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Fiber Department Reunion

  1. MICA Alumni Tapped for Community Projects with Baltimore’s Public Art Program

    Iandry Randriamandroso ’09 (Community Arts M.A.), "Red-bellied Woodpecker" bird mural, located at 5017 York Road, Baltimore.

    MICA Alumni Tapped for Community Projects with Baltimore’s Public Art Program

    MICA students and alumni contribute to Baltimore City’s 1-Percent-for-Public-Art program, which connects visual artists and local residents for neighborhood beautification projects.

  2. Establishment of an Endowed Chair Position Boosts the Photography Department

    Stuart B. Cooper ’72 (Photography BFA) (left) and President Samuel Hoi finalize the Stuart B. Cooper Chair in Photography agreement.

    Establishment of an Endowed Chair Position Boosts the Photography Department

    This past fall, MICA announced the establishment of an endowed chair exclusively for still photography, the Stuart B. Cooper Chair in Photography, enhancing the College’s ability to welcome distinguished contemporary photographers to campus.

  3. Alumna Creates Safe Zone Amid Ferguson Unrest

    Carrie Pace ’06 (Sculpture B.F.A.).

    Alumna Creates Safe Zone Amid Ferguson Unrest

    While protests continued in Ferguson, Mo., art teacher Carrie Pace ’06 (Sculpture BFA) organized classes for elementary-aged students when schools were closed.

  4. Recently Acquired Publications

    Cover of the zine "Why the Beef 4: Primavera" by the MICA and RISD YTB Collaboration.

    Recently Acquired Publications

    From February 23 to March 13, the Decker Library displays its recently aquired artist books and zines, including three works by MICA students. Check out this preview of items soon to be in the library's collections.

  5. A History of Ink

    Tattoo from an inamte at the Kraslag Corrective Labor Camp, Kansk, Krasnoyarsk Krai. Circa, 1960. "Communist Party of the Soviet Union: You've chosen the right path, comrades!" From "Russian Criminal tattoo encyclopaedia" by D.S. Baldaev (HV 6098 .B3513 2008 v.3 Stacks)

    A History of Ink

    From Feburary 3 to February 20, the Decker Library hosts an exhibit of tattoo-related books, including Maori tattoo traditions, the Japanese irezumi full-body markings, and the codified symbols of the Russian prison system.