MICA's Community-Based Learning Program was piloted in Spring 2013. You can view some of our previous projects below.
Taught by faculty member Kyla Fullenwider, the Design for Change course partnered with the Mayor's Office of Economic & Neighborhood Development, the Downtown Partnership of Baltimore, and Lexington Market.
Taught by Hannah Brancato, Finding Baltimore is an introductory course to community art, Baltimore, and social justice work.
Taught by Monica Amor, Sites, Places and Monuments is a graduate seminar that explores complex issues of site specificity, memory, and monumentality in contemporary art.
Taught by ceramics faculty member Mathew Karas, In Situ students completed a gift exchange project where they developed their ability to research and engage with communities in a creative way.
Faculty members Jenna Frye, Jason Corace, and Jay Gould facilitated an independent study where students from multiple disciplines collaborated to create a sensory room for Dr. Bob's Place.