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Faces of Donors

  1. David Inscore ’95 & Gregory Foertsch ’95

    The bucolic Baltimore suburb of Hunt Valley is home to a diverse collection of computer game companies whose innovative and dynamic products have helped push gaming to a new level. MICA’s presence is a big reason why these firms chose to set up shop on the East Coast—and MICA alumni are a major asset for these companies.

  2. Giselle Lewis-Archibald ’05 ’07

    Giselle Lewis-Archibald ’05, ’07 became active in MICA’s student community the minute she stepped on campus, and her involvement at MICA continues today. She serves on the national Alumni Council and is the Council’s liaison with the Board of Trustees’ Committee on Student Affairs.

  3. Gregg Lhotsky ’86

    As an agent and partner of the firm Bernstein & Andriulli and an instructor at the International Center of Photography in New York, Gregg Lhotsky ’86 is actively involved in shaping the careers of young artists.

  4. Jim Burger ’82

    Growing up in western Pennsylvania, a successful future wasn’t a sure thing for Jim Burger ’82. “There were very few prospects where I grew up,” he explained. “Sometimes I shudder to think how close I came to becoming a coal miner, or working behind myfather’s bar. Fortunately, back then ‘the Institute’ would take a chance on a kid like me. I enrolled, was accepted, and I thrived there.”

  5. Diana & David ’61 Jacobs

    David Jacobs ’61 studied painting at MICA, but switched to writing about arts soon after graduation, publishing 10 books, many magazine articles, and numerous short stories.

  6. Harriet ’67 and Phil Klein

    Phil Klein’s more than 40-year involvement with MICA began when his wife, Harriet was working towards her degree in painting here. The couple gave their first gift toMICA soon after her graduation.

  7. Lenore Tawney H’92

    In fall of 2006, approximately a year before the artist’s death at the age of 100, MICA learned that the internationally renowned fiber artist Lenore Tawney H’92 was making a $25,000 gift to create a scholarship in fiber at the College.

  8. Jacob & Hilda Blaustein Foundation

    According to Betsy Ringel, Director of the Jacob and Hilda Blaustein Foundation, MICA’s Plan for the 21st Century brought its master of arts in community arts (MACA) program to the Foundation’s attention.

  9. Mike Molla and MICA's Operations Staff

    Mike Molla, Vice President for Operations, believes in setting a good example. He hasbeen giving to the Annual Fund since he joined MICA’s staff, the last three years at the leadership level. He also encourages all of the staff in his division to participate in theAnnual Fund—letting them know that even if you can only give $1 per paycheck, yoursupport of the College is valued and important.

  10. Abby Sangiamo

    For the Sangiamo family, giving to MICA is a family affair that spans three generations.Long-time faculty member Albert “Abby” Sangiamo and his wife, Irma, created the Santa Farinella Sangiamo Scholarship in 1996 in memory of Abby’s mother, and later created a scholarship named for his father.