Graduate Faculty

MICA's graduate faculty are nationally and internationally recognized working artists and designers, scholars, instructors, critics, advocates, and mentors. The hallmark of the graduate experience is the individual attention our renowned faculty give to each student. Selected for their successful studio and professional practices, many faculty members are recognized for their criticism, scholarship, and curatorial activities.

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"If Not for You" Bill Schmidt shows at Geoffory Young Gallery

      

      

        

Bill Schmidt, Director of the Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in Fine Art program is currenlty part of a group exhibition, "If Not for You", curated by Sue and Phil Knoll at The Geoffrey Young Gallery in Great Barrington, Massachussets on view Saturday, April 4th through Saturday, May 9th, 2015. Featured artists include Roxa Smith, Brian Conin, Warren Isensee, Cary Smith, Tamara Gonzales, Katia Santibanez,  Mike Glier, Steve DiBenedetto, Richmond Burton, Irena Jurek, JoAnne Carson, Donald Groscost, Susan Dory, Peter Gross. -  Read More

  

Graduate Faculty Directory

An alphabetical listing of Graduate Faculty by last name.

Graduate Program Directors and Faculty

The faculty is deeply engaged and committed to student creative development and provides personalized mentorship for each student's development. Selected for their successful studio and professional practices, many faculty members are also recognized for their practices, criticism, scholarship, and curatorial activities. Intensive and varied interactions with students allow graduate program directors to tailor seminar topics and technical workshops to the specific needs of their students --and to support each student in the pursuit of his or her unique creative vision and academic achievement.

Artists-in-Residence / Critics-in-Residence

Each year, nationally and internationally recognized thought leaders and practitioners in the creative fields meet with graduate students and participate in graduate seminars. This wide array of voices and aesthetic positions balances the continuity of study with faculty and expands students' opportunities for mentorship and networking.