Friday 3/37 // MICA GRAD SHOW AFTER PARTY @ THE CROWN 7pm-9pm
Commencement Tickets Pickup (5 Max) March 30-April 3
@ Office of Graduate Studies
Beginning March 30th through April 3rd, Commencement Tickets will be available for pickup in the Office of Graduate Studies. Graduating students can receive a max of 5 tickets per person.
In order to pick up your Commencement tickets, you must complete:
1. Application for Graduation
2. Graduating Student Survey
Any tickets not picked up by 5pm on April 3rd will be made available for those students who requesting additional tickets and 1st year students wishing to attend the Graduate Commencement Ceremony. Additional tickets can be picked up the week of April 6th.
IF SOMEONE IN YOUR FAMILY NEEDS SPECIAL ACCOMMODATIONS FOR GRADUATION: Please contact Anne South to request accommodations for guests at Commencement. Accommodations may include: sign language interpreters, assistance with a wheelchair, and accessible seating for those with mobility needs.
Director, Office of Events
RECEPTION! Friday 3/27 5-7pm // 2nd Annual Imaginary Museum
Graphic Design, MFA
Curatorial Practice, MFA
Pinkard Gallery, Bunting Center
MICA GRAD SHOW 2015
Decker and Meyerhoff Galleries, Fox Building
Fred Lazarus IV Center: Sheila & Richard Riggs and Leidy Galleries
Fox Building, Fox 3 Gallery
The Market, 16 W. North Avenue
Friday, March 27, 5:00pm to 7:00pm
Marilyn Rodriguez-Behrle, Community Arts, MFA '16 Awarded the
2015-2016 Elizabeth "Libby" Bowerman ’82 Fellowship @ Keswick
Friday - Sunday 3/27-29 BMORE en Español Film Festival
Friday 3/27- Sunday 3/29
Lazarus Center Audioritum, L115
FREE all films contain English Subtitles
Bmore en Español Film Festival premieres on Friday 27, Saturday 28 and Sunday 29, 2015, in the auditorium of the Fred Lazarus IV Center.
Hosted by the Office of Diversity & Intercultural Development and organized by organized by Monica López-González, this festival is free and all films contain English subtitles.
VIEW THE FULL FILM SCHEDULE
Wednesday 4/1 // 2nd Annual Edible Book Festival
Decker Library, Bunting Center
Decker Library invites you to join the delicious fun and imagination of its Second Annual Edible Book Festival on Wednesday, April 1, 2014 from11 a.m. - 2 p.m., Pinkard Gallery, Bunting Center!
To qualify, entries "must be 'bookish' through the integration of text, literary inspiration or, quite simply, the form." All entries must be made out of something edible and reference books in some way, be it through the title, characters, author, cover/illustrations, etc.
Enter here, RSVP through FYI or Facebook and check out our website for more information.
Mark Your Calendar!
Friday 4/17-4/19 // Coding for Community: A Civic Hackathon
At the beginning of the event, participants will coalesce in ad hoc teams around projects that engage them and draw on their talents and experiences. Tickets are $5, and meals and snacks are provided. To register, visit goucher.edu/codingforcommunity.
Projects will be designed, built, and presented over the course of the weekend. Leaders from technology, sustainability, and regional cultural spaces will judge projects for the monetary prizes (first, $500; second, $200; third, $100), as well as provide feedback to all teams.
This event is sponsored by Goucher College’s graduate programs in Cultural Sustainability, Digital Arts, Environmental Studies, and Management. For more information, contact Michael Scott-Nelson, academic program director in the digital arts program, at 410-337-6464 or Michael.Scott-Nelson@goucher.edu.
ATTEND JOB TALKS: Graduate Studies Associate Dean Candidates
This position will have a focus on the academic aspects of the graduate programs, specifically, the shared curriculum in graduate studies for liberal arts, studio electives, international opportunities, and assessment, etc.
