MICA Artists Participate in Many Off-Campus Shows
Posted 02.21.11 by The Center for Art Education
Members of the M.F.A. in Studio Art community have their work showcased in exhibitions through out the world.
This project explores the health of the Chesapeake Bay
On view Feb. 1-April 15, 2011 (Artist Talk: April 14, 4:30-7 p.m.)
University of Maryland Baltimore, 621 W. Lombard St., Campus Center, 2nd floor
Solo show of Eileen Wold '10 (M.F.A. in Studio Art)
The Baltimore Sun, City's Best
In Response is a site-specific exhibition aimed at bringing our attention to the overlooked aspects that exist within the space of the Stamp Gallery and University of Maryland. Works by artists Julie Benoit, Elena Volkova, Nicole Herbert and Leah Cooper will highlight what the eyes and ears have edited out; subtle shifts of natural light passing through space, ambient sounds, cracks on the wall and architectural details emphasizing the beauty of what already exists but has been ignored.
On View Jan. 24-Feb 25
Stamp Gallery, Adele H. Stamp Student Union, University of Maryland
Julie Benoit '10 (M.F.A. in Studio Art), Nicole Herbert '09 (M.F.A. in Studio Art),
Leah Cooper '09 (M.F.A. in Studio Art), and
Elena Volkova '07 (M.F.A. in Studio Art)
BROOKLYN, NEW YORK
Impermanent Fixtures, an exhibition conceived and created by Megan Biddle, Emily Harris and Beatrice
Wolert, highlights work by three artists who work fluently through sculpture, drawing, installation and video to create objects and images, which find potential in everyday materials and inspiration in naturally occurring phenomena. The works in Impermanent Fixtures hint at different levels of unseen performance suggesting that the forms will continue evolving, eroding, and multiplying
On view Feb. 2-Feb. 27
A.I.R. Gallery, 111 Front St. #228
Emily Harris '13 (M.F.A. in Studio Art)
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