November 10, 2020
Michael Hoeweler ’10 (Illustration BFA)
President-Elect Joe Biden

Former Vice President Joe Biden wins the 2020 election to become the 46th President of the United States, breaking the record for most votes ever cast for a U.S. President.

Check out these portraits of all of the U.S. Presidents by Michael Hoeweler ’10 (Illustration BFA) done for the Washington Post. See more
We're all in This Together

With a contentious 2020 American Presidential Election, we can all use some helpful tips and reminders for reducing stress. Read more
Spring Semester Plans

Recognizing the ever-evolving public health conditions, MICA’s re-opening plan for Spring 2021 is flexible, science-based, and prioritizes the health and safety of our community above all. Read more
MICA / App for Parents

We’re thrilled to announce the launch of the second phase of the MICA / App! Sign in and experience a tailored view of important information just for parents. Learn more and download the app today! 
MICA / App for Alumni

Just like MICA Parents, we’ve got a tailored experience of the MICA / App just for alumni! With quick and easy access to career development opportunities, social media, alumni owned business directory, and more! Learn more and download the app today!
Stuart Clarke Rises to Board Chair

Congratulations to Stuart Clarke, MICA Trustee since 2015, who was unanimously elected Chair of MICA’s Board! Read more
What’s Science Without Art?

MICA was recently highlighted in SpaceDaily for a long standing partnership with NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland. “Art gives science the ability to be more widely learned and more accessible to a wider audience.” Read more
The Impact of a MICA Student

Mirian Fuentes Romero ’22 (Graphic Design BFA) won the Shop Maryland Tax Free Scholarship for utilizing her artistic skills to help two small businesses, close to her heart, persevere during the pandemic. Watch the full video 
Making a Difference One Children’s Book at a Time

Keva M. Richardson ’22 (Art Education MAT) recently illustrated the new children’s book, The Amazing World of STEM, where she was not only using her talents as an artist, but also able to make “a social statement.” Read more
The Hidden Truth About a Popular Neighborhood

Ashley Minner ’05 ’11 (General Fine Arts BFA, Community Arts MFA), a member of the Native American Lumbee Tribe herself, has taken on the task of uncovering the real history of Upper Fells Point in Baltimore, and sharing stories of the Lumbee people that once lived there. Read more
Alumni-Owned Business Spotlight— Eric Moore Ceramics
Eric Moore ’19 (Ceramics BFA)

Eric is currently working as a pottery manager at Miranda Thomas Pottery and takes a great amount of inspiration from the techniques that Miranda has learned and passed down from the famous English potter Michael Cardew. He wants to make work that holds both simplicity and elegance while maintaining functionality. To achieve this he creates simple forms with an emphasis on surface design, whether that is material understandings of wild clay slips and glazes, or traditional brush markings. Check it out! 

Head to the MICA alumni Instagram for a special giveaway! 

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Reclaiming Narratives
November 18, 2020 2pm EST

Sukyun Lee, Graduate Liberal Arts Faculty, and ELL Specialist, will moderate a panel with linguists, scholars, social designers, interculturalists, and storytellers, discussing reclaiming our narratives through the power of storytelling. Register here
Latela Curatorial x Artsy “Women in the Arts” Online Exhibition
October 12- November 22, 2020

This exhibit features 102 women artists working across multiple media from DC, MD & VA, including a handful of MICA alumni. All work will be exhibited by themes or “viewing rooms” and accompanied by full weeks of online programming, including artist talks, studio visits, etc. See more
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Jesse Satterfield '15 '16 (Fiber BFA, Critical Studies MA)
NonObjective Queer Content: MetaTorso Textile #16
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