Maryland Art Education Association Conference at MICA, 10/21
For more information about the conference, click HERE
Baltimore Design Week, 10/17 - 10/25
Metamorphoses Exhibition Opening, 10/25
Where: Baltimore Convention Center
- Dietmar Offenhuber
- Jessica Parris Westbrook and Adam Trowbridge
- Till Nagel and Christopher Pietsch
- Mark Stock
- Mike Richison
- Paul Heinicker
- Esteban Garcia Bravo, Maxwell Carlson, Aaron Zernack, and Jorge Garcia
- Yoon Chung Han and Shankar Tiwari
- François-Joseph Lapointe
- Mitch Goodwin and Clement Fay
- Tom Corby and Gavin Baily
- Duncan Clark, Robin Houston, and Tristan Smith
- Weili Shi
- Sebastian Lay, Jo Vermeulen, Charles Perin, Eric Donovan, Raimund Dachselt, and Sheelagh Carpendale.
- Brett Balogh
- Kristoffer Ørum, Anders Bojen, Marcin Ignac, David Gauthier, and RasmusErik Voel Jensen
- Bon Adriel Aseniero, Charles Perin, Marjan Eggermont, and Sheelagh Carpendale
- Jan-Erik Stange
- Catarina Maçãs and Penousal Machado
Finding Your First Job Alumni Panel, 10/25
Where: Main 110
If finding your first “real” job seems like a daunting task then this workshop is for you! Hear from a panel of recent alumni and learn how they landed their first jobs after graduation.
Ease your nerves with this unique opportunity to get the inside scoop direct from MICA alumni on their job searching adventures, including what steps they took, how interviews went, and what they wish they had known.
Be prepared to ask questions, and leave this session with inspiration and advice for your own job search!
Artist Alison Saar in Conversation with George Ciscle, 10/31
Career Development just for Grads!
MICA Grad Show 2016: "You Are Here" Opening 10/23
1137-1139 Harford Ave., Baltimore, MD 21202
Featuring site-specific murals and installations by: Gaia, Chris Metzger, Joyce Scott, Nicole Fall, Deb Jenson, Tiffany Small, Megan Lewis, and the New Edition Marching Band
You Are Here is a socially engaged public art project that maps the multicultural story of the historically overlooked African American neighborhoods of central East Baltimore, while proposing the eastward expansion of the Baltimore City Heritage Area map.
For more information, please contact: email@example.com
FLIV Workshop - Exhibition Displays, RSVP Required
Where: FLIV Wood Shop
This workshop is limited to 15 people, you must RSVP to attend. To RSVP, click HERE
VISITING ARTIST LECTURE SERIES
9:15-10:45 AM, Lazarus L006
Open to Graduate Students
Sponsored by Post Baccalaureate Fine Art
12:15-1:15 PM. Lazarus Auditorium
Open to Graduate Students
Sponsored by Illustration Practice, MFA
From Madagascar, to Fargo, Manhattan now Brooklyn, Richard Borge creates editorial and corporate advertising, illustration and animation/motion design from his home and studio. Well versed in visual consulting and creative direction, he focuses on the conceptual process.
8:00 - 10:00 PM, Falvey Hall
Open to Public
Sponsored by Film and MD Film Festival
The classic children’s book by Antoine de Saint-Exupery is widely loved with over 140 million copies in print. For director Mark Osborne’s adaptation, an over-scheduled girl befriends an eccentric aviator. He regales her with tales about the adventures of an unusual boy who lives on an asteroid. The film combines 3-D computer and stop-motion animation. Director Mark Osborne was nominated in 2010 for his short film MORE. He’s worked on the SpongeBob SquarePants TV series and co-directed the first Kung Fu Panda movie.
