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5th Annual Who Are You? Youth Media Festival, April 20 & 26

Youth Media Blooms This Spring! If you look carefully, you will see young people on the mic, behind the camera, and on the screen all over town! Wide Angle Youth Media proudly presents the 5th Annual Who Are You? Youth Media Festival! Support the Festival and celebrate our rich local culture!

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

    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.

  2. Designing the Digital Classroom

    Designing the Digital Classroom

    Brockett Horne and Ellen Lupton launch a massive open online courses on graphic design history.

  3. Joyce J. Scott '70 Wins MacArthur Foundation Genius Grant

    Joyce J. Scott '70

    Joyce J. Scott '70 Wins MacArthur Foundation Genius Grant

    Joyce J. Scott '70 (Art Education B.F.A.) has been named a 2016 Fellow of the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation. The fellowships, popularly known as "genius" grants, are awarded annually and carry a five-year, $625,000 prize, which recipients are free to use as they see fit. A native of Baltimore, Scott is best known for her use of small, delicate beads to craft strong messages of societal issues embedded in gender, race and class.

  4. Graphic Design M.F.A. Program wins Grant for the Growing Girls Project

    The Growing Girls Project

    Graphic Design M.F.A. Program wins Grant for the Growing Girls Project

    The Growing Girls Project has been named one of eight Sappi Ideas that Matter grant winners. The Sappi Ideas that Matter grant recognizes projects for their social impact and value as well as their design excellence. The grant will support the production of a smart and savvy set of puberty educational tools.

  5. The Art of Revolution

    Archangel Michael and the Dragon in Kiev by Gaia ’11

    The Art of Revolution

    When the Euromaidan Revolution ended in Ukraine in 2014, the city of Kiev was left covered in the detritus of the revolt. Almost as soon as high government officials fled the country and parliament began voting on a series of reforms, a series of fantastic, large-scale murals began appearing across the city. Gaia '11 and Mata Ruda '12 are among street artists ushering in a new era in Ukraine.