Bard in Berlin’s 2020 Summer Studio explores the theme of “transmissions” across a range of conceptual and material artistic practices that bridge analog and digital media—from mail art to cinematic dispatches, radio broadcast to live-feed video. Set against the backdrop of Berlin’s cultural history, this class engages the legacies of art and technology at the Bauhaus (1919-1933) where the traditional arts were integrated with emergent forms in photographic, machinic, and communications media.
The Student Space Gallery program is now accepting applications for Fall 2020 Solo Exhibitions, as well as Undergraduate Jury Members.
Student Space Gallery Exhibition Application MICA’s Student Space Gallery program is now accepting applications for Fall 2020 exhibitions! Interested applicants are encouraged to attend the SSG Information Session and Prep Workshop on Tuesday, March 3 from 12-1PM in Main 110 to learn more about the SSG program and gain insight into how to submit a high quality application. Pizza will be provided! Applications for Fall 2020 are due on March 30 at 4PM.
For more information and to apply, visit mica.edu/ssg or email the Student Space Gallery Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org.Student Space Gallery Juror ApplicationAre you interested in curating student exhibitions on campus? Apply now to be on the 2020-21 Undergraduate Student Space Gallery Jury! The priority deadline for applications is March 3 at 4PM. For more information and to apply, visit mica.edu/ilead or email the Student Space Gallery Manager at email@example.com.
Our program is a contemporary, nimble, intergenerational residency open to as young as juniors in college to those who haven’t received national recognition of their work.
Here are some brief points to summarize who we are and what we offer:
The School is an incubator of inclusive and expansive programming in the visual arts composed of workshops and one-on-one time with mentors covering all media. We encourage collaboration, exploration and experimentation. It is a brave place to speak freely, think, make and grow artistic practices.
The curriculum intentionally breaks apart the traditional methods that silo disciplines from each other. Our program is open to all media.
We embrace a full range of studio and pragmatic studies including professional development for artists, the art of pedagogy, writing in the 21st century, archiving and the relevance of art history today.
International students are welcome from far and wide.
Every mentor and myself reviews every application and those who are not accepted into our program receive feedback on their application.
Our application is super easy: 8 images, information about each image, resume and names of three references. The application is also a professional practice exercise, too, including questions for the artist to think about who they are as artists and their work.
We have wonderful partnerships with schools, museums and other institutions, creating a coalition of those who believe in contemporary pedagogy for artists. They also support their students tremendously. The coalition is built to share our resources from Chautauqua but also between all of the members.
We have funding: last year I was able to fully pay for every student who asked for aid (36 people!) and those who did not ask for aid, I was able to give them partial scholarships (2 people).
Conveyor Studios seeks submissions for “Mercuria“…
From the systematic to the subjective, Mercury makes an appearance across diverse fields of inquiry, creating connections between starkly disparate disciplines. From astrology to geology and from myth to medicine, this elusive quicksilver is the source of the word mercurial. The call for submissions is open to any medium and the theme is mercurial. While the theme is open to interpretation, we are exploring ideas related to alchemy, androgyny, astrology (think Mercury Rx), environmental issues (unpredictable, climate change), geology, mythology, and space travel (think Mercury 7).
Students may apply for all three programs using one application
The priority deadline to apply is January 15 (11:59pm)All applications must be submitted by March 1 (11:59pm)
The Governor’s Summer Internship Program (GSIP) introduces Maryland’s best and brightest college students to the challenges and rewards of working within state government. Fellows are paid a stipend of $3,500 for their participation in the program.
The Sondheim Nonprofit Leadership Program introduces Maryland’s undergraduate and graduate students to the nonprofit sector. Fellows are paid a stipend of $3,500 for their participation in the program.
The Maryland Department of Transportation (MDOT) Fellows Program exposes Maryland’s college students to careers in the state sector within Maryland’s integrative transportation system. Fellows of all majors are placed in full-time assignments in one of MDOT’s units, mentored by senior-level administrators.
With the knowledge gained at their placements, and through seminars, trips, and networking, fellows research and create a proposal to solve a transportation challenge. The program is administered by the Shriver Center in conjunction with the Office of the Secretary of Transportation.
Fellows are paid a stipend of $3,500 for their participation in the program.