Monday, March 30
4.30 - 5.30pm, Lazarus Auditorium, Job Talk
5.30 - 6.30pm, Riggs Hallway, Reception
GRAD EX: Nicholena Moon - On View: March 11th - April 4th
CLOSING RECEPTION: Friday, 4/3 -- 6-8pm Gateway Building
Friday 4/3 // Power & Equity Forum
Friday, April 3, 3-5pm
Lazarus Center, room 109
Friday, May 1, 3-5pm - Lazarus Center, room 109
Power & Equity Forum at MICA invites you to join the discussion among undergraduate and graduate students, faculty, and staff to create a more inclusive campus at MICA. Our goals are to identify and make recommendations to inform a college-wide, multi-year initiative to promote a more equitable, diverse, and reflective place of learning at MICA.
You are invited to join us and contribute to advancing the conversation to make this institution more equitable and supportive of all its constituents.
Visiting Artist Lecture Series
CANCELLED-- Thursday 3/26 // Artist Lecture: J. Morgan Puett
Please stay tuned for more information.
Friday 3/27 // Artist In Residence: Nancy Princenthal
Lazarus Center Auditorium, L115
Nancy Princenthal is a New York-based critic and former senior editor of Art in America, where she continues to write regularly. She also contributes to Artforum and The New York Times, among other publications. An author of books and monographs, Princenthal is currently on the faculty of the School of Visual Arts, New York.
Sponsored by LeRoy E. Hoffberger School of Painting
Tuesday 3/31 // Out of This Planet: Conversations in Art and Science
Brown Center, Falvey Hall
As part of the Lazarus Artist in Residency, MICA will host a panel discussion with artistTomás Saraceno, astrophysicist Mario Livio, and former astronaut Marsha Ivins. Moderated by Luca Buvoli, artist and program director of MICA’s Mount Royal School of Art, the participants will share their discoveries and methods of exploring space and discuss their approaches to decoding its mysteries and speculating about its future. Our hope is that this cross-disciplinary dialogue will inspire new ways of thinking, making and imagining what is possible in the studio, in the lab, out of the studio, out of the lab and even perhaps out of this planet!
The Lazarus Artist in Residence Tomás Saraceno is sponsored by the Municipal Art Society. The Lazarus Artist in Residence is named for MICA President Emeritus Fred Lazarus IV.
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Thanks to the following for their generous support: Charles T. Bauer Charitable Foundation, McMillan Stewart Foundation, Maryland Governor’s Office on Service and Volunteerism, Open Society Foundations, the Baltimore Community Foundation, The Kresge Foundation, the President's Community Service Fund, Mary Catherine Bunting, and the France-Merrick Foundation.
Thursday 4/2 // Artist Lecture: William J. O’Brien
Main Building, Room 110
William J. O’Br ien’s multidisciplinary practice of painting, sculpture, drawing, and installation grows out of a personal, intuitive process, addressing the tension between order and chaos, weaving repetition and mantra into a fresh minimalistic practice. The Loyola University Chicago and School of the Art Institute of Chicago graduate has exhibited nationally, with work in several notable permanent collections.
Sponsored by: the Mixed Media Speaker Series.
Thursday 4/2 // Artist Survival Skills – Thriving as Your Authentic Self
Paul Rucker (Robert W. Deutsch Foundation Artist in Residence and Research Fellow)
6pm LECTURE with a reception with the artist to follow
Lazarus Center Auditorium L115
Jon Marshalik '13, LeRoy E. Hoffberger School of Painting, MFA
FREE RECALL @ Terrault Contemporary
DEADLINE: March 31st, 2015
Department descriptions can be found here and the application can be found here.
Call for applications: four-week summer residency
for LGBTQ emerging artists
Deadline: April 12, 2015
Art Market Productions
Deadline: June 15, 2015
provides support for American dance,
music, and theater ensembles and solo artists
Deadline: Friday, April 17, 2015
CALL FOR PAPERS!!
The Arts as White Property
Despite strong rhetoric to the contrary, arts in education scholars and practitioners havebeen remarkably silent regarding how dynamics of race and racial oppression manifest bothexplicitly and implicitly through the assumptions, practices, and frameworks that define the field.
Deadline: April 15, 2015