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  1. Jacolby Satterwhite ’08 Takes Part in Collaborative Vinyl Series

    Jacolby Satterwhite ’08 Takes Part in Collaborative Vinyl Series

    08.29.16

    Jacolby Satterwhite ’08 (Painting B.F.A.) is one of the artists featured on Anthem, the vinyl series of the 9th Berlin Biennale.

  2. MICA Alumni Part of Creative Team Behind Newly-released Kubo and the Two Strings

    Still from Kubo and the Two Strings

    MICA Alumni Part of Creative Team Behind Newly-released Kubo and the Two Strings

    08.19.16

    Austen Weitzel '14 (Interactive Arts B.F.A.) and Ean McNamara '05 '06 (Illustration B.F.A., M.A.T.) were part of the team of talented artists who created the stunning stop-motion animated film, Kubo and the Two Strings, which is in theaters now.

  3. TT the Artist ’06 Launches Debut Album

    TT the Artist ’06

    TT the Artist ’06 Launches Debut Album

    08.17.16

    TT the Artist '06 (General Fine Arts B.F.A.) could never be put in a box. Performer, filmmaker, creative director, designer, and community artist, TT has never been content to pursue one single art form. Earlier this month, her debut album, Queen Of The Beat, premiered on The FADER's website in advance of a live performance during the August 6 MoMA PS1 Warm Up show.

  4. Architectural Design Alumna Helping Reduce Tsunami Damage

    Architectural Design Alumna Helping Reduce Tsunami Damage

    08.10.16

    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. Community Arts as a Way of Life

    Ashley Minner '11 (photo credit: Colby Ware)

    Community Arts as a Way of Life

    08.03.16

    Epiphanies often happen during the most mundane of tasks. For Ashley Minner '11, that moment-when she was able to put a name to her life's work-came because she wanted to cut class.

  6. Community Art Collaborative Receives $140K Grant to Support Local Artist Residencies

    Kim Loper '17 and a group of volunteers at Jubilee Arts

    Community Art Collaborative Receives $140K Grant to Support Local Artist Residencies

    07.25.16

    The Maryland Governor's Office on Service and Volunteerism awarded a grant of $142,604 to MICA's Community Art Collaborative AmeriCorps service program which provides quality arts programing to over 500 K-12 students.

  7. Jae Ko's Glacial Paper Sculptures

    Jae Kuem Ko '98

    Jae Ko's Glacial Paper Sculptures

    07.19.16

    Mount Royal alumna's site-specific installation featured at the Contemporary Art Museum Houston.

  8. A Mobile Maker Space for Baltimore

    Open Works mobile maker space

    A Mobile Maker Space for Baltimore

    07.14.16

    Open Works and MICA collaborate to bring tools and training to Baltimore's neighborhoods.