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2011-2012

2012 COMMENCEMENT EXHIBITION

Friday, May 11-Monday, May 14

The 2012 Commencement Exhibition highlights works by nearly 400 emerging artists in the undergraduate class of 2012. By transforming the College's permanent galleries, hallways, classrooms and open spaces into one expansive gallery space, each student is able to show a substantial body of work.  

Programs of study: animation; ceramics; drawing; environmental design; fiber; general fine arts; graphic design; illustration; interaction design and art; interdisciplinary sculpture; humanistic studies; painting; photography; printmaking; and video and film arts.
For full details for 2012 Commencement Exhibition and activities, see ArtWalk, Masters Benefit Art Sale, Exhibition Celebrate Commencement in May

Installation Shots, 2012 Commencement Exhibition, Meyerhoff Gallery

OFF THE RAILS: M.F.A. THESIS EXHIBITIONS

Friday, March 23-Sunday, April 29


Three exhibitions that feature thesis work from Master of Fine Arts candidates in MICA's M.F.A. in Graphic Design, Hoffberger School of Painting, Mount Royal School of Art, M.F.A. in Photographic & Electronic Media and Rinehart School of Sculpture.

 For full details for graduate exhibitions, see Graduate Students Mount Work This Spring

Off the Rails installation

BEZALEL ON TOUR

Friday, February 10 - Sunday, March 18, 2012

The Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design Jerusalem-Israel's oldest institute of higher education and a leading academy of art, design, and architecture-has put together an exhibition to celebrate its 105th anniversary, as well as to introduce some of Israel's emerging artists, providing a fresh and creative outlook on Israeli society. MICA is the frst U.S. venue of this touring exhibition, showcasing the best contemporary creations from Bezalel graduates of the last five years. Both institutions act as key players in the global artistic discourse and can celebrate their many graduates forging important crossroads throughout the international art world. This exhibition builds upon MICA's cultural partnership with Bezalel for many years, which has stemmed from semester abroad exchanges. 

For more details, see 

Israeli Exhibition, "Bezalel on Tour," Makes First U.S. Stop at MICA, Feb. 10-March 18   

 

Reut Rapaport Shaharabany, student work from Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design

UNDER COVER

Friday, January 27 - Sunday, March 11

This year, MICA's Exhibition Development Seminar (EDS) class, along with 11 artists, examines the continuously shifting definitions of shelter and privacy through the interdisciplinary group exhibition, Under Cover. Approximately 50 works of sculpture, photography and video explore how private dwellings and public spaces have begun to merge and how, as a result, concepts of and expectations for shelter, protection and privacy have been irrevocably altered. Featured artists: James Coupe, Jen Davis, Vin Grabill, Nate Larson and Marni Shindelman, Kelly Loudenberg, Mary Mattingly, Patrick McDonough, Anne Percoco, Keith Perelli, and Saul Robbins. For more details, see Exhibition Development Seminar Examines Modern-Day Privacy, Jan. 27-March 11.


 


jason.sloan

SIGNALto.NOISE

Friday, January 27  - Sunday, March 1, 2012

MICA hosts a solo exhibition by Interaction Design and Art (IxDA) faculty, Jason Sloan. Sloan is an electronic musician, composer, new.media, sound and net.work artist working from Baltimore,MD. His work explores the aspects of spirituality and it's connection in life, death, memory, religion and the virtual world. Through his performances, installations, audio environments, videos net.work actions and sound recordings, he examines the need for transcendence beyond the body through a vehicle of visual ritual and sonic stimulation.

