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Office of Research News

Latest News Items

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  1. Malcolm Rio Presents Reseach at Architectures, Natures, & Data: The Politics of Environments Conference

    07.26.17

    Malcolm Rio (MICA AICAD Teaching Fellow) and artist Aaron Tobey presented "Bias by Design: The limits of sustainability and citizenship in Smart Cities" at the conference Architectures, Natures, & Data: The Politics of Environments hosted by the Estonian Academy of Arts, April 20-23, 2017.

  2. Lauren Frances Adams' Centennial of the Everyday at Gadsby's Tavern

    07.05.17

    Lauren Frances Adams (Faculty, Painting) and Stewart Watson stage Site-Specific Exhibition at Gadsby's Tavern

  3. Office of Research Open House on Wednesday, March 31

    03.25.10

    The Research Open House provides the community an opportunity to visit and view the activities and programs of MICA’s research centers--namely, the Center for Design Thinking, Center for Design Practice, Center for Race and Culture and the Dolphin Press & Print. Pizza and soda will be served.

  4. John Peacock in Otranto, Italy

    05.25.09

    John Peacock, Professor of Language, Literature and Culture, has been selected Visiting Critic in Residence for the BAU Institute in Otranto, Italy

  5. embodying energy

    05.24.09

    Hugh Pocock, faculty in Foundation, General Fine Arts, and Video and Film Arts at MICA, opened his new solo exhibition, My Food My Poop, at the Contemporary Museum in Baltimore on May 21, 2009.

  6. The Culture of Design

    02.27.09

    MICA faculty, Peter Chomowicz and Bernard Canniffe, last summer embarked on an intriguing experiment in design enabling intercultural dialogue in Dubai

  7. Material Muse

    02.27.09

    The notion of what constitutes ‘material’ for an artist or designer is constantly shifting insofar as any creative person is likely to continuously explore and exploit ‘new’ materials. MICA's Smart Textiles Research Lab engages an interdisciplinary team of students in experimenting with smart textiles and fibers