MICA's MFA in Curatorial Practice prepares students to take a responsible approach to the expanding role curators play in creating a vibrant cultural life in the 21st century's global society. Designed to forge connections among art, artists, and the community, the program's collaborative and individual curatorial projects allow students to explore new methods of exhibition presentation-thinking outside of traditional models and training to create relevant, timely and accessible exhibitions for their audiences. This innovative graduate program is the first MFA in Curatorial Practice in the United States.
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Catherine Akins '13 accepted a position at City Arts located in Station North Art & Entertainment District as Resident Service Coordinator/Gallery Manager. Akins will facilitate programs relevant to the residents and support the efforts of Gallery CA, a space devoted to showcasing local, national, and international artists.
Deana Haggag '13 has been appointed the Director of The Contemporary, located in Baltimore. The nomadic arts museum was founded by Curatorial Practice Director George Ciscle in 1989. Haggag's appointment follows her tenure and thesis work at Gallery CA and MICA. George Ciscle
Meet the Director of the MFA in Curatorial Practice, George Ciscle.