Wednesday, 10/8: Graduate Town Hall, 2:30pm, Lazarus Center
- ID Issues
- Access Issues
- Diversity Strategy
- Exhibition Space & Philosophy
Wednesday, 10/8, 2:30-4:30pm
Lazarus Center Auditorium
Lazarus Center, 1st Floor
MARK YOUR CALENDARS - Graduate Open Studio Night
Friday, 10/10: "Beyond The Line" Closing Reception
Beyond The Line, a show Sponsored by Grad Ex
On View now through October 10 at the Great White Wall.
Kei Ito, Ricardo Nunez, Quinann Zhou
Friday, 10/10, 6-8pm
Great White Wall, Gateway Building
Graduate Research Development Grant Proposals Deadline: Monday, 10/13, 9 am
Proposals should be emailed to email@example.com with a SUBJECT LINE: Graduate Research Development Grant Application_LASTNAME - no later than 9AM on the following due dates. No late applications will be accepted. Deadline: Monday, October 13, 2014 - 9:00 am
Assemble a single PDF Portfolio that includes the following: (1) page proposal, (1) page budget and any supporting materials as needed to support your application (letters of invitation or acceptance from the sponsoring organization or institution, images, itineraries, etc.
Proposals should explain how these funds will contribute to the advancement of new work including a summary of the project’s purpose, relevance to the field, and a description of how this experience will enhance your development as an artist, performer, designer or scholar. Applicants should indicate whether they have obtained matching funds or are currently applying for additional funds from the College or elsewhere.
Title your single PDF Portfolio with your last name, first initial, GRDG, and date of submission as follows: Smith_J_GRDG_July14.pdf.
Friday, 10/10: FASQA 7th Annual National Coming Out Day Reception
- At the National Coming Out Day reception, FASQA and MIQA would like to provide a list of faculty and staff that identify as an out member of the LGBTQIAP community. If you identify as an out faculty/staff at MICA, please fill out this form.
- Safe Zone Training - Safe Zone covers a broad range of topics including the coming out process, terminology, and trans issues. If you are interested in participating, please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org. Safe Zone Training schedule: mica.edu/lgbtq.
- Spread the word about the FASQA Award application to students who are involved with LGBTQIAP efforts (two $500 prizes will be awarded). For more information and to download the application, please visit mica.edu/lgbtq.
Art Market - Register to sell your work (Deadline: 10/10)
Questions about how Art Market works come to the informational meeting on Wednesday October 1st, from 3-4 in Brown 320
Register online starting on Wednesday, October 8th at 12:30 pm. Registration will close on Friday October 10th at 4:30 PM. The Art Market is limited to 275 artist vendors. After registering you will get an email confirming that we have received your information. On Wednesday October 15 you will get another email confirming either your participation or placement on the waitlist. Visitmica.edu/Events_and_Exhibitions/Art_Market to register.
For more information, or to register feel free to check our page on the MICA website, or email us email@example.com with any questions you may have!
Wednesday, 10/8: Walk the Talk: My So-Called Double Life, Balancing Your Studio Practice While Paying the Bills
Wed, 10/8, 2:30-3:30pm
Leake Hall Auditorium, Founders Green
STUDIO MIXX: Paul Rucker Workshops/Lectures
10/22, 8:30- 9:30am Collaboration – How and Why?
Public art commissions and fabrication
10/29, 8:30-9:30am Art, Activism and Community Engagement
Wednesday Mornings at 8:30am
Leake Hall Auditorium, Founders Green
Thursday, 10/9: Grad Lab Workshop - Shoot Your Work
Instructor: John McNeil
Thurs, 10/9, 7:30-10:30pm
Grad Lab, 5th floor Lazarus Center
Wednesday 10/15: Walk the Talk: Careers for Good, Art and Design Careers with a Social Impact
Wed, 10/15, 2:30pm - 3:30pm
Brown Center, 320
Thursday 10/16: Grad Lab Workshop - Video Editing
Instructor: Duncan Hill
Thurs, 10/16, 7:30-10:30pm
Grad Lab, 5th floor Lazarus Center
Visiting Artist Lecture Series
- Joyce Hesselberth & David Plunkert, 12:15pm, Lazarus Center Auditorium, Lazarus Center, 1st Floor - Sponsored by Illustration Practice
- Bobbi MacDonald & Mike Chalupa, 5:00pm, Lazarus Center Auditorium, Lazarus Center, 1st Floor - Sponsored by the MA in Teaching
Educational Reformers Bobbi MacDonald and Mike Chalupa are planning a highly interactive workshop focused on developing learning environments that value students of any ability, age, family structure, gender, gender identity, race, religion, sexual orientation, and socioeconomic status in this high-stakes, high pressure culture in education today. Come and join in an engaging and reflective discussion about educational reform, social justice, and, most importantly, honoring the needs of all learners in all settings.
