The first MFA of its kind in the country, MICA's MFA in Curatorial Practice prepares students to expand the role of curators in connecting art, artists, and communities--engaging audiences more effectively by developing relevant, timely, and accessible exhibitions in both traditional and non-traditional venues.

Curatorial Practice (MFA)

Congregate art + faith + community

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Curated by: MICA Curatorial Practice MFA '14
Graduate Studio Center: 131 W. North Ave

"CONGREGATE art + faith + community" is an exhibition and series of programs that creates shared experiences for faith-based congregations and artistic communities within the Station North Arts and Entertainment District. Curated by the Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA) Curatorial Practice MFA class of 2014, CONGREGATE establishes artist residencies within five places of worship and offers public programs in which members of each congregation can collaborate creatively. "CONGREGATE" creates a space in which artists and congregants can come together to develop a better understanding of one another-and allows spiritual sites to become active parts of the Station North arts community. The exhibition, which explores creative expressions developed at the intersection of art and spirituality, takes place Friday, Sept. 6-Sunday, Sept. 29, in the Sheila & Richard Riggs and Leidy galleries inside MICA's Graduate Studio Center (131 W. North Ave.).

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