Regina DeLuise to be featured in Faculty Exhibition

Come See Regina DeLuise’s work in the MICA Faculty Show…


MICA Faculty ExhibitionFriday, September 23 – Sunday, October 16
Reception: Friday, September 23, 5:00 – 7:00 pm
Decker and Meyerhoff & Pinkard Galleries

Colette Veasey-Cullors to be featured in upcoming group exhibition

Deborah Colton Gallery presents Tribute:

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Deborah Colton Gallery is pleased to present Tribute: Women Artists of the African Diaspora, a selection of works by established African and African American women artists working in painting, sculpture, works on paper, video, photography and installation from the 1970’s to the present, in collaboration with Community Artists’ Collective. Some of the artists included in the exhibition are Ann Johnson, Jean Lacy, Annette Lawrence, Delita Pinchback Martin, Sondra Perry, Alison Saar, Kaneem Smith, Renee Stout, Colette Veasey-Cullors and Erika Walker.

An opening reception on Saturday, September 17th will take place with many of the artists in attendance. Deborah Colton Gallery is graciously supporting the Community Artists’ Collective with this exhibition to launch a series of exhibitions on women of African Diaspora in celebration of their 30th anniversary that will take place in April of 2017.


September 17 to November 5, 2016

Opening Reception:

Saturday, September 17th – 6:00 to 9:00 pm

                               “Erzulie” 2015, Renée Stout        
Acrylic paint, mixed media, found objects.      
53″ x 48″ x 5″      
Photo: Courtesy of  Deborah Colton Gallery      

New lenses now available for checkout!

New glass for new photographs…


MICA Photo is pleased to announce several new lens purchases that we now have available for you to check out from the Photo Crib. Above you will see that we now have from Nikon three new prime lenses: a 20mm f/2.8, a 35mm f/1.8, and an 85mm f/1.4. These new lenses are especially good for photographing in low-light situations, and/or for obtaining a shallow depth of field.

We also have several new lenses for our Sony cameras as well. Pictured above, you will see the wide 16-35mm zoom lens, the wide 28mm f/2.0, and the “standard” 50mm f/1.8. We have two of the 50mm lenses which will also work great for shooting video.


And last, but not least, we have a new Canon 50mm f/1.4 lens for the new Canon 6D camera we just purchased. This lens is great in low-light too, and is a fantastic lens for video as well.  So come by the Photo Crib and see all the new things we have for you to borrow. New equipment can help you to see in a whole new way, and it’s also a great opportunity to try out equipment that you may want to have for your own in the future.

New lighting possibilities…

New flash units available for check-out!



We have some new lighting to tell you about…

First, we have created six small flash kits for you to borrow that are extremely useful for light-weight, on-the-go, shooting situations. Each kit contains a flash with a built-in infra-red slave trigger, a remote controlled radio flash trigger & receiver, light stand with grounding spikes, umbrella, umbrella/flash holder,  mini gels, bounce flash attachment, and even a removable grid spot for controlling the light beam.  This versatile kit comes contained in a single, over-the shoulder bag that weighs only a couple of pounds!

Second, we have purchased another new Dynalite Baja Strobe kit. This adds to the two other Baja kits we currently have for loaner use. The Baja Kit is a powerful, versatile, portable flash kit with two 400 Watt strobe heads in each kit. These versatile kits are AC/DC compatible and are great for location shooting where a power outlet is not an option. The heads have a small modeling light, and they can be discharged using a remote trigger. Each head has a detachable reflector that can accommodate a set of included grid spots. All kits come with an instruction guide.

We also received a donated Nikon SB-24 Speedlight flash. This flash unit expands our inventory of off-camera flashes, and is very easy to use in the “manual” mode. So come by, and get all “FLASHY”!


Wilgus Gallery: Call for Entries

The Wilgus Gallery is currently seeking entries for solo shows…


Please submit your materials & info to the email listed above, and best of luck to you all!

New cameras available in the Photo Crib

Several new cameras are now available to borrow from the Crib…


We wanted to let you all know that we have some “new” 35mm cameras, as well as a brand new “full-frame” digital camera available for check-out at the Photo Crib. The 35 mm cameras are “new to us”, and expand our choices for quality 35mm cameras.

The “NEW” camera we are excited about is the new Canon 6-D full frame digital camera with a 24-105mm f/4 zoom lens. With the addition of this camera body, we now offer full-frame digital shooting options on the Nikon, Sony, and now the Canon camera systems. This new Canon camera does still imagery as well as hi-res video. It features a 20.2MP Full-Frame CMOS Sensor, a 4.5 fps shooting rate at full resolution, and is able to record full HD 1080p video at 30 fps.

We also have recently purchased a “fast” prime lens for this camera…a Canon EF 50mm f/1.4 USM lens. This lens is great for shooting in low-light situations, and works great for video too. Please stop by the Photo Crib to get your hands on these great new additions to our loaner inventory. Keep your eyes on the blog for more new equipment announcements…!



The Student Space Gallery program seeks student submissions for solo exhibitions

“Student Space Gallery” call for entries…

unnamedThe Student Space Gallery program provides all students with the opportunity to apply for a solo exhibition in one of our four student galleries (Meyerhoff Piano Gallery, Pinkard, Gateway 1, and Gateway 2). We value this as a great professional development opportunity that enables our students to go through the process of applying for, planning, and installing a solo exhibition.
We are currently seeking applicants for the spring semester, so please distribute this information to your department! We appreciate your support getting the word out so we can continue to have strong, diverse, and innovative student-led exhibitions.

SSG applications are due Monday, October 3rd at 4 pm and must be submitted online at

Career Development will be hosting an SSG Application Preparation Workshop on Wednesday, September 21st from 12-1 pm in Bunting 110 to help applicants put together their proposals.