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August 18, 2022 Campus Memo
FY23 Organizational Restructuring & Path to Recovery.
Inside Look: Land of Kush
When we asked MICA students about their favorite places to eat, Baltimore's hippest vegan soul food joint was high on the list.
This page has been built to help answer your questions about moving out, the transition to online classes, cost defrayment, and more.
When Art & Science Collide
Faculty from MICA team with scientists from Johns Hopkins University to translate results from extreme events in new visual ways.
Time Lapse: The Charmed Life of Jim Burger
Jim Burger ’82 (Photography B.F.A.) — noted Baltimore-area photographer and longtime photojournalist for the Baltimore City Paper and The…
Akea Brionne Brown ’18 wins 2019 Janet & Walter Sondheim Artscape Prize
This is the fifth year in a row a MICA alum was chosen as the Janet & Walter Sondheim Artscape Prize winner.
Accounting for Taste
When Meaghan Carpenter ’08 arrived at MICA’s Mount Royal School of Art, a career in the culinary world wasn’t exactly on her radar. Instead,…
MICA awarded competitive grants from the National Endowment of the Arts
National Endowment for the Arts Acting Chairman Mary Anne Carter has approved more than $27 million in grants as part of the Arts Endowment’s…
Sarah Delisle is a pyrotechnic designer for Image Engineering – a Baltimore-based entertainment company.
MICA Eats: R House
Here's an inside look at R House, an industrial-chic food hall that has something for everyone.
MICA Eats: On the Hill
Student recommended top places to eat include On the Hill, a coffee shop and café in the middle of MICA's campus.
Inside Look: Dooby's
According to MICA students, Dooby's is the place to eat when you don't want to break the bank.
MICA President Samuel Hoi Discusses Art Education on WYPR's Midday with Tom Hall
President Samuel Hoi was on WYPR for Midday on Higher Education with Tom Hall in August 2019, where he spoke about MICA’s role in Baltimore,…
March 19 Student Memo
Move-out information for graduate students.
March 15 Campus Memo
The College’s updated plans around the spring semester, including canceling the intensive making period, the closing of residence halls, and…
March 13 Campus Memo
Informing campus that a member of the MICA community is being tested for COVID-19.
March 12 Campus Memo
Information for MICA staff members around teleworking, travel and health insurance, and more.
March 11 Campus Memo
Initial plans surrounding the College’s transition to online education and more.
Eight Finalists Chosen during 'Pop Up Pitch' Will Move On to UP/Start Finale
The finalists will compete for funding totaling $100,000 during the April 17 finale
Lisa Hochtritt, Ed.D., Director of MICA's M.A.T. Program
With a committed interest in social justice and art education, and understanding how they both intersect with youth, Dr. Lisa Hochtritt joins…
A Day in the Life of a NASA Artist Intern
In summer 2018, I worked as a NASA animation intern on-site at Goddard Space Flight Center – commuting from Baltimore to Greenbelt, which was…
Virtuoso Faculty: Tony Shore
From smoke-filled bars in France, to Baltimore’s back streets and alleys, to the rolling fields north of the city where members of the Elkridge…
North Point Plaza Flea Market2401 North Point Rd.Baltimore, MD 21222 Hampden Junque 1006 W 36th stBaltimore, MD 21211 The Wise Penny5902 York…
Start It Up
From its earliest days, MICA has had a connection to doers and makers, to people who believe that artistic creativity is a catalyst for positive…
Allen Moore: Integrative Educational Practices in Film & Video
Renowned cinematographer and MICA faculty member Allen Moore discusses the integrative projects he has led students on in Baltimore—and around…
MICA names four William O. Steinmetz ’50 Designers-in-Residence, bringing together three generations of cultural activists
Over two lectures, Cheryl D. Miller ’74 (Graphic Design and Illustration BFA), Tasheka Arceneaux-Sutton, Maurice Cherry and Deyane Moses ’19…
A Conversation with Juan Bastos (General Fine Arts BFA) ’84
Since graduating in 1984, MICA alumnus, Juan F. Bastos, has enjoyed a successful career as a professional portraitist. Hundreds of his oil paintings…
Pharma-D—2022 UP/Start People's Choice Award Winner
Pharma-D, the venture of Kristen Karlovich ’21 (Product Design BFA), was one of seven finalists in this year's competition.
