Grad Studies Announcements
Friday, 9/19: Exhibitions Workshop Fox 3 Gallery
- Proper art handling.
- 2-D and 3-D artwork hanging problem-solving.
- Tech. equipment assistance.
Friday, 9/19, 3-4pm
Fox 3 Gallery
Fox Building, 3rd Floor
Thursday, 10/2: Opening Reception - Nature Indoors
More information at http://www.rawlingsconservatory.org/art-exhibit-nature-indoor/
Opening Reception October 2, 2014, 5:30-7:30 pm
Howard Peters Rawlings Conservatory
3100 Swann Drive
Friday, 10/3: Salon
Libby Bowerman Fellowship @ Keswick Awarded to Heather Kadsen
A year long residency, Keswick fellows use their art-making to make a positive impact on the lives of Keswick’s residents. The fellow will engage and support Keswick’s elder population to express their creativity through workshops and creative arts projects. Creative art classes at Keswick Multi Care, are held in the newly renovated Elizabeth “Libby” Bowerman Creative Arts Studio.
Elizabeth “Libby” Bowerman ’82, a graduate of MICA, served as CEO of Keswick Multi-Care Center for more than 12 years. She led Keswick through steady growth, unveiling new programs and facilities, spearheading renovations, expanding Keswick’s reach into Baltimore’s senior care community and advocating for the geriatric nursing profession. During her tenure, she raised Keswick’s profile and positioned the facility as a leader in senior health care and caregiver resources within the greater Baltimore region.
Please join us in congratulating Heather Kasden on her appointment and best wishes for a productive and successful fellowship year.
Sara Hill Wins LG Art of the Pixel Contest
Best of luck to Sara in the final round, where she will compete with the other eight participating art schools for the grand prize! The winner will be announced on Wednesday during the gala event in New York City.
Station North LED Art Board
Learn how to submit your work to HERE: http://ledbaltimore.com/artsubmissions/
Job Opportunity: EHS Open Studio Monitor Position
Interested graduate students can email Denelle Bowser, Environmental Health & Safety Manager, email@example.com
Job Opportunity: Grad Lab Tech Assistant Position
Experience in the following fields is a huge plus: large format printing, color management, video editing and capture equipment/programs, sound recording and editing equipment/programs, circuit design, AV checkout, 3D modeling programs, digital photography equipment/programs, and object orientated programming.
If you are interested send your resume to Patrick Hunt at firstname.lastname@example.org to set up a time to meet.
Thursday, 9/18: Grad Lab Workshop - Intro to Digital Printing
Instructor: Patrick Hunt
Thursday, 9/18: 7:30-10:30pm
Grad Lab, Lazarus Center, 5th Floor
Thursday, 9/18: Grad Lab Orientation
Attending new students will be added to the Lab's equipment checkout system and given space on/access to the Grad Lab Drobo. Don't know what a Drobo is? Come to the orientation and find out! Thursday, August 28th, 10-11am at the Grad Lab. Repeat sessions will be held Friday, August 29th from 10-11am and Wednesday, September 3rd from 2:30-3:30pm
Instructor: Patrick Hunt
Thursday, 9/18, 1-2pm
Grad Lab, Lazarus Center, 5th Floor
Wednesday, 9/24: How to Use LinkedIn Workshop
Wed, 9/24, 2:30-3:30 PM
Main 110, Main Building, 1st Floor
Wednesday, 9/24: Bento Box Entertainment Info Session
Join Sidney Clifton, Head Recruiter for Bento Box, for an info session regarding employment at this exciting company.Please RSVP to attend.
Wed, 9/24, 12:00-1:00 PM
Brown 320, Brown Center, 3rd Floor
Wednesday, 10/1: Documenting Your Work with Dan Meyers
Wed, 10/1, 2:15-3:45pm
Leake Hall Auditorium
Thursday, 10/16: Professional Development Opportunity - Entrepreneurship Day
Learn How to Start Your Own Business
The goals of the program are:
- to allow students to get a first-hand look at a technology and innovation center and its role in developing Baltimore-based companies
- to introduce our co-working space, incubator and accelerator to your team and students
- to build an understanding of the start-up life cycle and its challenges by allowing students to attend presentations by current companies, start-ups and entrepreneurs
- strengthen our relationships with universities' business schools, particularly those who have strong programs in entrepreneurship
To register, visit https://www.eventbrite.com/e/entrepreneurship-day-tickets-13049426185. Space is limited.
