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MFACA alumna Ashley Minner uses art as a tool to engage Native American youth in a structured, out-of-school, community-based arts program.
MFACA Alumna Kasey Jones produces community art project at Baltimore’s National Aquarium for World Oceans Day.
Ken Krafchek, Paula Phillips, Anne Kotleba, and Gracie Xavier traveled to Haiti to teach art curricula to high school through adult-aged students who are enrolled at the Jakmel Ekspresyon Community Arts Center. The team’s fast-track courses in monotype printmaking and bookmaking, digital photography and stenciling, and beginning drawing and collage correlated with the Center’s mission to provide professional certification and expanded work potential for those enrolled.
Students in the second and third year of the four year M.F.A. in Studio Art program will display work in the Sheila & Richard Riggs and Leidy galleries.
This exhibition features the work of the six graduating artists from the MFA in Studio Art (MFAST) Program on display from June 28 through July 12.
Artist and community activist, Rick Lowe, discusses Project Row Houses with MICA students on March 11, 2014.
MICA alumna and instructor Hannah Brancato '07 '11 (MACA, MFACA) is the co-founder and current director of "FORCE: Upsetting Rape Culture." Hannah and FORCE co-founder Rebecca Nagle '08 (fiber) will take on the organization’s largest project to date by raising awareness for rape and abuse survivors.
First year MFA in Community Arts students present work in the Fox 3 Gallery through March 2 with an opening reception on Fri Feb. 21 from 5-7pm.
The Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) candidates exhibit a new body of work in the second installment of the 2014 MAT Thesis Exhibition.
Vegas Seven Magazine highlights MFA in Community Arts graduate Denise Duarte in its Intriguing People of 2014 feature
Ken Krafchek and Fletcher Mackey join MICA faculty members in discussing the critique process in Beyond Critique: Different Ways of Talking About Art.
Denise Duarte '13 (MFACA) returns to Nevada to oversee the upkeep of existing public art and public art education in Clark County.
Sarah McCann, a graduate of the MA in Community Arts program at MICA, has been approved by the Trustees of the Board of Directors at Baltimore Clayworks as the new Executive Director.
Mesa-Bains will be lecturing on the connection between the artist, the museum and the community in a changing demographic diversity. Using examples from her own work and the work of peers, she will explore the concept of engagement for the artist. The Lecture will be held in the Graduate Studio Center Auditorium on Tuesday, Nov. 12 from 6–9 p.m.
The Center for Art Education presents The Juried Undergraduate Art Education Exhibition, on view in the Fox 2nd Floor Gallery, October 8-13, 2013.
Twenty-eight graduating students from the M.F.A. in Community Arts, the M.F.A. in Graphic Design and the M.F.A. in Illustration Practice will exhibit work.
Timothy App: The Aesthetics of Precision, Forty-Five Years of Painting at the American University Museum pays tribute to Timothy App’s complex exploration of abstract painting, as well as his contribution to the larger art historical narrative. Timothy App: The Aesthetics of Precision, Forty-Five Years of Works on Paper at Goya Contemporary reveals his process of discovery through drawing, providing a unique glance at the artist's technical and formal development.
BFA/MA in Teaching Faculty member, Katie Morris, will host the first session at a professional development workshop focused on printmaking on Saturday, April 13th at Salisbury University.
Floating World, an installation by MFAST alumnus and faculty member Billy Friebele, can be seen at Artisphere in Arlington, Virginia from March 6th to March 31st, 2013. The installation recreates the experience of cloud gazing inside of Artisphere and explores our relationship with the natural and virtual worlds.