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Several Academic Programs Make News in April

Hot topics included social design, art and sustainability, art and technology, school partnerships with the MTA, animation work in the community, a Globe Poster collaboration and Station North

Posted 04.30.12 by MICA communications

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M.A. in Social Design Program

Several of MICA's academic programs grabbed the media's attention in April. Hot topics included social design, art and sustainability, art and technology, school partnerships with the MTA, animation work in the community, a Globe Poster collaboration and Station North Arts & Entertainment District.

Highlights of media stories covering MICA's academic programs include:

  • READ: Center for Design Practice and M.A. in Social Design in Design Ignites Change, Program Spotlight: Social Design at MICA
  • READ: Sustainability & Social Practice Concentration in Huffington Post, "Sustainability" Has Become a Growing Focus of Artists' (and Art Schools') Attention
  • READ: Interaction Design & Art and Ceramics in Capital News Service, Technology, Art Forge Vital Connection
  • WATCH: Words on Wheels on ABC2 TV, Words on Wheels Shows Talents of Local Students
  • READ: Animation in Patuxent Publishing, Jemicy School, MICA Team Up for 'Memory Tricks' Animation Project
  • READ: Globe Poster in City Paper, Trenton Doyle Hancock
  • READ: Graduate Programs in Studio Center in Baltimore Fishbowl, Station North: Is It Brooklyn Yet?