Last Week to Register for Welcome (Back!) to Baltimore!
Thursday, September 14, 2017
6:00 - 8:00 pm
Event remarks at 6:45pm
University of Maryland, Baltimore
621 W. Lombard St. (Southern Management Corporation Campus Center)
Mix and mingle over beer, wine, and Baltimore-inspired bites.
Meet other graduate students, learn about B-more, play games, and maybe take home a Charm City raffle prize!
Register by Tuesday, September 12 at https://welcomebacktobaltimore2017.eventbrite.com
Just $10 for food, drinks, and fun! Parking is free.
Additional information can be found on the Baltimore Collegetown website.
Join Welcome (Back!) to Baltimore on Facebook!
Questions? Email Madison at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sept 15, 7pm, Salsa Night, ABOX in Leake Hall
40th Annual Korean Festival | 09.16.17
This event is FREE ADMISSION.
Departure from MICA 11 a.m.
Arriving at Centennial park 11:30 a.m.
Departure from MICA 2:00 p.m.
Arriving at Centennial park 2:30 p.m.
First Departure from Centennial Park 2:30 p.m.
Arriving at MICA 3:00 p.m.
Last departure from Centennial Park 6:30 p.m.
Arriving at MICA 7:00 p.m.
Sept 18, 7pm Type Nite, Falvey Hall at MICA.
Fall 2017 Lecture Series | September- November
May Sun | 09.18.17
Rinehart BBQ | 09.23.17
Grad Lab Workshop: Video Capture | Thursday 09.14.17
**If you would like to checkout the Grad Lab's HD, UHD, and 4K video cameras you must attend this workshop
Location: Grad lab from 7:30-10:30pm
Color Darkroom 101 | 09.23.17
2017 Workshops with MICA's Visiting Engineer, Paul Mirel | September - October
Location: In the dFab Studio in MICA's Station Building
Sponsored by MICA's Office of Graduate Studies
You can attend any of these hands-on workshops. You can attend as many as you like or just one. There are no prerequisites. The workshops are not sequential. You can also bring in-progress projects with you to work on. There is no charge for the workshops.
Saturday, September 23 – 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm – Introduction to Electronics: Control and Power
Learn about and use electronics components in simple circuits. Learn to plan your circuits so that they work, and how to build them so they work reliably.
5:00 pm – 6:00 pm – circuit play time and consultation with Paul
Saturday, September 30 – 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm – Arduino: Control and Automation
Learn to control an Arduino**. Use an Arduino to control motion using a servo motor, and to read from reality using a simple sensor. Automate a system, from input, to processing, to output.
5:00 pm – 6:00 pm – Arduino play time and consultation with Paul
Saturday, October 7 – 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm – LED and Neopixel Extravaganza
Ooh! Pretty Colors! Ooh! Flashing Patterns! Seriously, how much voltage? Even more seriously, how much current? Learn how to choose LED lighting components, how to control Neopixel programmable three-color LEDs, and how to design and implement automated lighting patterns.
5:00 pm – 6:00 pm – LED and Neopixel play time and consultation with Paul
RSVP to Paul Mirel <email@example.com>
* Read a profile of Paul in MICA's Magazine, Commotion
** What is an Arduino? A baby computer that can accept signals from the world and manipulate objects to interact with the world.
Deana Haggag: President and CEO of United States Artists
Click here to check it out
Graduates of the MA in Critical Studies 2016.
Hambleton authored the entry of fellow MICA graduate, Christie Hayden.
Click here to check it out
The Podcast "Beyond the Studio" features Michelle Gomez
Click here to check it out.
OPPORTUNITIES & OTHER NEWS
Faculty openings in graphic design, University of Akron | Deadline 10.01.17
Visual Designer Interns, Yext, Washington DC.
San Francisco-based Freelancers Needed
Sandra Maxa and Mark Sanders
ICA Baltimore promotes the professional growth of early career artists through studio visits and solo artist exhibitions and is a home for the ICA's roaming artist exhibitions, projects, and installations.
Click here for website.
For more information on MICA’s Parking Policies please click here
7X $500! Graduate Research Development Grants
Please contact Drew Lundholm in the Graduate Office if you have any questions about the process or would like to discuss a proposal idea before submitting.
Graduate Studies will no longer be running a grant cycle during the summer. However, we have increased the number of awarded grants from 5 to 7 for both the Fall and Spring Cycles.
Graduate Orientation Survey Fall 2017
CLICK HERE to complete the survey
2017 New for Graduate Students: Drop-In Writing Activities & Consultations!
Drop-in writing activities & consultation hours for September & October:
Want to find out what you're thinking?
Need help finding words to describe your work?
Want someone to think carefully about the words you're using in your work?
Want to think differently, more playfully, about writing?
Miss creative writing?
Need a listener?