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  1. Baltimore Sun Stories Emphasize College's Commitment to Community Engagement

    MICA faculty member Sarah Doherty wants to project art onto a downtown building in the evenings.

    Baltimore Sun Stories Emphasize College's Commitment to Community Engagement

    The first, a front-page article on interdisciplinary sculpture faculty member Sarah Doherty, talks about a grant she just won and her goal to help revitalize Baltimore. The other, featured in the education special section, looks at how "Students embrace the community around them," interacting with the residents of Baltimore in a way they hope will improve the city and community relations. The author is impressed that advanced degrees are offered to engage the students and focuses on three degrees MICA offers: the new M.A. in Social Design, starting in fall 2011; and the M.A. and M.F.A. in Community Arts programs.

  2. Kristy Taylor Adds Expertise to New Office

    Kristy Taylor, program manager for MICA PLACE

    Kristy Taylor Adds Expertise to New Office

    Kristy Taylor joined the community engagement team as program manager for MICA PLACE this fall.

  3. MICA: Catalyst for Change

    MICA undergraduates paint a mural of Baltimore’s skyline with University of Baltimore students. It was ultimately displayed at Penn Station.

    MICA: Catalyst for Change

    Though MICA has always recognized its unique role in linking art, culture, and education, the Board of Trustees made it one of the College's priority initiatives a decade ago. Since that time, community and social engagement have taken on an intensity at MICA not duplicated elsewhere.

  4. MICA Offers Unique Civic Engagement and Graduate Programming in East Baltimore and Beyond

    MACA students work with community residents

    MICA Offers Unique Civic Engagement and Graduate Programming in East Baltimore and Beyond

    The College has renovated the former St. Wenceslaus School, 814 N. Collington Ave., into a year-round center for community arts and social design programs with apartments. Other coverage includes a mention in Diverse: Issues in Higher Education magazine for the new Office of Community Engagement.

  5. Art & Environmental Justice

    MFACA Alumna Kasey Jones produces community art project at Baltimore’s National Aquarium for World Oceans Day.