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ArtWalk Guide: Brown Center

The Brown Center was named in honor of Baltimore philanthropists and former MICA trustees Eddie C. and C. Sylvia Brown. It houses Leidy Atrium, Rosenberg Gallery, the Bronze & Brick galleries, and Falvey Hall, a 520 seat theater.

During ArtWalk 2022, multiple areas of Brown Center will feature work from students graduating in:

  • Animation
  • Ceramics
  • Fiber
  • Film & Video
  • Graphic Design
  • Humanistic Studies + Fiber
  • Illustration
  • Interdisciplinary Sculpture

For a list of student thesis locations, visit our Brown Center Location Guide.

Visitors view the commencement exhibition in Leidy Atrium.
Leidy Atrium, in the entrance to Brown Center, is a focal point of installation and performance art. + Enlarge
Rosenberg Gallery with a puppetry show installed in the space.
Rosenberg Gallery can be found on the second floor of Brown Center. + Enlarge
People watching presentation in Falvey Hall, Brown Center
Falvey Hall, where Film & Video work will be screened, is located in the basement of Brown Center. + Enlarge
Visitors view a suspended art installation in the Brown Center.
Work from an Interdisciplinary Sculpture student is hung above Leidy Atrium. + Enlarge
Visitors view the commencement exhibition in Leidy Atrium.

Credit

Chris Myers

Rosenberg Gallery with a puppetry show installed in the space.

Credit

Justin Tsucalas

People watching presentation in Falvey Hall, Brown Center

Falvey Hall

Visitors view a suspended art installation in the Brown Center.

Credit

Justin Tsucalas

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Work from Animation and Graphic Design students can be seen on Brown Center's upper floors. + Enlarge
Student performances as well as installation art is often found outside. + Enlarge
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