Posts tagged ‘MICA’
Understanding shelter and security in new ways at MICA’s Under Cover exhibit.
For 40 years, Douglas Frost served on the faculty and as Vice President for Development at the Maryland Institute College of Art. Today he tells Tom about his book, “Making History, Making Art: MICA.”
What does it really mean when students learn ‘community engagement’ in college?
Tom talks to two organizers of MICA’s “Baltimore: Open City” exhibition about what physical objects and public policies can make a city welcoming.
Art students try their hand at a new medium: radio.
MICA design faculty Inna Alesina and Ellen Lupton have a new book called Exploring Materials. They tell Tom how design can be revitalized by trading software and pencils for foam, wood, and wire.
It’s not a fashion show, its a fashion event!