REMINDER: MAEA Conference at MICA this Friday - Plan Accordingly
You will see a lot of unfamiliar faces throughout campus buildings, including Lazarus Center, Brown Center, Fox Building, and Bunting Center. We welcome the MAEA conference attendees as our guests, but please be reminded: don't prop open doors to secured spaces during the conference or at any time. If the doors are propped open, the space is no longer secure. Protect your belongings and those of your classmates by keeping locked doors closed when not in use. If you have questions about what spaces will be used, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Its a good idea to give yourself extra time to get around campus during the conference. This event should not impact MICA campus parking lots but could potentially impact street parking.
Please Visit MICA undergraduate exhibition in the Lazarus Center Riggs and Leidy Galleries!
SENIOR THESIS- DRW - GFA - PTG
October 9th - October 29th, 2017
Chinedu Felix Osuchuwku (MFAST '18) | 10.21.17
Amy Wetsch (Mt. Royal '19) featured in upcoming GradEx Solo Exhibition!
Location: Fred Lazarus IV Studio Center Hallway
131 West North Ave, Baltimore, MD 21201
On view: Fri. Oct. 27-Thu. Nov. 09
Opening: Fri. Oct 27 6:30-8:30
Linda Bill | Still Digging
Saturday, October 28, 2017
3:00p - 6:00p
1628 Bolton St., Baltimore MD
2:00-3:00 PM, Lazarus Center, L070
Every Thursday during the semester, 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm Led by Sukyun Weaver Launching this fall for anyone wanting extra reading support, participants can bring in readings and be guided through topics such as approaching dense texts, formulating discussion topics, mastering vocabulary, and making connections. Reading sessions will be held in Lazarus Room 070 every Thursday from 2 pm - 3 pm. These open drop-in sessions require no advanced registration. Designed for English Language Learners, these sessions are open to everyone. For more information or questions, please contact: Sukyun Weaver, English Language Learning Specialist, email@example.com.
1:00-3:00 PM, Lazarus Center, L070
North Avenue Knowledge Exchange Day
11/04/17 | 10am - 6pm *(Correction-Date Change)*
Saturday, November 4th, 2017, Station North Arts & Entertainment District will transform with the activity of nearly 50 workshops, all of which are FREE and open to the public. The day will be filled with classes covering Health & Wellness, Visual & Performing Arts, Social Justice & Advocacy, and Entrepreneurship & Professional Development. Venues include: Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA), The Baltimore Free School, Impact Hub, and the Ynot Lot, among others. Attendees will also enjoy assorted entertainment and plenty of opportunities to form meaningful connections. Join us by signing up for workshops at http://www.nakexchange.org/courses
VISITING ARTIST LECTURE SERIES
Shadra Strickland (ILP) | 10.19.17
(L 115) Lazarus Auditorium
Deroy Pedraza (GDMFA) | 10.20.17
Roya Shariat (GDMFA) | 10.20.17
Owen Andrews, Zion Douglass, Sheila Gaskins & Pablo Machioli | 10.24.17
MICA PLACE, 814 N. Collington Avenue
Baltimore, Maryland 21205
Join speakers for a community dialogue about these monuments and the removal process — examining the spaces where these monuments stood, gathering information about these sites and exploring future possibilities.
The POWER Speaker Series addresses the concept and reality of "power,” that which impacts us all — all over the world. This 20-week investigation provides a uniquely civil, yet aggressive investigation addressing a myriad of power-related topics, issues and perspectives. Hosted by the MFA in Community Arts (MFACA) at MICA PLACE, 814 North Collington Avenue in East Baltimore, everyone is welcome to contribute as part of this inclusive set of discussions.
Katie Rose Pipkin | 10.25.17
Open to the public
Floyd Norman | 10.27.17
Brown Center: Falvey Hall
Floyd Norman will teach a masterclass on story art at 4:30 p.m. in Falvey Hall, followed by a screening of the documentary and Q&A at 7:30 p.m.
Edward Shurbutt (MFAST '17)
Opening Night: October 20th| 7:00p-10p
University of North Carolina Asheville
Opening Reception: Lia Hazen, BFA Senior Exhibition (Drawing).
Friday, December 8, 6-8:00 p.m.
Asbury Shorts at Creative Alliance seeks Part-time Fundraiser
There is a paid opportunity for next year: Asbury Shorts USA is seeking someone to come aboard to help us pursue supporting financial sponsors for their screening in April 2018. Asbury Shorts will pay a 25% commission to anyone who secures a sponsorship or audience playbill ad page purchase. The commission is negotiable. Asbury Shorts USA provides the tools necessary to introduce the show to potential sponsors and advertisers including our 2018 "Sponsor/Advertiser" Rate Sheet. If interested in this opportunity please send a resume and (very) short cover letter to Samantha Mitchell at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Take a look at this link for more info about the program as it was presented last year: http://www.creativealliance.org/events/2017/36th-asbury-short-film-concert
This is a great opportunity to get experience in fundraising AND to get paid for it!
Harriet Hale Woolley Scholarship
Eligible candidates are graduate and post-graduate visual artists and musicians of exceptional talent who wish to pursue advanced artistic studies in Paris, France during the upcoming academic year.
The Harriet Hale Woolley Scholarship is a private grant awarded under the auspices of the Fondation des Etats-Unis. It offers its winners numerous advantages, including:
- A 10,000 € stipend (may vary subject to fund earnings) for the upcoming academic year
- A rent-controlled live-in artist atelier or music studio at the Fondation des Etats-Unis
- Access to on-site performance and exhibition facilities, including a private art gallery and a historically significant concert hall.