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Samuel Hoi, Christopher Bedford and Julia Marciari-Alexander Urge Congress to Continue Funding Arts Programs
As the chief executives of the Baltimore Museum of Art, Maryland Institute College of Art, and The Walters Art Museum – three anchor visual arts institutions in Baltimore – we unite to urge in the strongest possible voice that Congress continue to support funding for the National Endowment for the Arts, National Endowment for the Humanities, the Institute for Museum and Library Services and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting.
The proposed federal budget plan for Fiscal Year 2018 was released yesterday and includes a number of provisions that would negatively impact federal support for higher education and for the arts and humanities.
Known for her examination of race, sexuality and history through a variety of visual and textual mediums, Kenyatta A.C. Hinkle '09 (Painting B.F.A.) is featured in Ebony's "Women Up Issue," where she discusses the politics of the Black female body as well as her work, The Evanesced, which debuts at the California African American Museum in Los Angeles on March 2.
Two recent MICA alumnae have been invited to participate in the 2017 Venice Biennale, one of most influential arts exhibitions in the world.
Up/Start 2017 is MICA’s second annual startup contest for recent alumni and graduating students that focuses on incubating and building creative business ventures within the College community. Read more about the contest and how to apply.
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.
Kimberly Graham, curator of Laying-by Time, talks about William Christenberry’s transcendent work and the unique challenges of curating this exhibition.
Corinne May Botz '99 (Photography) was awarded the grand jury prize for short film at this year's DOC NYC. Her film, Bedside Manner, explores the world of standardized patients, who are professional actors employed to train medical students on diagnosing diseases and illnesses, as well as to help them practice their bedside manner.