Artwork and curatorial projects by MICA alumni and faculty make headlines
Posted 03.31.12 by mica communications
Throughout March, MICA alumni and faculty made headlines in many national news outlets for their groundbreaking work and curatorial projects. Here are some of the highlights:
READ: Art in America writes that painting faculty member Jo Smail's paintings "continue to challenge the limits."
READ: Washington Post calls the yarn and embroidered paper work of Emily Barletta '03 (fiber) a "scene-stealer" at the Maryland Art Place's Sum of All Parts exhibition.
Gaia's mural in the Station North Arts & Entertainment District kicked off the Open Walls Baltimore project.