MAAE & MFAST MLK Weekend Winter Intensive Session
In preparation for your visit, the Office of Graduate Studies is coordinating with your program directors to make your extended weekend the most productive. Please visit the Winter Session 2015 page, for updated class schedules by program, student resources, and tips to help your time on campus run smoothly.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the Office of Graduate Studies for assistance. Call us at 410.225.5274, or email email@example.com.
Lazarus Center Hallway Construction
ID Access Issues?
You can stop by the Graduate Office to report any problems, or email Cristina Gonçalves at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Alternately, call Campus Safety directly at 410-225-2355 for help with your ID.
Graduating MFA Student Fellowships Applications
Online applications for MICA fellowships will not go live until Spring.
- Walters Traveling Fellowship (Open to ALL Graduating MFA students)
- Toby Devan Lewis Fellowship
- St. Mary's College of Maryland - MICA - Artist House Teaching Fellow Residency
- MFA Fellowship Studio @ the Bromo Seltzer Tower (Open to Graduating MFA students)
For more information on each fellowship, past winners and proposals, and qualifications, visit the Graduate Competitive Fellowships page.
MICA Grads at FJORD Space in Philadelphia
January 9th, 7pm-10pm
2419 Frankford Ave, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 19125
MICA GRAD SHOW 2015: TEACHING, MA (Show # 1 of 3)
Intersectionalities Workshop Series, Spring 2015
In response to local and national events that (we believe) represent the beginnings of cultural/social/civil shifts taking place in our country and on our campus, Graduate Studies would like to provide the graduate community a supported space and time to process and respond to this changing context.
Kalima Young, Project Coordinator for the Office of Community Engagement's Baltimore Art + Justice Project, will lead a series of discussions focusing on:
Intersectionalities Workshops: Spring 2015 Schedule
Friday, January 23, 3-5pm
Friday, February 13, 3-5pm
Friday, March 13, 3-5pm
Friday, April 10, 3-5pm
All workshops meet in Room L 109, Lazarus Center, 1st Floor.
GRAD LAB: Restricted Roles
In case you missed the first round of Grad Lab workshops that are required to checkout some equipment here is your chance to get access to the Restricted Roles. Roles covered will include Strobes, Panasonic HD, Medium Format SLRs, LED lights and Z7Us.
A Full list of Spring 2015 classes can be found on the Graduate Research Lab Schedule of Classes page.
Grad Lab, Lazarus Center,
Open Call Submissions for SPARE: AN ACCESSIBLE JOURNAL OF LEISURE
Here is to a leisurely 2015.
May your days be filled with spare time for all the hobbies, pastimes, and side projects you have not yet found the chance to realize.
And don't forget, the deadline for Issue 1 submissions on the theme of “Seeking” is February 1, 2015. Please email submissions to email@example.com
SPARE is produced by Christopher Attenborough and Kristian Bjørnard. The theme for issue two is “Patience.” More information forthcoming.
New Sculpture Garden Call for Entries
Spatial Conversations: Mike McConnell and Janet Olney
Meg Hitchcock: New Works with Tim Horjus: New Paintings
In Meg Hitchcock’s text drawings she examines and dissects the word of God. Hitchcock deconstructs a sacred text by cutting its individual letters, and reassemble them to form a passage from another holy book. The Koran is transformed into the Bible, the Bible into the Bhagavad Gita, and so on. She discourages a literal reading of the text by eliminating punctuation and spacing; a sentence from one text sometimes merges with a passage from another.
By bringing together the sacred writings of diverse religions, she undermines their authority and speaks to the common thread that weaves through all scripture.
Saturday, January 10 from 6-8pm
216 West Read St, Baltimore, Maryland 21201