Current & Upcoming Exhibitions

Browse past exhibitions from MICA students, faculty and alumni.

Aug. 22
Sep. 22

2019 First Year Experience (FYE) EXHIBITION

Timed to coincide with the arrival of this year's freshman, the First Year Experience (FYE) Exhibition is one of the College's most highly regarded student shows. The exhibition, which opens in galleries across campus, features work by rising sophomores…
Aug. 30
Sep. 22

2019 Sabbatical Exhibition

The 2019 Sabbatical Exhibition will showcase the work of faculty members who took a semester away from MICA during the 2018/19 academic year to explore new themes. Participating artists include: Susie Brandt, Fiber; Jay Gould, Photography;  Alex Heilner…
Sep. 10
Sep. 27

Call for Entries for Sustainable Practice Exhibition

Call For Entries for the Sustainable Practice Exhibition! An exploration of sustainable resources and practice in fiber and sculpture. The MICA Fiber Department is looking for fiber and sculpture work that utilizes sustainable practices and/or resources…
Sep. 12
Oct. 06

Stephen Byram: The Visibility of Music

MICA presents the The Visibility of Music, an exhibition by Illustrator and Art Director, Stephen Byram.  Byram works almost exclusively in the music scene and is known as an important and influential art director and graphic designer, being the “go-to…
Sep. 16
Oct. 15

Exhibition: Ancient & Living Traditions in Weaving

Exhibition: Ancient & Living Traditions in Weaving: Selections from the Virginia West Fiber Art Study Collection and Julie Geschwind's World Textiles Teaching Collection   Katherine Shark '20 has worked in Summer 2019 with Decker Library Special Collections…
Sep. 20
Oct. 25
Eager Quilters, artist Ronald Rucker, artwork by: Brennan Cox, Eager Quilters, and Zoey Howell

East Baltimore: Her Artists and People

In conjunction with the InFusion Film Festival and the re-activation of MICA PLACE "East Baltimore: Her Artists and People" features artists' work that expresses something about their experience in East Baltimore. What is life like in the neighborhood?…