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  1. video thumbnail for Katherine Bradford - Golden Age of Exploration - MICA - October 1, 2013

    LecturesOctober 1, 2013

    Katherine Bradford - Golden Age of Exploration - MICA - October 1, 2013

    Brooklyn-based abstract painter Katherine Bradford is on the graduate faculty at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts in Philadelphia. Her work is in the collections of the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Brooklyn Museum in New York, among others.

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    LecturesFebruary 19, 2014

    Judith Schaechter - MICA - February 19, 2014

    Judith Schaechter, Kill Skill With more than 30 years of experience as an artist and craftsperson, Judith Schaechter has examined the uncomfortable relationship in fine arts today to the notion of skill. She discusses the awkward place skill finds itself and what is at stake for the arts. Sponsored by: Fiber Department, Ceramics Department, and the American Craft Council.

  3. video thumbnail for Rick Lowe - MICA - March 11, 2014

    LecturesMarch 11, 2014

    Rick Lowe - MICA - March 11, 2014

    Rick Lowe is an acclaimed artist, community activist, and founder of Project Row Houses. Lowe has been an artist-in-residence at numerous universities throughout the United States, lectures internationally, and has exhibited at museums, such as the Museum of Contemporary Arts, Los Angeles. Sponsored by: MFA in Community Arts, MFA in Curatorial Practice, and Mixed Media Lecture Series.

  4. video thumbnail for Picture Windows: The Painted Screens of Baltimore and Beyond - MICA - December 13, 2013 to March 16, 2014

    ExhibitionsMarch 18, 2014

    Picture Windows: The Painted Screens of Baltimore and Beyond - MICA - December 13, 2013 to March 16, 2014

    PICTURE WINDOWS … The Painted Screens of Baltimore and Beyond marks the centennial of Baltimore’s tradition of painting vivid images on row house screens. Together with Maryland folklorist Elaine Eff, co-founder of the Painted Screen Society of Baltimore, MICA will present for the first time a comprehensive look at the history of screen painting—a functional and ornamental art with roots in the 1700s in London and from a forgotten Victorian decorative art.

  5. video thumbnail for Dana Schutz - Herman Maril ’28 Legacy Lecture Series - MICA - Monday, April 21, 2014

    LecturesApril 21, 2014

    Dana Schutz - Herman Maril ’28 Legacy Lecture Series - MICA - Monday, April 21, 2014

    With support from the Herman Maril Foundation, MICA presents artist Dana Schutz for the 2013-2014 Herman Maril ’28 Legacy Lecture Series. Schutz was born in the Great Lakes region and studied at Cleveland Institute of Art and Columbia University. Her debut exhibition, Frank From Observation, garnered significant recognition. Since then, the New York-based artist has exhibited her paintings nationally and internationally.

  6. video thumbnail for Unmarked: The Annual Benefit Fashion Show - Part II - MICA - Saturday, April 12

    Annual Fashion ShowsApril 12, 2014

    Unmarked: The Annual Benefit Fashion Show - Part II - MICA - Saturday, April 12

    MICA students showcase inventive and thought-provoking designs in fashion during UNMARKED, the 21st Annual Benefit Fashion Show. UNMARKED aims to capture the energy, excitement and ambition one feels when opportunities seem limitless and when one is no longer bound by convention and rules. For the event, participating designers fabricate new, one-of-a- kind and uncontained identities through art and design.

  7. video thumbnail for Unmarked: The Annual Benefit Fashion Show - Part I - MICA - Saturday, April 12

    Annual Fashion ShowsApril 12, 2014

    Unmarked: The Annual Benefit Fashion Show - Part I - MICA - Saturday, April 12

    MICA students showcase inventive and thought-provoking designs in fashion during UNMARKED, the 21st Annual Benefit Fashion Show. UNMARKED aims to capture the energy, excitement and ambition one feels when opportunities seem limitless and when one is no longer bound by convention and rules. For the event, participating designers fabricate new, one-of-a- kind and uncontained identities through art and design.

  8. video thumbnail for XIX: An Experimental Fashion Event - Part II - MICA - April 5, 2014

    Annual Fashion ShowsApril 5, 2014

    XIX: An Experimental Fashion Event - Part II - MICA - April 5, 2014

    This spring, MICA students showcase inventive and thought-provoking designs in fashion during the XIX, An Experimental Fashion Event and UNMARKED, the 21st Annual Benefit Fashion Show. These events push the boundaries of fashion with a unique use of fiber and textiles supplemented by additional media, allowing designers to craft imaginative, original, and distinctive artistic creations. Visit mica.edu/fashion for additional information and images.

  9. video thumbnail for XIX: An Experimental Fashion Event - Part I - MICA - April 5, 2014

    Annual Fashion ShowsApril 5, 2014

    XIX: An Experimental Fashion Event - Part I - MICA - April 5, 2014

    This spring, MICA students showcase inventive and thought-provoking designs in fashion during the XIX, An Experimental Fashion Event and UNMARKED, the 21st Annual Benefit Fashion Show. These events push the boundaries of fashion with a unique use of fiber and textiles supplemented by additional media, allowing designers to craft imaginative, original, and distinctive artistic creations. Visit mica.edu/fashion for additional information and images.

  10. video thumbnail for Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley's We ♥ Fred Party Comments

    Lazarus LegacyApril 29, 2014

    Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley's We ♥ Fred Party Comments

    Gov. Martin O'Malley wishes MICA President Fred Lazarus IV well in a video played during the We Heart Fred party on April 25, 2014. More details about the celebration can be found at www.mica.edu/celebration.

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