- Carrie Gundersdorg, 12:00pm, Lazarus Center Room 006, Lazarus Center- Sponsored by Post Baccalaureate Fine Arts
- Marcos Chin, 12:15pm, Lazarus Center Auditorium, Lazarus Center, 1st Floor- Sponsored by MA Illustration Practice
- Dr. Mike Youngblood, 12:00-1:00pm, Lazarus Center Room 170, Lazarus Center- Sponsored by MA Social Design
Mike Youngblood is a cultural anthropologist working at the nexus of social science and business innovation. His work is focused on solving significant design challenges through new solutions that create real value for clients, target audiences, and society. Mike joined gravitytank, an innovation consultancy in Chicago and San Francisco, in 2013, where he is an associate partner and co-head of the research team.
RSVP via Facebook.
- Mari Garner, 9:00-10:00am, MICA Place 211- Sponsored by MA Community Arts
- Barry Schwabsky, 10:00am, Lazarus Center Auditorium, Lazarus Center, 1st Floor- Sponsored by the LeRoy E. Hoffberger School of Painting
- Dawn Clements, Framing the Immediate Present and Other Impossibilities, 1:30pm Lazarus Center Auditorium, Lazarus Center, 1st Floor- Sponsored by the Mount Royal School of Art
- Dolores Zinny, 10:00-11:00am, Lazarus Center Room G 15, Lazarus Center- Sponsored by Rinehart School of Sculpture, and Mount Royal School of Art
- White Lady Teacher: Engaging with Race and Class in Schools, 5:00-7:00pm, Lazarus Center Room 160, Lazarus Center- Sponsored by MA Art Teaching
High School Art and Design teacher from the Baltimore Design School, Rebecca Belleville, will provoke a dialogue about race, privilege, and relationships when teaching children from cultures other than your own. We hope you will join this discussion to share personal experiences, learn from others, and engage with developing possible considerations for educators and students.
Opportunities & Things to Do
New Grant Opportunities - Social Change
- Artist As Activist (Rauschenberg Foundation)
Letter of Interest due Oct 13:
- Artists Engaging in Social Change (Sundra Foundation)
Application due Nov 12.
Informational webinar on Oct 21.
Graffiti & The Egyptian Revolution: A Talk with Egyptian Street Artists & Revolutionaries
Join Egyptian artists Hady Kamar and Ganzeer for a talk on the role of street art in the lead-up to the 2011 Egyptian rveolution, as well as its role during and after the initial revolt. Ganzeer's work is featured in the book "Walls of Freedom: Street Art of the Egyptian Revolution," which we carry in the store.
Fri 10/10, 7:30pm
Red Emma's Bookstore
30 W. North Avenue, Baltimore
New Projects from OluShola Cole (Mt. Royal School of Art '15)
I'm so very super excited to announce that I'll be teaming up with GeoMorphic Tank - a kick butt and collaborative team made up of New Haven based visual artists Debbie Hesse and Rashmi Talpade. We'll be working with GMT's newest project Sway.Shift. I'll be doing installation performance and hosting movement and sound workshops at the opening reception of Sway.Shift at SCA Gallery in Alberquerque, New Mexico.
Please take a few minutes to look at our site and consider supporting our wonderful page. I'm very proud of all the work we have done to get this off the ground. Debbie, Rashmi and I (aka Team GMT) are very much looking forward to going there on a fully funded campaign and thank you for your support!