Ticket Information: Admission is free to Friends of the Festival, MICA and JHU Students, faculty and staff with ID; If available, tickets will be available the day of the screening; All others: $10 each
10:00 - 11:30 AM, Lazarus Auditorium
Open to Graduate Students
Sponsored by Leroy E Hoffberger School of Painting
4:00 PM, Lazarus Auditorium
Open to Graduate Students
Sponsored by Mt Royal School of Art, Critical Studies MA
Dario Robleto is an artist whose multifaceted practice links careful research with romantic earnestness and conceptual precision with unorthodox fabrication. His sculptures, prints and wall works combine esoteric materials and processes to explore forgotten, little-known, or as-yet unfamiliar corners of history, art, and science. Robleto has had over 30 solo exhibitions since 1997, at institutions including the Baltimore Museum of Art, the Denver Museum of Contemporary Art, The Contemporary Art Museum of American Art at Altria, and most recently the Menial Collection in Houston, TX. He has been a Research Fellow at the Smithsonian Museum of American History and is currently an artist-in-residence at the SETI Institute.
SHOUT-OUTS & FIST-BUMPS
Congrats to Andrew Paul Keiper & Kei Ito - Recipients of the 2016 Rubys Artist Project Grants
Shout-out to MICA Faculty Isaac German, Graphic Design
Christopher Batten is doing BIG things!
For more information about this program, click HERE
Congratulations Yu Chen, MFA '15
OPPORTUNITIES & OTHER NEWS
Wednesday, October 26th
Learn more about and apply for the “Fueling the Growth” UberPitch event happening in Baltimore on Wednesday, October 26th. The Refinery, an organization focused on accelerating the growth of early stage ventures, is looking for women-led tech companies to be part of a pitch competition and have partnered with Uber and the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation to bring you UberPITCH. Also, the event will be covered by NPR via podcast! Women-led tech companies will be riding in an Uber car on October 26 in Baltimore with an investor. It is a great opportunity that offers $120,000 in grant prizes, 1:1 meeting with an investor, showcase to room of investors and publicity from Uber and NPR. 20 semi-finalists will then showcase on November 16th to investors and pitch off to group of investors/mentors who will select them for finalists in Stamford, CT.
Here’s how it works:
- Submit an application for your company by October 20th.
- If selected, you will take a 10-15 minute Uber ride with a top investor on October 26 in one of the participating cities* to pitch your company and receive feedback.
- Investors will select semi-finalists to present at the “Fueling the Growth” pitch event in Stamford, CT on November 16. Finalists will present again that same night.
- The winners will get $120,000 in prize money and invaluable investor mentorship.
To be eligible, companies will:
- Have at least 1 woman in a leadership role.
- Utilize technology in their business (including technology-enabled healthcare and financial services companies).
- Demonstrate proven scalability with market fit.
- Be present in one of the participating cities* on October 26 for the UberPITCH car ride.
- Travel to Stamford, CT for the “Fueling the Growth” event at the Stamford Innovation Center on November 16.
Application to apply is here: http://therefineryct.com/fuelingthegrowth/uberpitch - If you decide to participate, please let me know.
Baker Artist Portfolio 2016-17 is now Open!
When are submissions due?
Nominations for the Mary Sawyers Baker Prize and b-grant awards close at 5:00PM on January 20, 2017.
Who is eligible to apply?
The Baker Artist Awards are open to artists who are at least 21 years old and have been, and are currently, a legal resident of the Baltimore region since October 1, 2015. The Baltimore region is defined as: Anne Arundel County, Baltimore City, Baltimore County, Carroll County, Harford County and Howard County. The Baker Artist Awards are intended for individual artists and groups of artists working as a collective. Artists working in any discipline are eligible to win. Organizations and venues are not eligible.
If you have any questions, you may email firstname.lastname@example.org
Call for Vendors: Baltimore Women’s Maker Collective, Due 10/31
The deadline to apply is Monday October 31, 2016.
For more information, click HERE
Call for Art, The Other Side of Justice, Due 11/4
Email email@example.com for the submission form.
Coming Up: Business Matters Conference, 11/5 - 11/6
To register for this event, CLICK HERE
Call for Artists: BOPA & Enoch Pratt Free Library, Applications Due 11/6
For more information, Click HERE