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
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.
MFA Illustration Practice Grad Show II Gallery Talks
#micagradshow2018 #mfa_ilp #micamade
BLOCK, PAPER, SCISSORS!
The work will be on display starting April 6 and will be part of the Art Walk hosted by Highlandtown Main Street and Southeast CDC. Papercuts will be installed in the 3300 Block of Eastern Avenue.
The project was sponsored by The Highlandtown Main Street and Southeast CDC.
Highlandtown Main Street is a program of the Southeast CDC and a part of Baltimore Main Streets, a program of the City of Baltimore.
For more information on the event http://www.southeastcdc.org/calendar/
The Grad Remix: Papercuts class is part of the MICA MFA Illustration Practice.
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
Take it to the Streets!
Speakers will include Baltimore artist and activist Bashi Rose, filmmaker Malaika Aminata Clements, Joe Tropea, Project Manager of the Preserve the Baltimore Uprising Archive project, and contemporary artist Malcolm Peacock. The panel will be moderated by MICA student Ariel Posh.
Interact + Integrate
Link to Exhibition page: https://www.visartscenter.org/more/event/interact-integrate/
Here's a description of the show:
INTERACT + INTEGRATE is an exhibition, organized by Jackie Hoysted, featuring four artists whose art practices are concerned with the interaction and/or integration of the audience in their work. Interaction is usually concerned with communication. It can simply be a manual interaction between people and things or for new media artists typically involves the interaction between humans, computers, sensors and networks. Conversely, integration is concerned about combining, assimilating, bringing together and the coalescing of people and things. For each of these artists the participation of the audience is essential.
Sunday, April 8, 2:00PM
The Peale Center - 225 Holliday Street - Baltimore, MD
For nearly 30 years before he entered the circus business, P.T. Barnum owned and managed Barnum’s American Museum in New York City. Featuring nearly 500,000 attractions, the American Museum was a museum, zoo, lecture hall, theater and treasure house of marvels of nature that served as a central site in the development of American popular culture.
Barnum loved nothing more than joining entertainment and education. Late in life, providing his own land, funds, collections and expertise, he conceived of his next and final museum project, the Barnum Institute of Science and History. Despite his investments, he did not live to see it completed, approving plans for the building’s construction only three weeks before his death on April 7, 1891. Costing some $85,000 to construct, the building opened on February 18, 1893 and has been part of downtown Bridgeport ever since. Today, building is known as simply the Barnum Museum, and is led by executive director Kathleen Maher. The museum is the leading authority on P.T. Barnum’s life and work, and contains more than 60,000 artifacts relating to Barnum, Bridgeport and 19th century America. The building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Kathleen Maher will talk about Barnum's museums, past, present, and future, and his enduring legacy of growing curiosity, creativity and confidence through instructive entertainment. More details...
Kathleen's talk will be livestreamed. Sign up to get details on how to see it online.
This talk is being presented in conjunction with HUMBUG: The Great P.T. Barnum Seance, now playing at The Peale Center. Book your tickets to see HUMBUG after the talk or at any time through April 20th.
Collective Presence - Artist Talk
MICA Shuttle to the event:
Bunting departure: 12:30 and 1:30 PM
Hamilton gallery departure: 2 and 3 PM
Through difficult conversations; listening with intention and integrity.
Access to (Y)OUR stories.
PUSH against. PUSH back. PUSH forward.
MFACA's POWER Speaker Series Event!
Location: 131 W North Ave, Baltimore, MD 212001
VISITING ARTIST LECTURE SERIES
Lisa Corrine Davis (Hoffberger)|04.10.18
10:30am - 12:00pm
Lazarus Auditorium (L 115)
Alicia Cheng & Sarah Gephart (Graphic Design, MFA) |04.13.18
3:30pm - 4:30pm
Brown Center (413)
MGMT. is a collaborative design studio based in Brooklyn, founded by Alicia Cheng and Sarah Gephart. The firm specializes in exhibition design, information design, publications, and websites. They are drawn to complex content that calls for intelligent and visually effective solutions. Clients have included The New York Times, GOOD Magazine, and Cook's Illustrated. (Co-Sponsorship by Post Baccalaureate Graphic Design, BFA Graphic Design)
University of Texas at Austin: The St. Elmo Residency.
You can send your students to this link for details about the residency and application instructions: https://art.utexas.edu/st-elmo Its a simple application and an exceptional opportunity.
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