Stories Highlight Gaming and Community Arts Programming
Posted 07.31.11 by MICA communications
Whether MICA students are experimenting with gaming illustrations or organizing a community arts festival, they have plenty of opportunities to learn and grow through real world projects. Three stories published in July highlighted this theme.
The New York Times included MICA's M.F.A. in Community Arts in a roundup about The Art of Community Engagement. The same writer expanded upon the NYT article in Huffington Post's New M.F.A. Programs Focus on Art in the Public Realm. Baltimore magazine featured MICA's impact on the state's gaming industry in Game Changers.
Image caption: Work by Natalie Tranelli '10 '11, a recent graduate of the M.F.A. in Community Arts program.