Baltimore Collegetown Network 2018 Student Survey:
2018 Grad Picnic!!!!
Time: 6:00 - 9:00 pm
Location: Cohen Plaza
Finances for Artists Workshop
1PM - 5PM, Brown 320
REGISTER ONLINE: financesforartists.eventbrite.com
Featuring Amy Smith (presenter for Creative Capital)
This workshop provides a crash course in financial literacy for artists. Designed and led by Amy Smith, a working artist with expertise in bookkeeping, budgeting, tax preparation, and financial management. This workshop will raise participants' level of financial literacy regardless of their prior experience. Topics will include individual taxes for artists, segregating personal and artistic finances, budgeting for your life and your artistic projects, tips for tracking deductible expenses (what can artists write off?), and how artists can get out of debt and start saving.
Fall Practice Based Studios in the Center for Social Design..
SD 350/SD 5350, PRACTICE-BASED STUDIO (3 CREDITS)
TUESDAY 9-3 OR FRIDAY 9-3
In this immersive, semester-long studio course, you will learn and practice the fundamentals of human-centered design, a collaborative process that uses methods like one-on-one interviews, user workshops, and rapid prototyping to ensure that your designs reflect the needs, behaviors, and preferences of your users. Whether you’re a graphic designer, a sculptor, or a filmmaker, you can use human-centered design to ensure your work is created with, not just for, communities.
From designing a food truck that brings fresh produce to urban food deserts to reimagining the HIV testing process to reduce stigma, this course tackles issues that matter. Students work as a single interdisciplinary project team with a community partner for the entire semester, so you will gain deep experience in an issue impacting Baltimore. The course’s topic and community partner will be announced in the beginning of the semester; past partners have included Baltimore City Health Department, Baltimore City Public Schools, and Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. Learn more about past projects here: http://micasocialdesign.com/studios
To enroll in this course, or ask any questions, email Becky Slogeris, faculty lead (email@example.com).
NEW CSPD CLASSES - FALL 2018
SCHEDULE: September 25 - November 6, 2018 [6 sessions]
LOCATION: TBD | On-Campus
FACULTY: Lindsey Davis
DATE/TIME: Tuesday 7:30 - 10:00 pm
In this six week class, students will learn about leadership through the frame of self-awareness. Topics will include power, persuasive communication, body language, and networking, preparing students to strategically pursue their professional and creative interests. Students will engage in research, creative expression, and critique as methods to explore and expand their strengths and challenges, as well as develop new understanding of self and approaches to being a leader. (NOTE: This class will include exercises that require physical activity.)
CSPD 401 Perception in Visualization Design [3 credits]
SCHEDULE: August 27 - December 5, 2018 [15 sessions]
LOCATION: Main 310 | On-Campus
FACULTY: Chris Sloan
DATE/TIME: Wednesday 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm
This course will cover how understanding human-based factors are critical to effective visual communication. Human-based factors include our different cultural perspectives, our understanding of the world, the technologies we use, and, very importantly, human visual perception. Artists and designers who are aware of human-based factors can avoid commonly made mistakes and improve the impact of their work. The course will provide an overview of these factors and present solutions that students can use in their daily work. The course will focus heavily on visual perception and its implications for information visualization.
MFACA's POWER Speaker Series Event!
Location: 131 W North Ave, Baltimore, MD 212001
Power Series: Disability & Access within the Arts..
Location: 131 W North Ave, Baltimore, MD 212001
MICA Last Blast!!!!!
Talk The Ting
Following the screening there will be a Q&A with the director. Refreshments will be served. Free and open to the public. For more information, see our Facebook event"
Summer GPA position for the MA in Art Education Program
The successful candidate for this position should be:
- Familiar with a fast paced administrative environment
- Familiar with MS Office
- Familiar with MICA's resources
- Knowledgeable about safe studio practices at MICA
- Able to work independently
- Exhibit excellent interpersonal skills
- Familiar with Adobe Creative Suite
- Familiar with the field of Art Education
- Familiar with cultural opportunities in Baltimore
New Urban Arts Opportunity!
New Urban Arts Communications Associate VISTA will work at New Urban Arts supporting the organization's external communications, including NUA's digital presence (social media, enews, website), print publications and other press events. The full position description can be found here: http://newurbanarts.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/New-Urban-Arts-Communications-VISTA-Job-Description.pdf
The NUA Knights VISTA will work at Central High School supporting the NUA Knights after school program. NUA Knights will be entering it's second year and the VISTA member will be supporting the continued establishment, refinement and maintenance of systems, support recruitment efforts, support communications with students, parents and teachers, and support scheduling for after school providers. The full position description can be found here: http://newurbanarts.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/NUA-Knights-VISTA-Description.pdf
Both of these positions are AmeriCorps VISTA positions. They both have a starting date of July 30th which includes a mandatory PreService Orientation in Philadelphia, with an onsite start date of August 2nd. For more information on AmeriCorps VISTA, visit: https://www.nationalservice.gov/programs/americorps/americorpsvista
For more information on New Urban Arts, visit: www.newurbanarts.org
For more information on NUA Knights, visit: https://sites.google.com/newurbanarts.org/nuaknights
Applications are due by May 11, 2018.