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Feb. 24
Feb. 24
Series

Lunchtime Study Abroad Advising

Every Monday for a Limited Time, Starting Monday, January 27 Should I eat lunch, or go to study abroad advising? I think I'll do both! Got that 9 to 3 studio and only have time to eat and run, and no time to talk to a study abroad advisor? Do not despair…

Feb. 24
Lectures

MONDAYS@NOON with Amir Fallah

AMIR FALLAH – FEB 24 – 12:00 NOON – FALVEY HALL MICA alumnus Amir Fallah returns to speak about his career and life. As a student, Fallah started the magazine “Beautiful Decay” which has since become a popular well-known periodical. Fallah’s own works…

Feb. 24
Lectures

Lecture: Greg Pizzoli

Philadelphia author/illustrator Greg Pizzoli’s first picture book, The Watermelon Seed (Disney*Hyperion Books) was the 2014 recipient of the Theodor Seuss Geisel Award. In 2015, which he won again in 2017 for Good Night Owl. His nonfiction picture book…

Feb. 24
Lectures

MONDAYS@NOON with Aliza Nisenbaum

ALIZA NISENBAUM – FEB 24 – 5:00 PM – LAZARUS AUDITORIUM Nisenbaum is best known for her colorful portraits of Mexican and Central American immigrants. Collaborating with Cuban performance artist Tania Bruguera’s ongoing project, titled “Immigrant Movement…

Feb. 26
Workshop

Fulbright Info Session

The Institute of International Education (IIE) Fulbright U.S. Student Program awards full grants to visual artists for international study and independent research in over 140 countries. Applicants should begin the application process during Spring 2020…

Feb. 26

Decoding the Digital

Discussing online spaces through approachable analog games. A workshop with the visiting artist Scott DeJong - T.A.G. Lab, Concordia University, Montreal, Quebec, CA. During the workshop we will use an escape game to metaphorize a social media platform…

Feb. 27
Groomer/Mai Ly Degnan
Lectures

Lecture: Mai Ly Degnan

Mai Ly Degnan is an award winning illustrator currently based in Baltimore, Maryland. She studied Illustration at the Savannah College of Art and Design, and later went on to complete her MFA in Illustration Practice at the Maryland Institute College…

Feb. 27
AK-OK Collective
Lectures

LGBTQ2+ History Workshops and Artist Talk

A People’s Museum of LGBTQ2+ History is a socially engaged artwork by the art and design collective AK/OK (Kate Jarboe + M. Wright), that creates a queer archive, telling the stories of everyday people. As a grassroots archive created by hundreds of people…

Feb. 27

Reception: WE ARE EVERYWHERE

Please join us for an inclusive salon-style exhibition featuring 70 artists from across the MICA LGBTQIA+ community!! WE ARE EVERYWHERE MICA FOX 2 Gallery February 24th - March 21st Opening Reception: Thursday, Feb 27th 4 - 7pm Plus join us for the…

Feb. 28
Workshop

Internship + Career Fair

MICA’s Internship + Career Fair connects MICA students and alumni in all disciplines with innovative businesses and arts organizations looking for creative talent. Employers will be on hand to conduct interviews and portfolio reviews. Students and alumni…

Feb. 28
Exhibition Reception

Roll Block Opening Reception

A road block is when the forces of nature obstruct a stretch of pavement or a structure of human activity. It is the aftermath of an event of earthly disruption, and when it interferes with some function of civilization it is called an avalanche, a mudslide…

Feb. 28
Exhibition Reception

Reception: Play my Diary!

Each and every work I create, down to its color, its words, and its code, is a piece of my story as I’ve lived it. My goal is to foster a space of empathy for anyone to experience and interact with. Join us for the opening reception of Play My Diary …

Feb. 28
Exhibition Reception

The Darkest Valley Opening Reception

The Darkest Valley is a personal exploration of religion and its presence, both conscious and unconscious, in everyday life, familial relationships, and personal identity. Join us for the opening reception of The Darkest Valley; a Solo show by Natalie…

Feb. 28
Exhibition Reception

Reception: PERSPECTIVE

Fenced in an institution, a quiet relentless struggle intensifies; a struggle of diminishing into a forced identity grounded on a stranger’s preconceived notion of what you represent. It breathes and strengthens, crippling you. A blanket of dread is hurled…

Feb. 28
Exhibition Reception

Saloni Shah: The Framed and The Faithful

Fenced in an institution, a quiet relentless struggle intensifies; a struggle of diminishing into a forced identity grounded on a stranger’s preconceived notion of what you represent. It breathes and strengthens, crippling you. A blanket of dread is hurled…

Feb. 28
Poster by Valerie Lam
Social/Fun

MICA's 5th Annual Benefit Drag Show

Celebrate with us! MICA's Faculty and Staff Queer Alliance (FASQA) 5th Annual Benefit Drag Show! This is a fundraiser for LGBTQ scholarships at MICA; so, all proceeds will go directly towards scholarship funding. The headliners for the show will be Baltimore…

Mar. 01
Festival or Fair

MICA Film and Animation Festival

Since its huge success last year, the festival has expanded to encompass the works of neighboring universities. MF&AF is a festival created by and for students. It is a celebration of film making in all forms. Fostering a creative and empowering environment…