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04.01.15

An Ebola treatment unit by a team from the Emergency Ebola Design Challenge, where Architectural and Environmental Design Department faculty member and architect Timmy Aziz was the lead in constructing the model.

An Ebola treatment unit by a team from the Emergency Ebola Design Challenge, where Architectural and Environmental Design Department faculty member and architect Timmy Aziz was the lead in constructing the model.

April-May-Summer Juxtapositions 2015

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

  1. Film and Video Chair Nadia Hironaka Awarded Guggenheim Fellowship

    Film and Video Chair Nadia Hironaka.

    Film and Video Chair Nadia Hironaka Awarded Guggenheim Fellowship

    08.14.15

    Hironaka shares her thoughts on winning the fellowship along with her collaborator Matthew Suib, the impact of current events on their work and her newest role in the Film and Video program.

  2. Television Host and Political Commentator Melissa Harris-Perry Headlines Free Constitution Day Symposium, Sept. 17

    Melissa Harris-Perry (photo credit: Ken Bennett, Wake Forest University).

    Television Host Melissa Harris-Perry Headlines Constitution Day, Sept. 17

    08.12.15

    Panel discussion on structural racism in America also includes ACLU of Pennsylvania’s Reggie Shuford and artist Titus Kaphar.

  3. MICA's "Intersection" Exhibition Connects the Past and Present of Popular Baltimore Thoroughfares

    Ada Pinkston '13 (Community Arts M.F.A.), "This Bridge Called My Back or the never-ending labor of creating space to move past the isms" (detail), painted fabric, broom, paper, charcoal, book, projection, and live performer, 2015.

    Intersection Exhibition Connects the Past and Present of Popular Baltimore Thoroughfares

    08.07.15

    Exhibition explores historical, present-day and future development of North Avenue and Charles Street, Sept. 1–20.

  4. MICA Community Members Lend Their Expertise to a Triumphant Story

    “Oyler” is a documentary produced and directed by Amy Scott, in association with American Public Media’s Marketplace (photo by Glenn Hartong; © 2015 Broken Top Productions, LLC. All rights reserved).

    MICA Community Members Lend Their Expertise to a Triumphant Story

    06.26.15

    MICA community members lend their expertise to documentary film "Oyler."

Other MICA News

  1. MICA Graduates Cap Year of Growth and Challenge at Commencement Ceremonies

    MICA Undergraduate Commencement prep, 2015.

    MICA Graduates Cap Year of Growth and Challenge at Commencement Ceremonies

    05.18.15

    MICA undergraduate and graduate students of the class of 2015 conclude their time at the College at celebratory Commencement ceremonies.

  2. Rick Lowe Uses Art to Rebuild Challenged Communities

    Rick Lowe Uses Art to Rebuild Challenged Communities

    05.06.15

    Commencement Speaker Rick Lowe Uses Art to Rebuild Challenged Communities.