Interdisciplinary Sculpture

MICA's interdisciplinary sculpture majors explore a broad range of form, content, techniques, and concepts as they master the skills necessary to express their personal voice. Through a curriculum that combines theory and practice, students develop technical mastery, conceptual sophistication, and an understanding of newer and emerging genres that allows them to create a practice that recognizes the past while envisioning the future.

Interdisciplinary Sculpture at MICA

Sculpture is contemporary art's meta-medium, where artists explore innovative content in the areas of object-making, installation, performance, site-work, time-based art, and digital forms. Students of interdisciplinary sculpture at MICA develop the conceptual content of their work concurrently with practical, hands-on knowledge of materials and fabrication techniques, enabling them to produce work relevant to their personal vision.

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Alumna Named Baltimore City Public Schools Teacher of the Year

Sia Kyriakakos '91 (Sculpture) was surprised early Monday morning, during one of her classes. Along with a cash prize and classroom supplies, she will throw out the first pitch at City Schools Orioles Night. Kyriakakos is now entered into the 2016-17 Maryland State Teacher of the Year competition.

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"Mervo art teacher named Baltimore City Public Schools' 2016 Teacher of the Year" (

Press release (Baltimore City Public Schools)