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Latest News Items

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  1. Faculty Member Jay Gould Explores Extreme Events at HEMI


    Photography faculty member Jay Gould is wrapping up his time as the first artist in residence at the Hopkins Extreme Materials Institute (HEMI), part of the HEMI/MICA Extreme Arts Program. The Extreme Arts Program was created to provide opportunities for MICA faculty and students to work with scientists and engineers to explore and interpret HEMI’s research in new ways.

  2. MICA Delivers Early Holiday Present to Elephants at National Zoo


    The holidays arrived a little early for Maharani, Swarna and Kamala – three of the six Asian elephants living at the Smithsonian's National Zoo – thanks to MICA students who recently gifted the herd with a new enrichment toy designed and built over the course of the Fall semester.

  3. MICA Faculty Member Leads Discovery of First Gamma-Ray Binary Outside the Milky Way


    An international team of researchers led by Dr. Robin Corbet, part-time faculty member in MICA's Humanistic Studies Department and astrophysicist at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland, has discovered the first gamma-ray binary in a galaxy other than our own using data from NASA's Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope and other facilities.

  4. Architectural Design Alumna Helping Reduce Tsunami Damage


    Akane Bessho '16 (Architectural Design B.F.A.) participated in a research project focused on the role seawalls and coastal forests play in reducing tsunami damage. The results of that work were published in the journal PLOS ONE on Aug. 10, and the recent MICA graduate, who is a native of Nagoya, Japan, is listed as one of the research paper's co-authors.

  5. a-b-c-d Thousands of eBooks Are Here


    The Decker Library has added a subscription eBook collection that consists of 100,000 plus titles, with over 1000 new titles added quarterly. All are accessible through the Library Catalog. One can also access, through the catalog, eBooks from other subscription databases, as well as open-source titles from the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Getty Publications Virtual Library.

  6. Connecting to Lumbee Heritage Through Art


    MFACA alumna Ashley Minner uses art as a tool to engage Native American youth in a structured, out-of-school, community-based arts program.

  7. Art, Environment & Urban Landscape


    Community artist Iandry Randriamandroso (MFACA 2009) designs and paints five murals of native Baltimore birds along the York Road corridor.

  8. Chicanismo Y Latinismo


    MA and MFA in Community Arts alumni and student from the Maryland Institute College of Art exhibit in Chicanismo Y Latinismo at the Creative Alliance in Baltimore, August 22-September 27, 2014.

  9. Art & Environmental Justice


    MFACA Alumna Kasey Jones produces community art project at Baltimore’s National Aquarium for World Oceans Day.

  10. MFA in Community Arts (MFACA) Programming in Haiti


    Ken Krafchek, Paula Phillips, Anne Kotleba, and Gracie Xavier traveled to Haiti to teach art curricula to high school through adult-aged students who are enrolled at the Jakmel Ekspresyon Community Arts Center. The team’s fast-track courses in monotype printmaking and bookmaking, digital photography and stenciling, and beginning drawing and collage correlated with the Center’s mission to provide professional certification and expanded work potential for those enrolled.

  11. MFA in Studio Art 2nd and 3rd year Exhibition


    Students in the second and third year of the four year M.F.A. in Studio Art program will display work in the Sheila & Richard Riggs and Leidy galleries.

  12. 2014 MFA in Studio Art Thesis Exhibition


    This exhibition features the work of the six graduating artists from the MFA in Studio Art (MFAST) Program on display from June 28 through July 12.

  13. MFA in Studio Art Faculty Exhibition


    MFA in Studio Art (MFAST) faculty mentors and facilitators will present their work in the Meyerhoff Gallery from June 28–July 12 in the Fox Building's Meyerhoff Gallery.

  14. Library Extends Hours Thru Semester's End


    The Decker Library will offer extended hours through the end of the Spring 2014 semester.

  15. Rick Lowe Lectures


    Artist and community activist, Rick Lowe, discusses Project Row Houses with MICA students on March 11, 2014.

  16. Paul Rucker’s Artist Residency Spotlights Social Injustice


    MICA’s Center for Race and Culture’s hosting of Robert W. Deutsch Foundation Artist-in-Residence and Research Fellow Paul Rucker through the 2013-2014 academic year is an example of the creative environment the College provides for artists from diverse backgrounds to collaborate.

  17. MFACA Alumna leads FORCE with its largest project to date


    MICA alumna and instructor Hannah Brancato '07 '11 (MACA, MFACA) is the co-founder and current director of "FORCE: Upsetting Rape Culture." Hannah and FORCE co-founder Rebecca Nagle '08 (fiber) will take on the organization’s largest project to date by raising awareness for rape and abuse survivors.

  18. MFACA First Year Show


    First year MFA in Community Arts students present work in the Fox 3 Gallery through March 2 with an opening reception on Fri Feb. 21 from 5-7pm.

  19. MA in Teaching Thesis Show 2014


    The Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) candidates exhibit a new body of work in the second installment of the 2014 MAT Thesis Exhibition.