Exhibitions play a major role in both academic and student life at the College.

Students at MICA have many opportunities to show work, beginning in freshman year. In addition, three major gallery spaces on campus mount curated exhibitions by outside artists and exhibitions of faculty and student work. With nearly 100 exhibitions each year, you literally cannot go to class without passing an exhibition.

Major gallery spaces include the Decker and Meyerhoff Galleries in the Fox Building and the Pinkard Gallery in the Bunting Center. Additional galleries in Bunting, Fox, Main, Meyerhoff House, Gateway, and Brown Center and numerous informal exhibition spaces across campus are devoted to student work. Students regularly create installations in campus public spaces.

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