More Info at http://etcbaltimore.com/
Emerging Technology Centers
101 N Haven St, 3rd Floor
Baltimore, MD 21224
Visiting Artist Lecture Series
- James Siena, 10:30am, Lazarus Center Auditorium, Lazarus Center, 1st Floor - Sponsored by the LeRoy E. Hoffberger School of Painting
- Joan Gaither, 12:00 pm, MP211, MICA PLACE - Sponsored by the MFA in Community Arts
- Clifford Owens, 1:00pm, Lazarus Center Auditorium, Lazarus Center, 1st Floor - Sponsored by Rinehart School of Sculpture, with support from the Mount Royal School of Art
- Wayne Koestenbaum, 7:00pm, Lazarus Center Auditorium, Lazarus Center, 1st Floor - Sponsored by the MA in Critical Studies, with support from the Mount Royal School of Art
- Heidi Younger, 12:15pm, Lazarus Center Auditorium, Lazarus Center, 1st Floor - Sponsored by the MFA in Illustration Practice
- Box Brown, 12:15pm, Lazarus Center Auditorium, Lazarus Center, 1st Floor - Sponsored by the MFA in Illustration Practice
- Henry Taylor, 10:30am, Lazarus Center Auditorium, Lazarus Center, 1st Floor - Sponsored by the LeRoy E. Hoffberger School of Painting
- Haegue Yang, 1:30pm, Lazarus Center Auditorium, Lazarus Center, 1st Floor - Sponsored by the Mount Royal School of Art, with support from Rinehart School of Sculpture
- Miranda Lichtenstein, 7:00pm, L445, Lazarus Center, 4th Floor - Sponsored by Photographic and Electronic Media
Friday, 9/19: 21st Century Gonzo - Panel Discussion and Film Screening
Panelists include Richard Best, recent MICA Design Leadership graduate, and Founder and Visionary for Section.1; Ben Savage, Flying Dog Chief Marketing Officer; and Adam McGuiness, Creative Director and designer.
Stay For No Good Reason, the new Ralph Steadman documentary, with an introduction by Flying Dog CEO Jim Caruso, who will share personal stories about Hunter and Ralph, and how both men influence Jim and his company.
RSVP at https://21stcenturygonzo.eventbrite.com.
On Campus Interview Opportunity: Assistant Film Editor Full Time- NYC
If you are interested in interviewing for this opportunity, please visit:
To apply, curate a PDF portfolio for the interview, including your resume, a letter detailing your background an interests, and links to your reel or website. Links can be embedded in your PDF or can be provided in the 'Portfolio Website Link' portion of the application. Applications are due by 12 pm on Monday, September 22nd, 2014, and you will be notified if you have been selected for an interview the week of Sept 29th.
PLEASE VIEW THE FULL POSITION DESCRIPTION BEFORE SUBMITTING YOUR APPLICATION: Job no. 8297 on MICAnetwork.
Questions - Contact Career Development at 410-225-2420 or email@example.com.
Photography Gig - Wedding Photographer
Call for Entry: Main Street Arts Small Works Juried Competition
The first national juried exhibition at Main Street Arts will be an exhibition of small works (12" or less in any direction). Open to artists working in all media excluding video/sound and installation art. This exhibition is open to all U.S. residents at least 18 years of age. Download the prospectus here. Entry is currently open.
Jurors: Gallery director and staff
Awards: $1,000 in cash awards
Entry Deadline: Monday, September 22, 2014 at midnight
Notification: The week of October 6, 2014
Shipping/Delivery Dates: October 28–November 1, 2014
Exhibition Dates: November 6–December 27, 2014
Opening Reception: Saturday, November 8, 2014
More Info at:
Call For Artists - Magical Events: A Small Works Exhibition
The Seligmann Center welcomes submissions for its upcoming exhibition, Magical Events: A Small Works Exhibition, on view November 14-January 3. Artists are invited to submit two-dimensional and three-dimensional works of any medium. There is no width restriction, however works may not exceed 10” in height or depth, including frames and peripheral elements. The exhibition will be presented in two galleries on the Seligmann Center property: Seligmann’s Studio and Foyer Gallery, located in the converted barn and farmhouse.
ABOUT THE CENTER
The Seligmann Center is an artist-run center located on the 50-acre rural homestead of Swiss-American Surrealist Kurt Seligmann and his wife Arlette (Wildenstein Paraf) Seligmann. The Seligmann Center is committed to presenting readings, concerts, exhibitions, workshops, performances, and interdisciplinary works by emerging and established artists.
Artists may submit up to five images for consideration. All submissions must be accompanied by an image list with the title, medium, dimensions, date, and price of all works. Images should be formatted as jpegs, at 72 dpi, with maximum dimensions of ten inches. Selected artists are responsible for the delivery and if unsold, return of all work.
Entry fee: $25 for up to three submissions, $35 for four, $45 for five. Artists should pay the corresponding entry fee via PayPal and email completed applications to firstname.lastname@example.org. Visit kurtseligmann.org for the complete call.