Graduate Research Development Grants, Applications Due 2/17, 9AM
Up to five, $500.00 grants are awarded during each cycle (October, February and July.) Grants are awarded to eligible applicants that demonstrate a clear intent to grow their artistic or professional practice through informative research and personal development.
How do I apply?
A short three page application with a cover page, written proposal, and budget is all it takes! For more information and complete guidelines, click HERE
This doesn't sound like it's for me.
All Graduate and Post Bacc students are eligible for this grant opportunity. If you are unsure about a proposal idea or have general questions, please contact Drew Lundholm in the Graduate Studies office firstname.lastname@example.org
Lom Nava Love, 2/17
Where: Falvey Hall
The President's Task Force for Diversity, Equity, Inclusion & Globalization is hosting a great event on February 17th at 7 p.m. in Falvey. The evening has three parts to it--first, a screen of the film, Lom Nava Love, an unflinching story of Black families in inner city Baltimore harnessing their strengths to challenge the systems and institutions that often dictate their realities. Centered on the work of community organizer Shirley Foulks and directed by Youth Resiliency Institute founder Fanon Hill, Lom Nava Love documents Foulks’ engagement with families in public housing and how she uses art to communicate the abilities, strengths and power to effect change that Black families innately possess.
New Lazarus Bulletin Board Posting Policy!
Please see the full announcement HERE and become familiar with the Student Activities guidelines HERE before creating flyers and posters.
Community Posting Board: The posting board on the 1st floor of the Lazarus Center between the elevator and the bathroom is an open forum board that does not need approval from Student Activities (items for sale, off campus exhibitions, etc.)
Questions: Contact Student Activities with questions or concerns about posting policies 410-225-2284. Drew Lundholm in the Graduate Studies Office can also help with general questions about this new policy.
Poster Submission Flyer Submission Departmental Approval
VISITING ARTIST LECTURE SERIES
12:15 -- 1:00 PM, Lazarus Auditorium L115
Open to Graduate Students
Sponsored by MFA Illustration Practice
10:00 - 11:30 AM, Lazarus Auditorium L115
Open to Graduate Students
Discussion about the Baltimore Rising series
4 - 5:30 PM, Lazarus Auditorium L115
Open to Graduate Students
Sponsored by Mt Royal School of Art
Stephen Dean works in multiple media, including film, sculpture and drawing. Working across these media, Dean often uses color as a mechanism to alter spatial relationships. He is also interested in using the vocabulary of ritualized gatherings and everyday performance to re-constitute our systems of understanding space and time.
Grad Lab Workshop: Scanning Film
Grad Lab, Lazarus Center 5th Floor
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: Heather Braxton
Electronics Essential: Make your electronics work reliably and long-term**
dFAB Studio (S120) in MICA Station Building
Sponsored by Graduate Studies
Learn about and use hookup planning, color coding, grounding, modularity, soldering, and insulation.
**RSVP to Paul Mirl email@example.com
Instructor: Paul Mirel
Leake Lecture Hall
Come join us for a night of TED Talk inspired lectures as a hand-picked panel of successful alumni from a wide range of professional worlds share their journey with the MICA community. Speakers will be presenting on their current work and how they navigated life after graduation to get where they are today. The event will be followed by a catered mix and mingle outside of the lecture hall, so come prepared to be a part of the interaction in this intimate lecture setting. Free for MICA students and alumni. **RSVP Required.
For more information, click HERE
SHOUT-OUTS & FIST-BUMPS
Alfonso Fernandez '16 showing in D.C.
Ben Hamburger, MFACA student, changing lives in the community!
OPPORTUNITIES & OTHER NEWS
Open Call for Gallery Aferro, Applications Due 2/10
Terrault Juried Show, Submissions Due 2/10
Elsewhere Residency Opportunity, Applications Due 2/11
Pay-As-You-Wish Day Pass for CAA 2017, 2/15 - 2/18
Safe Art Space Task Force, 2/16
Where: War Memorial, 101 N. Gay St
The Task Force on Safe Art Spaces has a mission to create a citywide network of safe, cost-effective, contemporary, living, live/work, studio, and performance space for established and emerging artists. It will integrate the perspectives of artistic, design, development, financial, regulatory, and revitalization experts to develop strategies, identify resources, and propose programmatic framework that will develop and sustain spaces that protect the safety of artists and patrons while meeting the logistical and technical interests of today's performers and audiences. For more information, click HERE
Adobe Creative Residency, Applications Due 2/26
Creative Alliance Residency Program, Applications Due 2/27
Ruby Artist Grants - Media Arts and Performing Arts, Due 2/28
Hamiltonian Fellowship Program, Applications Due 3/3
What will you receive as a Hamiltonian Fellow?
- Solo and group exhibitions in Hamiltonian Gallery
- Mentorship from established artists and art professionals
- Exhibition support and peer critiques
- Access to professional development lectures and career resources
- Annual $1,000 stipend
- Gallery representation through Hamiltonian Gallery
- Community engagement and outreach opportunities
Visit www.hamiltonianartists.org/apply for all information on application guidelines, fellowship requirements, the selection process, as well as the submission form. Applications due March 3, 2017.
Summer Internships with Wassaic Project, Applications Due 3/1
Arttable 2017 Diversity Fellowship Program, Applications Due 3/1
- female students enrolled in a graduate program
- from a racial/cultural/ethnic background underrepresented in the field
- seeking career opportunities in the visual arts professions
- a U.S. citizen or have permanent resident status
- be able to commit to 8-consecutive week period specified by each institution
Housing: While some institutions may be able to offer assistance with finding the appropriate housing accommodations for incoming fellow, it is the responsibility of the fellow to find their own housing within the agreed time period and within commuting distance to their assigned institution.Application Process
- TO APPLY click here for the application
- Submit a cv. and two references to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Please make sure that you are available during the dates the host institution has specified.