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Fiber Department Reunion

  1. Jonathan Williams at MICA and at Large

    Jonathan Williams at MICA and at Large

    The current Decker Library exhibit features works written by, published by, and about Jonathan Williams, a poet who was artist-in-residence at MICA in the late 1960s, including collaborative artists' publications he made with MICA faculty. The exhibit runs from January 6-30, 2015.

  2. MICA Alumni Recognized for Their Work in the Arts and Entertainment

    (left to right) “Broad City” co-creator and star Abbi Jacobson ’06 (general fine arts), exhibiting artist Jacolby Satterwhite ’08 (painting) and street artist Gaia ’11(interdisciplinary sculpture).

    MICA Alumni Recognized for Their Work in the Arts and Entertainment

    MICA alumni receive recent honors from New York Times and Forbes.

  3. January Off-Campus Events & Exhibitions

    Jim Condron ’04 (LeRoy E. Hoffberger School of Painting), “The trouble with postcult is that you lose your link to the fate of mankind” (detail), mixed media, 2014.

    January Off-Campus Events & Exhibitions

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

  4. MICA Students Gain Hands-On Experience as PNC Design Fellows

    (left to right) Kristian Bjørnard, faculty advisor, with PNC Design fellows Prescott Foland '15 (graphic design), Sheena Crawley '14 (Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in Graphic Design), Jen Doyle '15 (graphic design) and Nick Fogarty '16 (graphic design).

    MICA Students Gain Hands-On Experience as PNC Design Fellows

    Four MICA students selected as PNC Design Fellows collaborated with Baltimore nonprofits on design projects in summer 2014.

  5. Solidarity Through Art in Nicaragua

    Maria Gabriela Aldana '03, '06 (general fine arts, Community Arts) (far right) with students and artists during a past trip to Nicaragua.

    Solidarity Through Art in Nicaragua

    Summer 2014 marked the sixth trip to Nicaragua in Central America by MICA students traveling with Art of Solidarity, a community arts collaborative co-founded by Maria Gabriela Aldana '03, '06 (general fine arts, Community Arts) and Aleks Martray '04, '06 (painting, Community Arts).