2018 Grad Picnic!!!!
Time: 6:00 - 9:00 pm.
Location: Cohen Plaza
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).
MICA Last Blast!!!!!
A Monumental Absence!
Thursday April 19th will be the premier of this unique performative public event. If you cannot make it, there will be a encore performance Saturday the 21st.
Thursday, April 19 at 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm
Saturday, April 21 at 4:00 pm to 6:00 pm
Power Series: Disability & Access within the Arts..
Location: 131 W North Ave, Baltimore, MD 212001
MFACA's POWER Speaker Series Event!
Location: 131 W North Ave, Baltimore, MD 212001
Through difficult conversations; listening with intention and integrity.
Access to (Y)OUR stories.
PUSH against. PUSH back. PUSH forward.
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.
Arlington Arts Center!
It would be greatly appreciated if you could post this on your website, and/or pass this along to faculty, students and alumni. Feel free to also post it to your website or add it into an alumni/student newsletter.
For more information about applying for this residency, please see our website here: https://arlingtonartscenter.org/residents/apply/
Artists can apply directly online through our website using this link: https://form.jotform.com/80285688560164
If you or any applicants have any questions, feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or (703) 248-6800
2018 - 2019 France-Merrick Fellowship Application is Open!
- $1500 stipend per semester
- Access to funding up to $1,000 for materials and supplies
- Access to funding for Professional Development Opportunities.
- Good academic standing, with a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0
- Good judicial standing
- Demonstrated a history of community-based involvement and leadership
- A strong desire to connect and engage MICA and the greater Baltimore communities
- An FMF applicant must have at least two semesters experience with community art programming or service based learning (through the CAS program or other independent engagement in the Baltimore community.)
Art of the ancient Americas at the Walters Art Museum, Baltimore - Internship!
Duties this summer may include:
--Resarching and cataloguing objects in the collection (you can see examples at art.thewalters.org) in preparation for an exhibition of ancient American art to be installed in October 2018, and for a broader re-installation in 2019
--Working on a symposium scheduled for December regarding the installation and display of pre-Columbian art, from the late 19th through early 21st centuries in the United States
--Outreach to the Creative Alliance to gather feedback on what kinds of programming people would like to see at the Walters.
--So, you'll get research, administrative, and public speaking experience, something to put on your resume, and likely a warm recommendation letter from me.
Because of the nature of the material, I am seeking someone who is at least proficient in written Spanish (to read sources), but if you have any interested members who speak an indigenous language of the Americas, that would be amazing.
The application is due April 21 and full information can be found here: https://thewalters.org/about/jobs/intern/ If people have questions, please have them email or call me.
email@example.com // (410) 547-9000 x272
Solo Art Fair - Unique opportunity for Artists - Sept. 27-30, 2018
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.