Graduate Community

GRAD SHOW Dates & Deadlines

Visit micagradshow.com for complete exhibition, events and reception dates and locations

EVENTS

Filmmaking, MFA
Narrative and Non-fiction Cinema

Parkway Theatre, 5 West North Avenue
Tuesday, April 9, 6:00PM - 10:00PM
Wednesday, April 10, 6:00PM - 10:00PM

Social Design, MA Social Design Exchange

BBOX at the Gateway
Monday, April 29, 6:00PM - 8:30PM

Curatorial Practice, MFA

Students in MICA’s MFA in Curatorial Practice program complete curatorial projects and collaborate with artists, communities, organizations, and venues. Each student works in a variety of contexts and formats in order to bring contemporary art and culture to new audiences. Visitor hours for individual sites vary. 

Visit micagradshow.com for a complete list of exhibitions.


EXHIBITIONS

GRAD SHOW 1: TEACHING, MA

February 18 - 19  Install
February 20 - March 10 On View
February 22 (Friday) 5-7PM Opening Reception
March 11 - 12 De-install

GRAD SHOW 2: Graphic Design, MFA / Illustration Practice, MFA / Graphic Design, MA / Illustration, MA / Post Bac Fine Art

March 27 - 29 Install 
March 29 - April 14 Show on View
March 29 (Friday) 5-7PM Opening Reception
April 15 - 16 De-install 

GRAD SHOW 3: Community Arts, MFA / LeRoy E. Hoffberger School of Painting, MFA / Mount Royal School of Art, MFA / Photographic and Electronic Media, MFA / Rinehart School of Sculpture, MFA

April 17 - 19 Install 
April 19 - May 5 Show on View
April 27 (Saturday) 5-8:30 PM Reception (on-campus)
May 6 - 7 De-install 

 GRAD SHOW 4: Studio Art, MFA

June 17 - 20 Install 
June 21 - July 7 On View
TBD Opening Reception
July 8 - 9 De-install 

GRAD SHOW 5: Art Education, MA

July 18 -19 Install 
July 20 - 26 On View
July 26 (Friday) 5-7PM Closing Reception
July 27 De-install  


Working with Exhibitions - Show 1, 2, 3, 4, 5

Visit the Exhibitions Office webpage or contact at 410.225.2280 with any questions about the online proposal forms, timeline, and student responsibilities. 

Gallery Maps

Decker Gallery
Fox 3 Gallery
Meyerhoff Gallery
Pinkard Gallery
Sheila & Richard Riggs Gallery
Leidy Gallery 
ICA Baltimore

Student Exhibition Responsibilities
A comprehensive list of responsibilities and deadlines for a successful exhibition process

MICA Exhibition Handbook
Read the Exhibition Handbook

Exhibitions Office Equipment Inventory
Familiarize yourself with available pedestals and available tech equipment
check out policies and procedures


Important Student Deadlines

SHOW 1 DEADLINES (MAT)

February 1: Proposal Form available/open for MAT
February 6: Proposal Form closes (at midnight) 
February 11: Students notified if request can not be fulfilled

SHOW 2 DEADLINES (GDMFA, GDMA, ILP, ILMA, PB Fine Art)

March 1: Proposal Form available / open for Grad Show II
March 8: Proposal Form closes for Grad Show II
March 13: Students notified if request can not be fulfilled

SHOW 3 DEADLINES (MFACA, HOFF, MTR, PEM, RINE)

March 25: Proposal Form available / open for Grad Show III
April 3: Proposal Form closes for Grad Show III
April 10: Students notified if request can not be fulfilled


MGS3: Curators and Fellows Information

We are delighted to announce Manuela Paz and Darren Jones will curate the 2019 MICA GRAD SHOW 3 including 5 MFA programs: Leroy E. Hoffberger School of Painting, Mount Royal School of Art, Photographic and Electronic Media, Rinehart School of Sculpture, and Community Arts. MICA GRAD SHOW 3 will be on view April 19th – May 5th, 2019 in galleries on MICA’s campus and in Station North. Opening Reception, Saturday, April 27th, 5Pm - 8:30PM. Manuela and Darren will work with MICA students, faculty, and staff to bring together this multi-location, multi-program exhibition representing individual artists, their programs, and the college as a whole in ways that will also engage the public with the remarkable work being produced. 

Manuela Pazis Director of Development and Strategic Planning at Independent Curators International (ICI) in New York, an organization that produces exhibitions, events, publications, and research centering on the role of the curator as a contextualizing and infrastructural force for contemporary art. In 2015 she co-founded Embajada, an exhibition space in San Juan and platform for promoting Puerto Rican and Caribbean voices in an international context. There, Paz, together with her partner, artist Christopher Rivera, have maintained a rigorous exhibition program showcasing important local artists. Prior to her role at ICI, Paz worked with the New Art Dealers Alliance (NADA) as the organization’s membership director, developing year-round programming for emerging galleries. Before NADA, Paz worked for The Armory Show in New York, beginning as an assistant and working her way up to Director of VIP Relations over the course of eight years. During her tenure at The Armory Show, she co-founded Armory Arts Week, a city-wide public programming series recognized and supported by New York City’s Department of Cultural Affairs. Throughout her career, Paz has shaped meaningful experiences for today's leading arts patrons and collectors, while providing artists with a platform for exposure and growth.

Darren Jones is a NY-based, Scottish-born artist, curator, and critic. His writing has appeared in Artforum, ArtUS, Artslant, Artcritical, New Art Examiner, Glasstire, and The Brooklyn Rail. His studio practice includes text-based observations on the everyday, arrangements and displays of common objects as cultural commentary, and ink drawings of historical sites. Curatorial and artistic projects have been covered in The Guardian, Artforum, Huffington Post, The Sunday Post, The Advocate, Hyperallergic, NYArts, The Brooklyn Rail, Artcritical and Scotland on Sunday, among others. The Contemporary Art Gallery, co-authored with David Carrier, was published by Cambridge Scholars IN 2016, and discusses the architecture, politics and experience of galleries. Jones studied at Central Saint Martins in London and received his MFA from Hunter College.

2019 MICA GRAD SHOW 3: Curatorial Fellows 

Hannah Davis, Curatorial Practice, MFA
Imani Haynes, Curatorial Practice, MFA
Eva Sailly, Curatorial Practice, MFA
Nathalie von Veh, Curatorial Practice, MFA
Minwen Wang, Curatorial Practice, MFA
Tiffany Ward, Curatorial Practice, MFA

Related Documents and Timeline

2019 Curators Announcement and Biographies
2019 Curatorial Fellows Announcement and Biographies
2019 MICA GRAD SHOW Timeline and Process