Convo—Winner of $15K During 2022 UP/Start Venture Competition
Convo, the venture of Emma Koramshahi ’22 (Design Leadership MA/MBA) and Julia Breskin ’22 (Design Leadership MA/MBA), was one of seven finalists…
Compressent Co.—Winner of $30K During the 2022 UP/Start Venture Competition
Compressent Co., the venture of Herschel Ruben ’21 (Product Design BFA), was one of seven finalists in this year's competition.
Blvck Door—Winner of $40K During the 2022 UP/Start Venture Competition
Blvck Door, the venture of Iman Carr ’22 (Design Leadership MA/MBA) and Shakeel Alexander, was one of seven finalists in this year's competition…
MICA Pan-College Convening on Strategic Planning: March 9
Information around the virtual Pan-College Convening on Strategic Planning on Wednesday, March 9 from 10 a.m. to noon EST
2022 MICA Strategic Planning Relaunch & Survey Invitation
Details and a survey link regarding the Strategic Planning Relaunch.
The Cool List
Baltimore is fast becoming a cultural mecca — and national publications are taking notice.
Anchovy Press—Winner of $14,100 During 2021 UP/Start Venture Competition
Rebecca Marimutu ’20 (Photographic & Electronic Media MFA) and Priyanka Kumar ’20 (Illustration Practice MFA) are co-founders of Anchovy…
MICA welcomes Audrey Tanner as Vice President of Admission & Financial Aid
MemorandumDate: August 21, 2020To: MICA Campus CommunityFrom: Samuel Hoi, PresidentSubject: Welcome to Audrey Tanner as Vice President of Admission…
MICA Alumna Wins Sondheim Prize
In the spring of Akea Brionne Brown’s first year at MICA, that the Baltimore Uprising occurred. It was finals week. And it was an event that…
MICA awards two LAUNCH fellowships to Curatorial Practice alumni
In June of 2019, MICA awarded two of its four annual LAUNCH fellowships to alumni from the Curatorial Practice MFA (CP) program. After participating…
MICA Issues Statement in Support of Black Lives Matter and Against Discrimination
June 1, 2020 Dear MICA Community Members, In Baltimore, it is impossible to feel the pain of George Floyd’s death in Minneapolis and Breonna…
As COVID-19 halts the world, 'makers unite'
During an unprecedented world health pandemic that has shuttered any sense of normalcy, artists and designers are doing what they do best — making…
GFA Special Projects class provides real-world experience while giving back to the community
Artwork depicting birds and Baltimore landmarks— like race horses at Pimlico, boats in the Inner Harbor and the Patterson Park Pagoda — now…
Migrations and Meaning(s) in Art
an exhibition curated by Dr. Deborah Willis
The exhibition, curated by Willis, the MICA inaugural Stuart B. Cooper Endowed Chair in Photography, explores debates on the topic of migration…
President Hoi Discusses Artists as Changemakers on the
Free to Bmore
MICA President Sammuel Hoi recently joined the Enoch Pratt Free Library's Free to Bmore podcast to discuss how art and artists can be changemakers…
MICA Awarded $510K from ArtPlace America, Will Build Field of Creative Placemaking
The funding will help to expand community and organizational partnerships, as well as create a sequence of both undergraduate and graduate courses…
MICA Awarded Top Honors in National Democracy Challenge
In 2018, MICA’s voting rate of registered students increased nearly 40 percentage points, and the number of eligible students registered to…
: Identity as Process
What do exhibitions look like when they take queerness for granted? This was the question I tried to answer for most of the year and a half I…
MICA Announces the William O. Steinmetz ’50 and Betty Cooke ’46 Chair in Design
Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA) is pleased to announce the founding of the William O. Steinmetz ’50 and Betty Cooke ’46 Chair in Design…
Louder Than a Bomb
Baltimore has the secret sauce for producing electrifying poetry — woke, young people; and a space for them to be heard.
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