Congrats to 2nd Yr MTRs on Grad Show III Exhibition at MICA!!!

Congrats to 2nd Yr MTRs on Grad Show III at MICA!! Dates: April 19th-May5th. Reception: April 27th, 2019 5-8:30pm. Tours with Curatorial Fellows leaving from Riggs & Leidy Galleries next Saturday 6pm + 7pm. More photos coming soon.

Grad Show III combines thesis works students from five MICA MFA graduate departments: Community Arts MFA, LeRoy E. Hoffberger School of Painting, Mount Royal School of Art, Photographic and Electronic Media, and Rinehart School of Sculpture. Located across multiple galleries on and off campus, the work was organized by curators Darren Jones & Manuela Paz. - 2019.micagradshow

Mt. Royal Class of 2019. Amy Wetsch, Chiang Tai, JaeJoon (Jay) Jang, Julia Clouser, Justin Stafford, Lauren Crawford, Misha Ilin, Nadia Rea Morales, Sicheng Wang, Sun Woo Jung, Yue Zhou, Zachary Titford.


Congrats to Ben Chatag'20 on group show in NYC!

Congrats to Ben Chatag'20 on group show in NYC! April 1st-May 1st at the Hewitt Gallery of Art.

“Psychogeography" explores artists’ responses to place [and displacement] in real and imagined spaces. From the psychic to the specific, from recollection to recording, the works in this exhibit recreate the power of place in the human imagination.

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Congrats to Amy Wetsch on featured Velocity article!

Congrats to Amy Wetsch on featured Velocity (Volume 2/Issue 2/Spring'19) article! "When Art & Science Collide" pg.15 in collaboration with HEMI/MICA Extreme Arts Summer opportunity.

“I didn’t expect artists and scientists to be so similar. Despite some language barriers, we are both really creative beings and problem solvers who are always improvising and innovating, and not afraid of failure.” - Working with Professor Sarah Hörst, Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences at JHU.


Congratulations to Fall'18 AIR Siobhan Liddell on NY Times Feature!

Congratulations to Fall'18 AIR Siobhan Liddell on NY Times Feature!

Ms. Liddell’s artworks involve little in the way of fine materials or recognizable skills, while being visibly handmade. Her exhibition at the gallery of Sam Gordon and Jacob Robichaux is, as usual, a menagerie of disparate, modestly sized, oddly poetic things spread about the space, and it feels initially a little like stepping into an aquarium. - Roberta Smith, Co-Chief Art Critic New York Times

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Student Profile: Tony Lugo ('20)! #firstyearfriday

Check out this work by 1st yr Tony Lugo'20! Pattern Recognition + Confirmation Bias + 128GB DDR3 + Markov + Arnaz + Remote Desktop + Indeterminate + Consumerism = Tony Lugo™. Click photo to see more. ⬇⬇⬇

1 - Warpi2-E0013C – 24 x 36 in – Dye sublimation on aluminum - 2019

2 - Warpi2-9394 – 20 x 36 in – Dye sublimation on aluminum - 2019

3 - Gen2-14041406 – 20 x 30 in – Dye sublimation on aluminum - 2019

Congrats to Lauren Crawford ('19) on 77Art Fellowship Program in Vermont!

Congrats to 2nd yr Lauren Crawford on 77Art Fellowship program in Vermont!!! Dates: August-September, 2019. Site:

“I collect prosaic materials that are ubiquitous to a region I inhabit or that which is intrinsically tied to a certain decade or place. Linoleum tile, textiles, wallpaper, molds and building materials all have resonance in my work that references the underlying historical narrative of culture and how it is subverted and decays over time. By provoking the familiar, my work hovers between the past and present, and the personal to the collective. The overlaying of times coupled with a degenerative quality excavates the tradition of linear notions of temporality. My work responds to regional architecture, diagnosing its singular abasing history to that which can be observed and reflected upon.” - LC @hopelessidealist_1

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Student Profile: Sicheng Wang ('19)! #secondyearsunday

Check out this work by Sicheng Wang ('19)! His artwork is about alienation and hesitation of youth, and the bittersweetness of living foreign land in Baltimore. - @vangschichen

1. Baltimore Project, (working in progress), video, 2019.

2. East Lake 2, oil on canvas, 2019.

3. East Lake, oil on canvas, 2018.

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Sicheng is also on group show at Gallery CA! Dates: March 6-26th. Opening: March 9th, 5-8pm. Curated by curated by Tracey Jen for her MICA Curatorial Practice Thesis Exhibition. Featuring Beth Lo, Hung-Chang Huang, and Adam Chau.


Congrats Phaan Howng'15 on Installation "E.N.D.O." at SPRING/BREAK Art Show in NYC!

Congrats Phaan Howng'15 on installation E.N.D.O. (Eternal Navigators of Doom Organization) at SPRING/BREAK Art Show in NYC! Booth 33, 866 United Nations Plaza. Curated by visiting artist (VC) Betsy Johnson. Dates: March 5th - 11th, 2019. Artworks are available exclusively for purchase on until May 1, 2019.

ENDO (The Eternal Navigators of Doom Organization) is anorganization whose mission is to help organization members survive and live in the post-apocalpyse. - PH

Congrats to Miguel Braceli'20 on Artist Workshop at MICA!

Congrats to 1st yr Miguel Braceli'20 on artist workshop "BodyHouse: Ephemeral Structures in Public Space" at MICA! Dates: Saturdays 9-1pm. 3/30/2019, 4/06/2019, 4/13/2019, & 4/20/2019.

BodyHouse aims to build a shelter from and for the body, studying the minimum living space we need as an individual versus the minimum space that we need as a society. This project seeks to make visible the dimensions of these spaces and the housing problem in Baltimore, approaching themes related to migration and homelessness. The students will be part of a collaborative project to create a large-scale installation that will develop through a collective performance in public space. - Miguel Braceli

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