"Hosting research fellows at MICA expands the dialogue about creative practice and research, and broadens our sense of an academic community through meaningful and productive relationships with those from other countries and cultures," Vice Provost for Research and Graduate Studies Gwynne Keathley said.
The Low-Residency / Studio Art MFA class of 2013 thesis exhibition runs from June 28th–July 13th in the Sheila & Richard Riggs and Leidy galleries in the Graduate Studio Center at 131 W. North Ave. and the Decker and Meyerhoff galleries in the Fox Building at 1303 W. Mount Royal Ave.
Keathley brings to the vice provost for research and graduate studies position 15 years of experience with extensive knowledge and expertise in the creation of art and design curricula as well as the management of educational programs at colleges of art and design.
Graduate Research Development Grants are small grants awarded twice a year to current MFA, MA and Post-Bac students, up to $500, designed to further research and creative projects. Additional funding is made possible each year from the proceeds of the Masters Art Sale, an annual sale of graduate student art work. Congratulations to this Spring's eleven recipients. We look forward to finding opportunities for these students to share the good work that will undoubtedly come from their varied experiences.We are excited to announce that we have added a third granting cycle - with applications due Friday, July 26th.For more information about application requirements, contact the Office of Graduate Studies at email@example.com
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The Office of Graduate Studies presents the Visiting Artist Lecture Series. MICA's graduate programs hos a diverse array of national and international artists, designers, art experts, curators, and writers. Visiting artists engage students in critiques and discussion and give a lecture open to the ful graduate community.
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