MICA Grad Show 2015

We invite you to join the next generation of creative thinkers—artists, designers, educators, curators and critics—as they demonstrate the power and possibilities of contemporary art and design.

MICA Grad Show 2015 includes exhibitions and critiques, gallery talks and presentations, public programs, a symposium, and student-curated installations throughout Baltimore city.

Join us for a season of innovative and inspiring events and exhibitions featuring the culminating work of more than 150 of MICA’s graduate students from the College’s internationally renowned programs.

Schedule of Events

Ongoing throughout the Spring

  • Curatorial Practice, MFA

January 23–February 8
February 13–March 1
March 6–March 22

  • Teaching, MA: Show I
    Opening Reception: Friday, January 23, 5-7PM
    Teaching, MA: Show II
    Opening Reception: Friday, February 13, 5-7PM
    Teaching, MA: Show III
    Opening Reception: Friday, March 6, 5-7PM

March 27–April 12

Opening Reception: Friday, March 27, 5-7PM

  • Graphic Design, MFA
  • Illustration Practice, MFA
  • Post Baccalaureate Certificate in Fine Art
  • Post Baccalaureate Certificate in Graphic Design

April 17–May 3

Opening Reception: Friday, April 17, 5-7PM

  • Community Arts, MFA
  • LeRoy E. Hoffberger School of Painting, MFA
  • Mount Royal School of Art, MFA
  • Photographic and Electronic Media, MFA
  • Rinehart School of Sculpture, MFA

May 1 TBD

  • Social Design, MA
    Social Design Exchange: Perspectives from the Class of 2015
    BBOX at the Gateway,
    Maryland Institute College of Art
    .

May 2 May 16

  • Critical Studies, MA
    Narratives of Modernity, Contemporaneity, and Desire
    Symposium at the Walters Art Museum
    .

June 27–July 11

Closing Reception: Friday, July 10, 5-7PM

  • Studio Art, MFA

July 26–31

Opening Reception: Friday, July 31, 6-7:30pm

  • Art Education, MA

Participating Galleries

art

Apparitions

Apparitions evokes the liminal interval where transient light becomes a momentary image, appearing in a space and perhaps in one’s imagination. Capturing this fluctuating light (where my bedroom operated like a giant camera obscura) the work conjures the ephemeral and posits a space for projections - real and possible, fleeting yet palpable.

To watch video documentation of the work, please click on the following link: https://vimeo.com/127632305