 

 

In a system similar to composting, the works in the SIGNALto.NOISE series recycle a particular medium's inherent, undesirable sonic traits (cassettes hiss, radio static, digital music compression etc.) and presents them for consideration as the final work of art. For more details, see  SIGNALto.NOISE Explores "Undesirable Sonic Traits," Jan. 27-March 11

Signal To Noise: IEC Type II. C-90 Type II. cassette tape


THE COMMON OBJECT

 

Thursday, December 1 - Sunday, March 11

 


MICA and Zeuxis still life painters association present The Common Object, an exhibition of more than 60 paintings incorporating the everyday object of a dishtowel. The paintings in the exhibition, in the words of American author John Updike, "give the mundane its beautiful due." This traveling exhibition features paintings by 37 Zeuxis artists and guests, including former MICA students Richard Baker and Anthony Martino '76 (general fine arts), as well as faculty member Mark Karnes and prior faculty members Stanley Friedman and Sharon Yates. Additionally, a group of MICA students will display paintings around the theme. For more details, see MICA, Zeuxis Turn an Ordinary Object Into Extraordinary Art in "The Common Object," Dec. 1-Mar. 11  

 

 

Mark Karnes, Salt and Pepper, 2009, oil on board


 

2011 SABBATICAL EXHIBITION

Thursday, December 1 - Sunday, December 18                

The 2011 Sabbatical Exhibition will showcase the work of faculty members who took a semester away from MICA during the 2010/11 academic year to explore new themes, develop old ones, or collaborate with other artists and designers. 2011 Sabbatical Exhibition participants are:

Timothy App (Painting), Laurence Arcadias (Animation), Frances Barth (Mt Royal School of Art), Zlata Baum (MFA Studio), David East (Ceramics), Maren Hassinger (Rinehart School of Sculpture), Philip Koch (Drawing), Kevin Labadie (Painting), Eve Laramee (Interdisciplinary Sculpture), Ellen Lupton (MFA Graphic Design), Quentin Moseley (Printmaking), Jyung Mee Park (Foundation), Tony Shore (General Fine Art) and Kristine Woods (Fiber).

detail: Jyung Mee Park, Last Words, 2006-2007, glass

END TO END: WORKS BY YOUNGMI ORGAN 

    

     

Friday, November  18 - Sunday, December 18

Youngmi Song was born in Korea and studied traditional oriental painting since she was 15. She received her BFA at Chunnam University in Kwangju, Korea. In 1996, she came to United States of America for her studies. In 2002 she received her MFA at the Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore, Maryland. 

She currently teaches Sumi Ink Painting at the Maryland Institute College of Art. For more details, see

MICA Hosts "End to End" by Youngmi Song Organ '02, Nov. 18-Dec. 18

Youngmi Organ, Clouds 3, 2010, hair on mulberry paper

 

REGINA DELUISE: PHOTOGRAPHS FROM THE FIELD         

Friday, October 21-Sunday, November 13

Photographs from the Field, an exhibition of intimate photographs by faculty member Regina DeLuise,  will showcase more than 35 images made by DeLuise with an 8x10 large format camera while in India, Nepal, Italy and Bhutan. For more details, see MICA Hosts "Photographs from the Field" by Regina DeLuise, Oct. 21–Nov. 13         

Morandi Bottles


2011 JURIED UNDERGRADUATE EXHIBITION 

Wednesday, October 26-Sunday, November 20

Each year students send in approximately 200-300 submissions, due the day before the jurors' selection. This year's jurors are Doreen Bolger (Director, Baltimore Museum of Art) and  Philippa Hughes (Creator of the Pink Line Project) who can offer varying perspectives on art and exhibitions. They will choose work from a variety of disciplines based on artistic merit, creativity and vision, ending with the posted results for the exhibition.
           



FREDERIQUE MORREL and AARON LEVIN: FALL/FAIL  

 Friday, October 7-Wednesday, November 9  

Frederique Morrel, founded by Parisian couple Frédérique Morrel and Aaron Levin, is an artistic adventure designed to explore the realms of humanity's origins: Adam and Eve, the animals of the graden of Eden, and paradise lost using as raw material the disregarded, discarded, disliked popular tapestries that occupied generations of women in the long evening hours but ended up as rejects in the further corners of yard sales and thrift shops. Their creations have been re-made using vintage material discovered by themselves as well as friends. For more details, see  

 

MICA Hosts "Fall/Fail," A "Collapstrophic" Exhibition, Oct 7- Nov. 9

      

