Artwork and curatorial projects by MICA alumni and faculty make headlines
Posted 03.31.12 by mica communications
- Fiber Alumni
- Interdisciplinary Sculpture
- Interdisciplinary Sculpture Alumni
- Painting Faculty
Throughout March, MICA alumni and faculty made headlines in many national news outlets for their groundbreaking work and curatorial projects. Here are some of the highlights:
READ: Art in America writes that painting faculty member Jo Smail's paintings "continue to challenge the limits."
READ: Washington Post calls the yarn and embroidered paper work of Emily Barletta '03 (fiber) a "scene-stealer" at the Maryland Art Place's Sum of All Parts exhibition.
Gaia's mural in the Station North Arts & Entertainment District kicked off the Open Walls Baltimore project.