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Senior Send-Off

The graduating class of 2011 is an exceptional group of leaders, innovators, educators, and creators who have already made an impact on MICA, the city, and the art community. This cross-section illustrates their diversity of talents.

  1. Fiber Major Uses Performance Garments to Inspire, Motivate

    Mika Eubanks models her line for "RACK," "Remembering the Future."

    Fiber Major Uses Performance Garments to Inspire, Motivate

    When Mika Eubanks enrolled at MICA, she wanted to pursue her interests in fashion, painting, and drawing. But the fiber major had one non-art-related goal, as well. “I wanted to push myself in leadership skills,” she said.

  2. Senior Finds Mode of Expression Through Curatorial Explorations

    Katilyn Buckley

    Senior Finds Mode of Expression Through Curatorial Explorations

    Katilyn Buckley is fascinated by the role exhibits play in expressing creative ideas. With a major in art history, theory, & criticism and concentrations in curatorial studies and book arts, she has used her years at MICA to explore this concept.

  3. Affecting Change in Baltimore Is Senior’s Mission

    John Aquila

    Affecting Change in Baltimore Is Senior’s Mission

    John Aquila came to MICA because of Baltimore. Growing up in the suburbs of Cleveland, a city much like Baltimore, he saw it as a place he wanted to help grow and flourish.

  4. Senior Degree Project Links Design With Social Empowerment

    Becky Slogeris works with local students on screen-printed activity boards, an extension project of her Baltimore Textbook.

    Senior Degree Project Links Design With Social Empowerment

    As the daughter of a teacher, it's not surprising that Becky Slogeris is using art to educate. In fact, the graphic design major is hoping her degree project can do more--she's hoping it can inspire Baltimore students to actively create change in their city and in their lives.

  5. Graduating Senior Shines in Street Art Spotlight

    Headshot of Gaia with his face masked to keep his identity unknown (photo by Marshall Clarke).

    Graduating Senior Shines in Street Art Spotlight

    Participating in Art Basel Miami Beach, being written up in The New York Times (multiple times), and exhibiting worldwide are career achievements any artist would be proud of. Called an "artist-of-the-moment" three years ago by The New York Times, graduating senior and street artist Gaia is proving his moment is not fleeting.