ENGAGING YOUR COMMUNITY
Over 90 exceptional professional artists, designers, art historians, poets, writers and art educators comprise the graduate faculty.
Intellectual curiosity, creativity, motivation, and self-discipline are among the attributes of MICA's graduate students
19 graduate programs create a vital ecosystem of diverse students, faculty, alumni, and working professionals in Baltimore.
Each year over 140 visiting professionals provide new perspectives on contemporary practice through lectures, critiques, workshops, and seminars.
Baltimore is a hub for arts and culture located at the center of the northeast creative corridor.
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TRANSFORMING YOUR PRACTICE
DESIGN YOUR CURRICULUM
Complement your studies with electives, liberal arts offerings, and professional development coursework.
Rich programming around student centered learning environment and campus life.
MICA GRAD SHOW
This annual exhibition showcases the achievements our graduating artists, designers, educators, scholars, and curators.
RESEARCH AT MICA
MICA develops arts and design-based solutions to complex problems using scientific discovery and documented art-making processes.
The dedicated space, workstations, and resources for graduate students set MICA apart from other colleges.
IN THE GALLERY
Graduate exhibitions encourage student discussion and understanding of contemporary art trends.
SHAPING YOUR FUTURE
PARTNERSHIPS AND ALLIANCES
Graduate programs build a network of connections beyond MICA that offer an unparalleled set of people and resources to explore your discipline.
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT CHECKLIST
A graduate student roadmap to campus resources, labs, workshops, lectures, and coursework.
The Center offers tailored workshops, resources, and counseling to assist students and alumni in their career paths.
GRANTS AND FELLOWSHIPS
Fund your creative research with local, national, and international opportunities.
Developing professionals learn from real world experiences in technical and pedagogical roles within our institution.
Enrolled students are eligible for a wide variety of on-campus positions.
Office of Graduate Studies
Fred Lazarus IV Graduate Center
131 W. North Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21201