 

The Death of Bambi's Mother


2011 FACULTY EXHIBITION

Friday, September 16-Sunday, October 16

The Faculty Exhibition highlights the personal and professional work of the College's award-winning teaching staff. Participating faculty include: Inna Alesina, David Barringer, John Bevers, Ellen Burchenal, Robert Copskey, Alain Corbel, Regina DeLuise, Dan Dudrow, Nicole Fall,  Jenna Frye, Hiroe Hanazono, Ryan Hoover, Irna Jay, Mark Karnes, Glen Kessler, Trisha Kyner (in collaboration with David Friedheim), Nate Larson (in collaboration with Marni Shindelman), Warren Linn, Sangram Majumdar, Ken  Martin, Chris Metzger, John McNeil, Barry Nemett, Cara Ober, Kate O'Meara, Stephen Parlato, Paula Phillips, Valeska Populoh (in collaboration with Amelia Beiderwell), Jan Razauskas, Renée Rendine, Kim Roegnigk, Bill Schmidt, Jason Sloan,  Jo Smail, Joshua Wade Smith, Rex Stevens, Laurie Synder,  Tylden Street, Renee van der Stelt, Dominic Terlizzi,  Stelt, Karen Warshal, Susan Waters-Ellers, Michael Weiss, and Zbigniew Zukoswski.

Detail: 2011 Faculty Exhibition, Decker Gallery, Trisha Kyner and Warren Linn

PAUL EMMANUEL: TRANSITIONS

Thursday, September 8-Sunday, October 2

A touring solo exhibition by the South African, comprises a series of five "photographic" works which, when examined closely, are revealed to be sensitively hand drawn, photo -realist sequences of images. These film like progressions obsessively capture moments of five transitory stages in life. They depict unidentifiable male subjects of varying ages, sometimes in traditional institutions, like the military, as well as religious and secular institutions, which have shaped the way in which the male identity has been defined.  For more details, please see Internationally-Acclaimed "Paul Emmanuel: Transitions" Visits MICA, Sept. 8-Oct. 2

Detail: Paul Emmanuel, Transitions, original hand incised drawing on exposed photographic paper


FOUNDATION EXHIBITION

Friday, August 19-Sunday, September  11

Timed to coincide with arrival of the first-year students, MICA's Foundation Exhibition is one of the college's most highly regarded student shows. The exhibition featured work by rising sophomores made during the 2010/11 academic year. MICA's groundbreaking foundation program introduces all students to the fundamentals of visual arts, giving them a cornerstone upon which they can build their careers.

 

Detail: Lindsay Iredale, Unexpected Forrest Encounters, Paper Collage 


SCHOOL FOR PROFESSIONAL AND CONTINUING STUDIES (SPCS) STUDENT EXHIBITION

Thursday, August 4-Thursday, August 11

This exhibition is a glimpse into the work of students who expand their artmaking with classes in MICA's continuing studies program.  The exhibition includes drawing, painting, sculpture, graphic design, jewelry and ceramics.

 

M.A. ART EDUCATION

Monday, July 25-Friday, July 29

Featuring: Molly Campbell, Mark Halcott, Richard Kim, Emily Kruszynski, Leah Prischak and Lizanne Stafford.

M.A. COMMUNITY ARTS EXHIBITION

Monday, July 18- Saturday, July 30

 Featuring: Sarah Blosser, Shana Goetsch, Alexis Iammarino, Anne Kotleba, Tamara Payne and Jessica Wyatt.

 


MFA IN STUDIO ART THESIS EXHIBITION

Tuesday, June 28-Saturday, July 9

Featuring: Katya Chilingiri, Natalia González, Fritz Horstman, Cassandra Kapsos, Todd Keyser, Angela Lane, Juliana Parroni, Jassie Rios, Brooke Sturtevant-Sealover and Rebecca Zilinski

SECOND AND THIRD YEAR  MFA IN STUDIO ART EXHIBITION 

Thursday, June 30-Sunday, July 10