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BFA/MA in Teaching

The BFA/MAT is a pre-professional program designed to help students make the transition from artist and student to artist-teacher, one who can construct opportunities for others to make art and engage with it in meaningful ways.

  1. MA in Teaching Thesis Show 2014

    MA in Teaching Thesis Show 2014

    The Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) candidates exhibit a new body of work in the second installment of the 2014 MAT Thesis Exhibition.

  2. The Juried Undergraduate Art Education Exhibition

    The Juried Undergraduate Art Education Exhibition

    The Center for Art Education presents The Juried Undergraduate Art Education Exhibition, on view in the Fox 2nd Floor Gallery, October 8-13, 2013.

  3. BFA/MA in Teaching Faculty member to Present at MAEA "Connect" Event in April

    BFA/MA in Teaching Faculty member to Present at MAEA "Connect" Event in April

    BFA/MA in Teaching Faculty member, Katie Morris, will host the first session at a professional development workshop focused on printmaking on Saturday, April 13th at Salisbury University.

  4. MICA Faculty, Students and Alumni Present at the 2013 NAEA Convention

    MICA Faculty, Students and Alumni Present at the 2013 NAEA Convention

    MICA faculty, students, and alumni made presentations at the world's largest gathering of visual arts educators in the world, the 2013 National Art Education Association (NAEA) Convention in Fort Worth Texas. BFA/MA in Teaching alum, Juan Carlos Castro, Ph.D. '99/'00, was chosen by the NAEA as the 2013 recipient of the Manuel Barkan Award.

  5. April Brings Events, Exhibitions Headlined by MICA Community

    Kathryn Ciesemier '08 (illustration), "Drowzee"

    April Brings Events, Exhibitions Headlined by MICA Community

    Artists include alumni Kathryn Ciesemier '08, Alyssa Nassner '10, Jackson Martin '07, Jenny Mullins '09 and Rafael Soldi '09; MA and MFA in Community Arts students; and faculty members Hugh Pocock, Whitney Sherman, Frances Barth and Philip Koch.