Ladies Get Paid Presents: Gender Inequities & Salary Negotiations
Money is power. It's self-worth. It's value. It's also really uncomfortable to talk about. Guest speaker, Claire Wasserman, is founder of Ladies Get Paid, a career development organization that provides resources, education and community to help women advocate their value and discover professional & leadership opportunities. Attend this interactive workshop that addresses gender inequities, and concrete advice on how to negotiate for what you are worth. All are welcome.
Claire Wasserman is a community builder more an advocate for women in the workplace. She is the founder and CEO of Ladies Get Paid, an organization that provides education to help women advance in their careers. After one year, LGP has grown to more than 10,000 people worldwide.
She is also a career coach and frequent writer and speaker, specializing in salary negotiation. Prior to LGP, Claire was the Director of Marketing of Working Not Working, a curated network of creative professionals.
Grad Art Sale Focus Group - We Want Your Feedback!
Where: Graduate Office Conference Room (L 118)
Graduate Studies is planning this year's Grad Art Sale and we would like to hear your opinions and ideas. If you'd like to participate in a focus group this Friday, please contact Cristina Gonçalves firstname.lastname@example.org.
Healthy and Safe: How can design help us build systems that work for everyone?
Time: 6:00pm - 7:30 pm
Location: Motor House Showroom Cafe
The event is free and open to the public.
From the MICA Center for Social Design, Mike Weikert will introduce the role of social designers in systems. Ashley Eberhart will introduce a recently launched healthcare project that explores how to keep patients healthy and safe by improving communication between all caregivers, from family members to clinical teams. Next, Smile Indias will discuss her ongoing work, a design-driven approach to supporting and building trust between Baltimore neighborhoods and Baltimore Police. Our speakers will share their human-centered design process, speak candidly about the challenges of community-engaged work on entrenched systemic injustices, and welcome active engagement, ideas, and stories from the audience.
"Because The Night": Hosted by Diana Chu
From February 7th — May 2nd, 2018.
13 episodes of spoken word, poetry, & music integrate to invoke the wisdom of Patti Smith, Jim Morrison, MLK Jr. and more. Each week aims to combat the drudgery, baseless hate and negativity occupying our digital channels. Stay woke! Look alive! Fill your ears!
Listen live! Or hear recent episodes here.
MFACA's POWER Speaker Series Event!
Location: 814 North Collington Ave, Baltimore, MD 21205
The MICA Materials Library Presents:
Call for Entries - February 2nd through February 16th
Email email@example.com for submission form and more info
Exhibition will take place in March 2018
*scale of works may be limited - smaller works less than 1x1x1ft. are ideal (larger works will be considered)
VISITING ARTIST LECTURE SERIES
Art @ Noon: “Re-thinking Difference and Desire: Surrealism, Nature, and Victorian Photography”
The speaker will be Jo Briggs, Associate Curator of Eighteenth- and Nineteenth-Century Art at the Walters Art Museum.
"It is a different nature which speaks to the camera than speaks to the eye,” Walter Benjamin, A Short History of Photography
Taking this quotation from Benjamin as a starting point can difference and desire in Victorian photography be imagined in a new way? Perception and reception, similarity and difference, agency and authorship came into question as the Victorians confronted the way that photography revealed nature’s ability to make signs. This talk explores how themes of metamorphosis and transformation were central to the reception of daguerreotypes of the natural world, qualities later explore by the Surrealists.
Rachel Beckman (ILP) | 2.12.18
12:15pm – 1:00pm
Lazarus Auditorium (L 115)
Rachel beckman is an interdisciplinary artist working primarily in textiles and illustration. She is a former board member of the Charm City Craft Mafia and the Co-Founder and former host of Baltimore Ladies Draw. She currently works out of her home studio in Baltimore, MD. This Lunchtime Lecture is sponsored by MICA's MFA in Illustration Practice.
Matey Levenstein (Hoff) | 2.13.18
10:30am – 12:00pm
(L 115) Lazarus Auditorium
Description:Matvey Levenstein (b. 1960) Associated with the emergence of interest among artists in representational painting in the 1990s, Matvey Levenstein lives and works in New York City. He has exhibited widely at museums and galleries in the US and Italy. He is the recipient of the Rome Prize Fellowship, as well as awards from the Penny McCall Foundation and the Marie Walsh Sharpe Art Foundation. He currently teaches Fine Arts and Art History in the BFA program at the School of Visual Arts. He has also taught at the Pratt Institute, The Cooper Union, Yale University School of Art, New York University, Rhode Island School of Design, Tyler School of Art, Princeton University, and was a Visiting Critic in the School of the Arts at Columbia University. He has been represented by Galleria Lorcan O’Neill in Rome since 2006.
