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Community Engagement News

  1. Curating Possibilities

    Terry Squyres, Board President (left), and Deana Haggag ’13, Director. Photo by Patrick Fava.

    Curating Possibilities

    "Juxtapositions" explores Deana Haggag's '13 (Curatorial Practice) new role as director of Baltimore-based museum, The Contemporary.

  2. Creative Time Summit comes to MICA and to the Library

    Creative Time Summit comes to MICA and to the Library

    To complement the Creative Time Summit that is live-streaming at MICA on October 25-26, 2013, the Library is providing reading lists and has materials available for check out.

  3. Visiting Experts Speak at MICA in November, December

    Pepón Osorio, Lolo, pin, digital image, Plexiglas, and slippers, 2008. (Photo by Catherine Serrano)

    Visiting Experts Speak at MICA in November, December

    MICA brings regional, national and international artists and historians to the College to discuss their work, life and career experiences.

  4. Artists, Designers, Collectors and Political Activists Speak at MICA in September, October

    David Humphrey '77, "What Steve Saw," acrylic on canvas, 2011.

    Artists, Designers, Collectors and Political Activists Speak at MICA in September, October

    This fall, MICA brings regional, national and international artists, historians and more to the College to discuss their work, life and career experiences.

  5. MICA-Funded Grants Set Community Projects into Motion

    A few of the families and volunteers who participated in "Family Portraits: East Baltimore."

    MICA-Funded Grants Set Community Projects into Motion

    One of MICA’s greatest strengths is the College’s ability to make an impact on the surrounding community through the work of students, faculty, and staff. One way to ensure projects continue to make a difference is through grants offered by various MICA offices.

  6. MICA's Community Involvement Makes News in May 2012

    The Gateway, Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore

    MICA's Community Involvement Makes News in May 2012

    MICA is recognized for community engagement, public exhibitions and partnerships.

  7. MICA, Jemicy School Develop Fun Videos Through Educational Animation Project

    MICA animation major Olivia Huynh helps as the Jemicy girls try animating the paper puppets using a digital SLR Camera and Dragonframe stop-motion software. One of the goals of this project is to empower the girls to learn animation technology. (photo: Susan Walston)

    MICA, Jemicy School Develop Fun Videos Through Educational Animation Project

    Eight 5th grade students from the Jemicy School have teamed up with eight students from MICA to develop short animated films focusing on memory tricks that facilitate learning.

  8. MICA's Art Education Impact Spread Around the World

    Natalie Tranelli '10 '11 and Anne Kotleba’s '12 photography project in Azerbaijan in action (photo taken by Ken Krafchek '95)

    MICA's Art Education Impact Spread Around the World

    Though MICA’s roots are in Baltimore, members of the MICA art education community are spreading seeds of art-based empowerment across the world.

  9. Artists Inspired by Appalachia

    Aaron McIntosh, "Bedroom Buddies," 2010.

    Artists Inspired by Appalachia

    Staff member and MICA alumna Rachel Sitkin ’02 is a landscape painter who was inspired to begin exploring industrial, residential, and agricultural geometries after reading Alan Weisman’s The World Without Us, a novel that explores the idea of how our planet would respond without the presence of humans. After researching the region, she applied for a small grant to travel to West Virginia to see the mines firsthand.

  10. Illustrated Poetry Showcased on Baltimore Buses, Light Rail Trains

    Text by Maria Aranda-Lopez, illustration and design by Lisa Perrin.

    Illustrated Poetry Showcased on Baltimore Buses, Light Rail Trains

    MICA, Maryland Transit Administration (MTA) and Baltimore City Public Schools (BCPS) present the launch of the 13th annual Words on Wheels transit poster project.