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All MICA freshmen take the same core courses, offered by the Foundation Department. The curriculum is thoughtfully planned, providing the basis for students defining the importance of art, design and art education to themselves, assisting them in discovering the role of art in their own lives, and facilitating their choices of majors, concentrations and minors.

  1. Architecture

    The Baltimore home of Samuel G. Wyman, circa 1853.


    This exhibit present selected works from the Decker Library's extensive collection of architecture publications including historical images of Batimore's famous houses and rowhomes, such as Evergreeen House and MICA's own Main Building. On the lower level, look into green architecture, enviromentally friendly construction, and the "tiny homes" movement. On display Oct. 12 to 23, 2015. Curated by Kelly Swickard.

  2. Al Zaruba

    Al Zaruba

    MICA Foundation instructor Al Zaruba, presents a cross-section of his works at the Decker Library. Running from April 8 to 24, this exhibit includes accordian books, sculptures, paintings, sketchbooks and myriad influential items from Zaruba's time spent in Ireland, the Philippines, and the Middle East. The library will host a gallery talk with Zaruba at noon on April 22. Open to the public.

  3. 2nd Annual Edible Book Fest

    2nd Annual Edible Book Fest

    The Decker Library hosts the 2nd Annual Edible Book Festival on Wednesday, April 1, 2015 from 11 a.m. - 2 p.m., Pinkard Gallery, Bunting Center.

  4. As extended hours continue, more coffee will be served

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    As extended hours continue, more coffee will be served

    The Decker Library's extended hours continue through December 18, 2014. Coffee, tea, and snacks will be served again on Monday, December 8 at 9 p.m.

  5. Faculty Publications Showcase

    Faculty Publications Showcase

    The current Library exhibit shows works from current and past MICA faculty.