From the Start

MICA Students Showcase Their Work

Exhibitions play a major role in academic and student life at MICA, which is why our students have the opportunity to show their work beginning in their freshman year. Following are just a few of the on-campus student shows that kicked off the 2024 Spring Semester.

  • Preview 15, featuring artworks by current senior thesis painting, drawing, and general fine arts majors, was on view through February 11 in the Riggs and Leidy galleries in MICA’s Fred Lazarus IV Center.
  • Ways of Being, featuring work by Junior Independent Painting artists, was on view through February 13 in the Fox 2 Gallery.
  • Presented by MICA Print Club, the 2024 Printmaking Department Exhibition was on view in Fox 3 Gallery through February 12th.
  • Midway!, a selection of game prototypes by sophomores and juniors in MICA Game Design, was on view in Dolphin Center Gallery through February 9.

The work of sophomore Illustration students can currently be seen off campus at the Howard Peter Rawlings Conservatory and Botanical Gardens in Baltimore’s historic Druid Hill Park. Called Conservatory Translated, the exhibition features posters inspired by the site’s Victorian structures, fifty-foot-high-windows, popular koi pond, and exotic collection of flora and fauna.