Career Development welcomes prospective employers to MICA

Career Development announces a bounty of potential employment opportunities with local & national companies…

Welcome to the new school year!

The Career Development Offices is looking forward to welcoming visiting employers to campus!  Below is a list of upcoming Employer Visit Days.  The employers listed below will be on campus to give presentations, conduct interviews, or both.  Full details can be found

Upcoming Employer Visits:


Higher Achievement

Volunteer opportunity to help close the achievement gap, providing academic support to local middle school students.  Great for all majors, especially those interested in education.


Interviews: Application Deadline: Sept 6; Interviews: Sept 19



  1. Rowe Price

A PAID internship with T. Rowe Price’s graphic design department.  T. Rowe has had 1-2 MICA interns every semester for the past few years, this is a great opportunity to work in-house and get paid for your internship hours.


Interviews: Application Deadline: Sept 8; Interviews: Sept 22




Ajilon for Under Armour

A PAID part time, temporary job, working for Under Armour at an upcoming conference.  All majors and programs!

Interviews: Application Deadline: Sept 12; Interviews: Sept 26




Under Armour’s Summer Internship Program

Learn about Under Armour’s 2017 Summer League internship program!


Presentation: Sept 30, 12-1PM, Leake Lecture Hall (at the back of Founder’s Green)




Imaginary Forces

Imaginary Forces is the studio behind the motion graphics for television shows including Jessica Jones, Mad Men, Boardwalk Empire, and Outlander.  Summer internship opportunities are available for designers, 2d & 3d Animators, Motion Graphics Artists, and 3D generalists.

Interviews: Application Deadline: Sept 19; Interviews: Oct 3


Presentation: Oct 3, 12-1PM, Brown 320



Stay tuned for more Employer Visits this fall:

Abercrombie & Fitch: October 10th

The Central Intelligence Agency: October 20th

Stanley Black & Decker: October 31st

The Peace Corps: November 7th

The Creative Group: November 11th

Herman Maril Foundation: November 14th

Maryland Art Place: November 21st


All are welcome to attend!  Grab your lunch, join us and learn about opportunities.  These presentations are for students of all levels from all departments and majors.


Please refer to the document attached for instructions on how to apply for an on-campus interview.  Remember, you must have an approved resume in MICAnetwork to apply for these interviews, so plan ahead!

Please note that interviews are competitive and selections are made by the visiting employer, not the Career Development Office.  If you are granted and interview, and fail to attend that interview, your access to Employer Visit Days will be frozen until you write a letter of apology to the employer in question.

Questions?   Email: Megan Rogers at

Wilgus Gallery seeks student curators

Wilgus Gallery needs photo majors to curate exhibitions…




The Wilgus Gallery (the only student run gallery space at MICA) is seeking photo majors to become part of the committee that curates, juries, and administers the Wilgus Gallery space in the Photography Department. If you are looking for experience in curatorial studies and/or would like to work in a gallery or museum after you graduate, then this opportunity to work on the Wilgus Gallery Committee is a good way to gain valuable experience for your resumé. Use contact information above to get more information.

Open Studies class being offered for Professional Practices in Photo

Learn vital professional skills in this class geared for photographers…


CSPD 253: Professional Practice in Art: Strategies for Independent Working Artists. This seminar class on professional practices in the art world today will conduct an overview of the business of art, strategic planning, goal setting, social media/branding online, creating publishing and exhibition opportunities, grant proposals, and the marketing of art. Students will gain professional practice skills and learn tools necessary to survive in the real art world. Class meets August 29, 2016 to December 12, 2016 face-to-face on Monday from 6:30 PM to 9:30 PM.

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Remember…Open Studies classes are offered free of charge to any full-time student who has not surpassed the maximum allotted credits for that particular semester. Contact your advisor for information on how to register for Open Studies classes!

“Communication Arts” 2017 student call for entries…

Communication Arts” announces it’s 2017 Student Showcase with a call for entries. This is the 3rd annual Student Showcase, and MICA Photo encourages you to enter.  Hit this link for more info on submission deadlines, etc:

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FYI…MICA Photo is open 8:30AM-4PM

MICA Photo’s Late Summer Schedule…

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MICA Photo will now be open from 8:30AM – 4:00PM, Monday – Friday until regular classes resume on August 29th. Please adjust your schedules accordingly. We are closing early to accommodate our cleaning schedule for the department. Certain areas may be closed during the day to allow for cleaning. We apologize in advance for any inconvenience.

Shane Smith (BFA Photo Class of ’15) featured in an interview with “THE FADER”

Shane Smith interviewed for The Fader Magazine…

MICA Photo is proud to announce that our own Shane Smith (class of 2015) is being featured in an interview with the cutting-edge magazine, The Fader. Shane posted on Facebook:

“Been reading The FADER interviews with my favorite musicians for years, super humbling to be featured as a visual artist.”



To read the interview, check out the link below:

To visit Shane’s website, hit:

To view some of Shane’s previous work with The Fader, hit:


galleriesDarkest before the dawn… the earliest citation of this saying was by a man named Thomas Fuller in the year 1650. The saying was meant to express to people that situations always seem the worst that they could possibly be, right before the circumstances change for the better. This fits with this exhibition because for many years dark colors have widely represented feelings such as depression and gloominess; but this exhibition will bring to the forefront what elegant and mystifying beauty dark colors offer. Artists will be asked to use dark colors, within their selected medium, to express elated exquisiteness.

This exhibition will be on display from November 10th – December 17th at the Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts Openshaw Balcony Gallery located on the 3rd floor of Maryland Hall (801 Chase St, Annapolis, MD 21401). The opening reception will be November 10th from 5:30 PM – 7:00 PM.

With this exhibition we are looking to showcase up-and-coming artists that are dedicated to showcasing their work to diverse audiences. We look to create an imaginative setting to display the artwork in-order for it to receive the highest degree of appreciation.

If you are interested in submitting your work for this exhibition please download and complete the Call for Entry form down below. Once completed, email Thomas James at with your completed form and photos of work for review. Mohammed Gafar will guest juror this exhibition. Please email Thomas James for any questions or concerns as well.




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