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Honors Received by the MICA Community

This is an ongoing compilation of awards and honors given to students, faculty, staff and alumni. MICA community members are recognized among the highest ranks in their respective fields. If you have an item that should be added, please send it to news@mica.edu.
  1. 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.

  2. 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.

  3. Return on Imagination

    For recent fellowship and scholarship winners Patricia Fuentes ’17 (architectural design), Thomas Dahlberg ’15 (LeRoy E. Hoffberger School of Painting), and Kasey Jones ’14 (Community Arts), receiving financial support has opened up a world of opportunities for them to use their imagination to make a difference in the world.

  4. Global Appeal

    Emily Zuch ’08 (painting), "Ghost of a Tree" (detail), oil on canvas, 2013.

    Global Appeal

    MICA has not only been a top producer of Fulbright Fellows among specialty schools, but also attracts students from across the world who receive Fulbright Fellowships and choose to continue their study and research at the College.

  5. Station North, MICA and Partners Awarded NEA Our Town Grant for New Collaborative Project

    Participants work together in a BA+JP community forum.

    Station North, MICA and Partners Awarded NEA Our Town Grant for New Collaborative Project

    MICA and Station North Arts & Entertainment, Inc. have been awarded a $100,000 NEA grant for "Artists Within," an interdisciplinary project involving seven organizations based in and around Station North.

  6. MICA Faculty Member Carolyn Case ’97 Awarded Prestigious Residency

    Carolyn Case ’97, "Potion" (detail), oil on panel.

    MICA Faculty Member Carolyn Case ’97 Awarded Prestigious Residency

    MICA Foundation Department faculty member Carolyn Case ’97 receives prestigious VCCA residency.

  7. Alumnus Awarded Mary Sawyers Baker Prize

    Brent Crothers, "Beauty in the Fall” (detail), Photographed by Joseph Hyde.

    Alumnus Awarded Mary Sawyers Baker Prize

    Brent Crothers ’89 ’03 (sculpture, Rinehart School of Sculpture) is one of three winners of the 2014 Mary Sawyers Baker prize of $25,000.

  8. Maryland Salutes Lazarus

    (first row; left to right) Maryland Delegates Melvin L. Stukes, Keith E. Haynes, Frank M. Conaway, Jr., Mary L. Washington, Barbara A. Robinson, Maggie McIntosh and Jill P. Carter, and MICA President Fred Lazarus IV, and Delegates Shawn Z. Tarrant and Keiffer J. Mitchell, Jr.; (second row; left to right) Delegates Luke Clippinger, Curtis S. (Curt) Anderson, Nathaniel T. Oaks and Samuel I. Rosenberg, Speaker of the House of Delegates Michael E. Busch, and Delegate Cheryl D. Glenn.

    Maryland Salutes Lazarus

    MICA President Fred Lazarus IV continues to receive recognition through recent awards for his impact in the arts, higher education, and community engagement.

  9. Two MICA Students Chosen for American Illustration-American Photography Archive

    Nicholas Grinere, "King James" (LeBron James Portrait, detail), pen and Adobe Photoshop.

    Two MICA Students Chosen for American Illustration-American Photography Archive

    Nicholas Grinere's '14 (illustration) and Kirsty Hambrick’s (illustration) '15 pieces have been chosen by the American Illustration 33 Call For Entries competition to appear permanently online as part of The American Illustration-American Photography (AI-AP) Archive.

  10. MICA Students Selected for Scholarship Competition; Receive Cash Awards

    Leonard Peng '14, "Pilgrimage 1" (detail), digital and graphite.

    MICA Students Selected for Scholarship Competition; Receive Cash Awards

    The Society of Illustrators chooses 15 students for exhibition and cash award.