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05.19.14

MICA students prepare for the College’s 165th Commencement (photo by Kim Llerena ’12).

MICA students prepare for the College’s 165th Commencement (photo by Kim Llerena ’12).

Commencement Speakers Give Guidance to the Class of 2014

More than 600 students received degrees and certificates at the College's 165th Commencement, where James Turrell and Fred Wilson spoke to Undergraduate and Graduate Classes of 2014, respectively.

  1. May-Summer 2014 Juxtapositions

    MICA President Fred Lazarus IV and wife Jonna Lazarus in the Legacy Society Fund-dedicated entrance in the historic Main Building.

    May-Summer 2014 Juxtapositions

    05.01.14

    Take a peek inside the latest issue of "Juxtapositions" and check out expanded content.

  2. MICA Names Samuel Hoi as Next President

    Samuel Hoi to Become Next President.

    MICA Names Samuel Hoi as Next President

    02.10.14

    The MICA Board of Trustees today announced Samuel Hoi as the next president in the College’s 188-year history, effective July 1, 2014. Hoi is currently president of Otis College of Art and Design, in Los Angeles. He will succeed President Fred Lazarus IV, who will step down after a 36-year presidential tenure that is the longest in Maryland today. Hoi’s appointment follows a unanimous vote by the board.

Other MICA News

  1. July Off-Campus Events & Exhibitions

    "Trevis Race Car," from "Salvatore Scarpitta: Traveler" exhibition.

    July Off-Campus Events & Exhibitions

    07.01.14

    MICA community members have work showcased in exhibitions throughout the country and world.

  2. MICA Welcomes the Baltimore Jewelry Center

    MICA Welcomes the Baltimore Jewelry Center

    06.09.14

    The center, led by the same community of talented artists who created the MICA Jewelry Center in 1993, is an educational nonprofit building a vibrant creative community for the study and practice of metalworking for new and established artists.