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Academic/Major-Related Organizations

GIF Club

This club is designed to teach students who are eager to make animated GIFs. We also plan on holding exhibitions for these animated GIFs so that students can apply this experience to their resumes.


The Graduate Exhibitions Committee, also known as GradEx, would like to expand the opportunities MICA graduate students have to showcase their work. GradEx is a student run organization that facilitates learning experiences through the curation and exhibition of art and design. 

Illustration Club

Our vision: To create a family for the MICA Illustration Club department by connecting MICA students studying Illustration, providing materials and opportunities for them, and creating an open and collaborative environment. We are dedicated to changing the Illustration student experience, students of all levels are welcome to join us for social events, student panels, juried exhibitions, and more!

MICA Curating Collective

The MICA Curating Collective is a student-led organization that founds 1-2 large scale exhibitions of student work per semester. The Curating Collective will provide it's members with experience in the areas of curation and exhibition design, a field that many MICA students choose to pursue after graduation. Through workshops, lectures, studio, museum and gallery visits, the Curating Collective seeks to provide a new platform for MICA students to show their work and build a network on-and-off MICA's campus.

MICA Design League

The Design League aims to expand students' knowledge and interest in design, going beyond the classroom experience by offering peer-to-peer conversations and workshops. All are welcome and encouraged to contribute.

NAEA Student Chapter

The MICA NAEA Student Chapter is a student led organization that strives to foster relationships within the MICA community, the Art Education community, and the surrounding Baltimore/ Maryland community. We advocate for arts education at MICA and in the local community. This includes a mentoring network called Generation Next: Empowering Future Leaders, where we actively seek to make greater connections among undergraduate and graduate students who express interests in art education, while working with Baltimore City youth. The NAEA Student Chapter also provides different learning opportunities, which help support professional development for future art educators.

MICA Wood Club

Join MICA Wood Club, where students learn more about woodworking techniques and wood as material outside of classes. We host workshops, field trips to galleries, trips to the woods, tool auctions, and conventions.

This page was last updated on 11/14/2016.