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  1. a-b-c-d Thousands of eBooks Are Here

    a-b-c-d Thousands of eBooks Are Here

    02.23.15

    The Decker Library has added a subscription eBook collection that consists of 100,000 plus titles, with over 1000 new titles added quarterly. All are accessible through the Library Catalog. One can also access, through the catalog, eBooks from other subscription databases, as well as open-source titles from the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Getty Publications Virtual Library.

  2. "Maren Hassinger...Dreaming" Retrospective at Spellman College Museum of Fine Art

    "Maren Hassinger...Dreaming" Retrospective at Spellman College

    02.12.15

    For more than four decades Maren Hassinger, a sculptor, performance artist, and the Director of the Rinehart School of Sculpture, MFA at the MICA, has created work that examines the tenuous relationship between nature and industrialism. The Spellman College Museum of Fine Art in Atlanta, Georgia will organize and present the original exhibition Maren Hassinger . . . Dreaming.

  3. Stacey Salazar Wins 2015 National Art Education Manuel Barkan Award

    Stacey Salazar Wins 2015 National Art Education Manuel Barkan Award

    02.05.15

    Stacey Salazar, Ed.D. (Program Director, Art Education, MA) was awarded the 2015 National Art Education Manuel Barkan award for her article, Studio Interior: Investigating Undergraduate Studio Art Teaching and Learning, published in the Autumn 2013 issue of Studies in Art Education: A Journal of Issues and Research. Stacey Salazar will present the Barkan Award Lecture at the NAEA conference in New Orleans on March 27, 2015. Salazar's Barkan lecture, A Portrait of the Artists as Young Adults Moving Forward, is based on emerging findings from a longitudinal study exploring the ways in which creative practices nurtured in art college translate into real life situations for four recent graduates.

  4. Leslie King-Hammond: MICA Icon Has Worked to Make Culture Accessible to All Races

    Leslie King-Hammond, P.h.D., MICA's graduate dean emerita and founding director of the Center for Race and Culture (photo by Bruce Weller).

    Leslie King-Hammond: MICA Icon Has Worked to Make Culture Accessible to All Races

    01.01.15

    It is hard to have a serious conversation about the intersection of visual arts and racial identity without somehow invoking the name of Leslie King-Hammond, PhD.

  5. Alumna Jackie Littman featured on USA Today

    12.12.14

    Graphic Design MFA, Graduate Thesis, USA Today, MICA Alunmi