobutaka Aozaki, Christine Ferrera, Rosemary Liss, Christine Stiver and Tracie Jiggetts, and Tattfoo Tan.
Social Ingredients, curated by Rebecca Lu (MFA Curatorial Practice '18) explores the significance of meal production and consumption as both a social component of everyday life and a meaningful art practice through sculpture, installation, video, performance, and public programs. Featuring artists Nobutaka Aozaki, Christine Ferrera, Rosemary Liss, Christine Stiver and Tracie Jiggetts, and Tattfoo Tan, Social Ingredients provides an artistic viewpoint on the preparation, hosting and consumption of food, examining how people’s relationships with others are influenced by the meals they eat together, while creating a platform for diverse audiences to connect their everyday life with art.
$$ Grad Picnic Poster - Open Call for Designers $$
If interested, please fill out this google form by Saturday, March 31st midnight. Be sure to attach a link to your online portfolio. We would be reviewing all the applications and will get back to you by Sunday, April 1st.
MFA Illustration Practice Grad Show II Gallery Talks
#micagradshow2018 #mfa_ilp #micamade
MICA Materials Library Presents: WHAT DOES THE FUTURE SMELL LIKE?
Show Dates: March 21 - April 6
Reception: March 29, 5-7pm @ the Materials Library (Station Building / room S133)
Invitation to Talk: Can Wakanda Exist Here?
Date: Wednesday, March 28
Place: Main 110
All Students, Faculty and Staff are Welcome!
Present At Peabody!
'Collective Presence' Exhibition:
An undergraduate and graduate exhibition:
March.23 - April.29
Opening Reception: April.06, 6 - 9 PM
Artist Reception + Talks: April.15, 1 - 3 PM
5502 Harford Road, Baltimore
March.23 - April.08
Opening Reception: March.23 6:00 PM
Pinkard Gallery - Bunting Center
1401 W. Mt.Royal Ave.
VISITING ARTIST LECTURE SERIES
Philip Taaffe (Hoffberger) |04.03.18
10:00am - 12:00pm
Lazarus Auditorium (L 115)
PHILIP TAAFFE was born in Elizabeth, New Jersey in 1955, and studied at the Cooper Union in New York. His first solo exhibition was in New York in 1982. He has traveled widely in the Middle East, India, South America, and Morocco, where he collaborated with Mohammed Mrabet on the book Chocolate Creams and Dollars, translated by Paul Bowles (Inanout Press, New York: 1993). Taaffe lived and worked in Naples from 1988-91. He has been included in numerous museum exhibitions, including the Carnegie International, two Sydney Biennials, and three Whitney Biennials. In 1990 his work was the subject of an extensive critical study in Parkett magazine, no. 26 (Zürich & New York). Critical studies and appreciations of his work by a wide range of authors include Brooks Adams, Stan Brakhage, Robert Creeley, Oleg Grabar, Enrique Juncosa, Lisa Liebmann, Francesco Pellizzi, Rene Ricard, Robert Rosenblum, Colm Tóibín, Marina Warner, Peter Lamborn Wilson, and John Yau, His work is in numerous public collections, including the Museum of Modern Art, New York; the Philadelphia Museum of Art; the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, The Whitney Museum of American Art, and the Reina Sofia, Madrid. His work has been the subject of numerous retrospective exhibitions, including IVAM Valencia (2000), the Galeria Civica in Trento (2001), and the Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg (2008), and the Irish Museum of Modern Art (2011). Philip Taaffe is represented by Luhring Augustine Gallery.
LeRoy E. Hoffberger School of Painting, MFA
Fellowships will provide students the opportunity to participate in valuable summer internship experiences by offsetting living expenses and transportation costs. They will be awarded to students who have demonstrated financial need and have secured a substantive internship offer from an employer in their field.
- Demonstrated financial need or unpaid internship
- Prestige of internship, relevance to career goals
- Academic achievement, preparedness and GPA
- Internship must take place during the summer
- Internship must qualify for school credit from MICA, and student must receive credit by completing all required internship assignments
- Internship must be unpaid or student must demonstrate significant financial need if paid (ex. Living in NYC while making $10/hour)
- Student must be actively enrolled at the time of the internship and in good academic and community standing with the college
- Students may only receive one Internship Access Fellowship during their MICA career
- April 22: Application Deadline
- May 7: Fellows Announced
- June 12: Funds Dispersed
For more details and application, visit: meyerhoffinternshipfellowship.weebly.com