Doug Thomas (Graphic Design, MFA) | 2.13.18
7:00pm – 8:15pm
Description:Type Family: 4 Design Authors @MICA Tuesday, February 13, 7:00pm MICA Falvey Hall Ellen Lupton will be joined by Doug Thomas, Sandra Maxa, and Mark Sanders to share the best ideas and weirdest insights from their latest books. Discover how storytelling makes the stuff around us more engaging. Geek out about the world’s most influential typeface — and it’s not Helvetica! Sample the secret sauce of communication for page and screen. Ellen Lupton, director, MFA Graphic Design: Design Is Storytelling Doug Thomas, MFA Graphic Design ‘16: Never Use Futura Sandra Maxa, director of MICA’s new MA in Graphic Design and Mark Sanders, faculty: Typographic Design: Form and Communication, 7th Edition Presented by MICA Graduate Studies and Office of Research
Anna Cutler | 2.26.18
At 6:00 pm, Monday, February 26th, Anna will lecture and then there will be time for questions and discussion. The lecture is free and open to the public in MICA's Lazarus Center Auditorium. Please join us, invite others and spread the word.
Here is a short introductory video: http://www.tate.org.uk/context-comment/video/learning-tate
Here is a longer one: https://vimeo.com/153705820
Anna Cutler is Director of Learning at Tate. Over the last 30 years, she has worked in education and cultural settings at a local, national and international level. Her purpose has been to explore and improve educational interventions in a range of cultural and cross-disciplinary arts environments. She is known for her innovative experiments in practice and the building of new theoretical perspectives. She aims to generate high-quality educational provision that is rooted in research, and is committed to positive, long-term change that is profound, sustainable and inclusive. Anna believes in transformational leadership and partnership working practices that are based on trust, generosity and respect. In September 2016, she initiated Tate Exchange, an ongoing program of events developed by artists, practitioners, the public and associates, both within and beyond the arts sector, aimed at building a dialogue around art, society, and the wider issues facing us today.
Allan McCollum's| 2.20.18
Allan McCollum’s work intertwines conceptual art and modernist painting, addressing the uniqueness of the artwork and the institutions and communities that display them. Since the late 70s he has become especially well known for his series, Surrogate Paintings. Starting in the 90s, strategies of repetition and combinatory systems have e become part of his vocabulary. McCollum has been the subject of over 100 solo exhibitions at institutions including Artists Space, New York (1979–80); Portikus, Frankfurt (1988); Van Abbemuseum, Eindhoven, Netherlands (1989); Denver Art Museum (1990); Musée d'art moderne de Lille Métropole, Villeneuve d'Ascq, France (1998); and Musée d'art moderne et contemporain, Geneva (2006). His work was included in the 1988 and 2012 Venice Biennale and in the São Paulo Biennial (2008). McCollum has produced numerous public art projects in the United States and Europe. His works are in over seventy art museum collections worldwide, including MoMA, the Metropolitan Museum, the Guggenheim Museum, and the Whitney Museum (New York), the National Gallery (Washington DC), and the Museum of Contemporary Art (Chicago).
Grad Lab Workshop- Intro To VR
7:30-10:30 PM, Lazarus Center, 5th floor
The Grad lab VR Workshop will introduce students to the VR Hardware that the Grad Lab has to offer. This will include discussing the available computer platforms that can support our VR hardware and additionally how to setup and use the Lab’s equipment. We will also examine some popular workflows for creating VR Content and consider how to implement them in the Lab.
Alumni are recognized in AIGA’s annual Flux Awards!
Katja Fluekiger, GDMFA '18
Ze Wang, GDMFA '18
Exhibit your photographs in Remington Row!
Exhibits run between 6 weeks to 3 months and photographers receive 80% commission on sales. Pieces must be framed in either black, white, or silver edged, frames or flush mounted; and be ready to hang.
If you are interested in showing your photography at Balance, please complete our form. We are currently looking for 4-5 photographers to show for the upcoming year.