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  1. video thumbnail for Kerr Houston - Siting Islamic Art - MICA - September 18, 2013

    LecturesSeptember 18, 2013

    Kerr Houston - Siting Islamic Art - MICA - September 18, 2013

    Faculty member Kerr Houston offers an analysis of major art museums that have recently reinstalled their collections of Islamic art. He will point out the ways in which the physical juxtapositions of collections suggest and deny certain possibilities of meaning.

  2. video thumbnail for DJ Spooky - MICA - May 5, 2013

    LecturesMay 5, 2013

    DJ Spooky - MICA - May 5, 2013

    The Soviet architect, graphic designer, and collage artist Gustav Klustis once said of his music staging loudspeaker arrays: "Fantastic work. Looking for new media. Surface. Space. Construction." For The Book of Ice Paul D. Miller aka Dj Spooky takes a look at how the role of the "archive" of Antarctic history - in photography, graphic design, and contemporary composition - has shaped some of the ways we think about contemporary digital media aesthetics.

  3. video thumbnail for Eric Staller - MICA - March 11, 2013

    LecturesMarch 11, 2013

    Eric Staller - MICA - March 11, 2013

    During his 40-year career, Eric Staller has been called a photographer, sculptor, performance artist, interventionist, inventor, and writer. “I would rather be an enlightened amateur than a professional, and every time I get too good at something I have to move on,” Staller said.

  4. video thumbnail for Glenn Shrum - MICA - February 7, 2013

    LecturesFebruary 7, 2013

    Glenn Shrum - MICA - February 7, 2013

    The influence illumination has on visual perception of art is undeniable, yet the conceptual and technical fundamentals of light elude many curators, artists and designers. In addition to discussing lighting techniques that support a range of exhibition concepts, light artist and lighting designer Glenn Shrum '08 (MFA Studio Art) will review recent developments in lighting technology.

  5. video thumbnail for Panel Discussion: Art as a Tool for Change - April 2, 2012

    LecturesApril 19, 2012

    Panel Discussion: Art as a Tool for Change - April 2, 2012

    Art as a Tool for Change, highlights the national impact of art on community development with a focus on MICA's current arts research and advocacy initiatives.

  6. video thumbnail for Chris Hedges - MICA - March 26, 2012

    LecturesMarch 26, 2012

    Chris Hedges - MICA - March 26, 2012

    Hedges writes a weekly column for Truthdig and has been very involved in the Occupy Wall Street Movement and was arrested with others in New York this past November as part of a demonstration.

  7. video thumbnail for David Simon - MICA - February 29, 2012

    LecturesFebruary 29, 2012

    David Simon - MICA - February 29, 2012

    Baltimore-based author, journalist and television writer/producer David Simon spoke at MICA on the legacy of the HBO television series, The Wire, the first season of which aired in 2002.

  8. video thumbnail for Sarah Rapson Artist Talk - February 27, 2012

    LecturesFebruary 27, 2012

    Sarah Rapson Artist Talk - February 27, 2012

    Sarah Rapson studied at Hornsey College of Art in London and L'Ecole nationale supérieure des arts Decoratifs in Paris. From 1989-1990, she was selected to participate in the Whitney Museum Independent Studio Program in New York.

  9. video thumbnail for Jeff Koons '76 - February 27, 2012

    LecturesFebruary 27, 2012

    Jeff Koons '76 - February 27, 2012

    Since Jeff Koons' emergence in the 1980s, he has blended the concerns and methods of Pop, Conceptual and appropriation art with craft-making and popular culture to create his own unique iconography, often controversial and always engaging.1

  10. video thumbnail for Joyce Scott '70 Artist Talk - February 15, 2012

    LecturesFebruary 15, 2012

    Joyce Scott '70 Artist Talk - February 15, 2012

    Known as the "Queen of Beadwork," Joyce J. Scott '70 creates provocative beaded sculptural forms and neck pieces that address political and social issues such as gender, race, and class struggle.1

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