In sharing our experiences through our art, we share our personal identities, raise the consciousness of our viewers, and allow the community to realize the commonality of our experiences. This inevitably builds a sense of community. The Office of Diversity and Intercultural Development is seeking quality work from students, faculty and staff that explores the subject of identity either as an idea of prominence or as an underlying aspect of their work.
|Fall 2015 Exhibitions|
|The Politics of My Body||October 8, 2015 - October 16, 2015||Main Building, lower level|
|Spring 2016 Exhibitions|
|Faithfully Yours||February 20, 2016 - March 10, 2016||Brown Center, 2nd floor|
|April 8, 2016 - April 19, 2016||Mt. Royal Station, 1st floor|
An exhibition exploring culture, identity, and privilege.
Pride and Sexuality
An annual exhibition featuring work from students, faculty and staff that represents their definitions, expressions, and interpretations of Pride and Sexuality.
An exhibition that highlights the MICA community's interpretation of ability and disability through artwork and discussions.
An exhibition and dialogue on the subject of faith and spirituality in MICA's community. In spring 2012, our sprirituality exhibition was Intersections: Spirituality & Art. Artwork explored the Intersections between Faith, Doubt and Belief Systems as they are experienced in Religion, Secularism, and Spirituality. The conversation examined the positives and negatives of Religion, Spirituality, and Self-Awareness, and the impact they have on artists and their work.