MICA Alum featured in exhibition

Callee McCosby exhibits new work in online showcase…

Sunlight Ladies – Callee McCosby

MICA Photo is proud to announce that Calle McCosby (Class of 2019) is being featured in an online group exhibition entitled, “EARTH MOTHER / MOTHER EARTH“. The show is being hosted by Don’t Smile, a space devoted to showcasing photography by women artists. A statement by the curator follows:

“On this Earth Day, April, 22, 2020, Earth Mother/Mother Earth elevates images of women, animals, and the land during an era of ecological peril.

Our ancestral roles as healers, water-gatherers, creators, and givers of life, make us inherently tied to the Earth and her ecosystems. We also share in the oppression of our bodies, voices, and creations.

The images in Earth/Mother Mother Earth come from women artists of diverse backgrounds and varied artistic approaches. Grandmother, gardener, or goddess, these photographs celebrate women and our reverence for this planet we call home.” –Noelle McCleaf, curator

Please take a moment to visit the site, and enjoy the exhibition. Congratulations, Callee!

Earth/Mother Mother Earth

MICA Photo Alum to show at Ground Floor Gallery

Anna Friemoth Exhibition Opens March 6…

I’m delighted to invite you to my upcoming solo show featuring my Vertigo series at Ground Floor Gallery in Brooklyn.

Vertigo is a series of self-portraits that stretches the pictorial image into an abstraction of its form. It’s an experiment with light and color, blended with circular shapes and distortions. 

Please join me at the opening reception on Friday, March 6th from 6-8pm.

I will be in residence at the gallery interacting with visitors about my show from Saturday, March 7th – Tuesday, March 10th from 1pm – 6pm.

Ground Floor Gallery
343 5th Street
Brooklyn, New York 11215

MICA alum places as finalist in “Mack First Book Award”

Nina Perlman named as finalist…

MICA Photo is proud to announce that Nina Perlman (class of 2014) has been named as a finalist in the “Mack First Book Award”.

The MACK First Book Award is a publishing prize open to artists who have not previously had a book published. The award was established in 2012 to support emerging artists and bodies of work that find a voice through the book form.

Each year, our jury creates a shortlist of the ten best submissions. The winner will receive the opportunity to collaborate with MACK in publishing their book project. The winning book will be announced and launched at Photo London in May 2020, alongside an exhibition of the work at Somerset House.

We congratulate Nina on her nomination, and wish her well in the upcoming final selection phase of the process! For more information, please visit the link below:


Alumni Panel next Monday

MICA Photo welcomes the Annual Alumni Panel discussion…

L to R: Akea Brown, Erin Scott Fender, and Zeina Zeitoun

MICA Photo is pleased to announce a special evening of discussions with our power-house alumni panel for this year. On Monday, November 25th at 4:00PM in M110, we will welcome back Akea Brown (Class of 2018), Erin Scott Fender (Class of 2016) , Zeina Zeitoun (Class of 2017) to give an informed look at professional life as an artist after graduation. Refreshments provided after the panel discussion. Please come, and bring your questions for the panel!


Monday, November 25th4:00 pm – 7:00 pm • Main Building • M110

MICA Photo alum showing in Baltimore

New exhibition by Callee Jo McCosby at Flip Gallery…

MICA Photo is pleased to announce that Callee Jo McCosby (Class of 2109) is showing new work, “Sublime Woman”, at the Flip Gallery in Baltimore. An opening reception is being held this coming Saturday, Sept. 14 from 7-10 pm. We encourage everyone to stop in and see the exhibition. The show is running through September 30th. Congratulations, Callee!

MICA Photo Student/Alum featured in upcoming exhibition

Faith Couch and Lola Flash to show together in Philadelphia exhibition…

MICA Photo is pleased to announce that Faith Couch (Class of 2019), and alumna Lola Flash (Class of 1981) are exhibiting new work for the show “In Conversation – Visual Meditations on Black Masculinity”. The exhibition will be held at the African American Museum in Philadelphia. Special thanks to Stuart B. Cooper and Endowed Chair Deb Willis. Congratulations!