MICA Film Events

SUNDAY, 3/1 @ 4PM-7PM, PARKWAY THEATER
FILM + ANIMATION FESTIVAL, hosted by Lilly Sparks + Christina Fidler

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MONDAY, 3/2 @ 7PM, PARKWAY THEATER

LARRY HOTT, documentary filmmaker, screening with Q & A, intro by Allen Moore and Shawn Chia

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THURSDAY, MARCH 5TH @ 7PM, LAZARUS AUDITORIUM
ALAN LICHT, artist, musician and author, intro by Jason Sloan
Sponsored by Interactive Arts and the Sound Art Concentration

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EXHIBITION @ THE FILM CENTRE
IT’S UP…COME CHECK OUT CRISPY CORPSE
PROJECT SPACE, FILM CENTRE, RM.226
2/26-3/31

An exhibition curated by MICA Film and Video Seniors,
reception details coming soon 

THIS EVENING: Robert Houston at MICA Photo

Discussion with visiting artist, Robert Houston…

MICA Photo is honored to present a discussion with Robert Houston about his life & work this evening, October 28th at 4PM in M010. Robert will show a sample of his work, and take questions from attendees. Please come join the discussion with this important artist. We look forward to seeing you this evening!

Schedule change

MICA Photo to be closed 1/18/19…

Notice: The MICA Photo labs will be closed tomorrow, 1/17/19. We will reopen for the new semester on Tuesday, January 22 at 8:30AM. We apologize in advance for any inconvenience. Enjoy your MLK Jr. holiday!

MICA Photo faculty featured in Greensboro exhibition

Regina Deluise showing at Greensboro Project Space…

MICA Photo is pleased to announce that MICA Photo faculty member, Regina DeLuise is participating in a group photography exhibition, “Picture : Books”,  this month in Greensboro, North Carolina. Her work is being shown with photographers Mary Ellen Bartley, and Curt Richer. Details about the exhibition are featured below. Kudos, Regina!

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Open Studies Summer class

Upcoming Summer class (3 credits) offered through Open Studies…Register now!

INTERDISCIPLINARY METHODS IN PHOTOGRAPHY  PH 327:

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Nick Simko| Mon/Tues/Wed/Thurs/Fri | 9am – 1pm | May 16 – June 7 | 16 sessions | 3 credits | $1,650

Course Description:

Using photography as a point of entry, this course will explore the complex roles that photographic image-making plays across disciplines. Students will be assigned thematic projects that consider a wide variety of interdisciplinary approaches, including but not limited to: process-based image-making, performance and the camera, images as sculptural objects, text and image, photo-as-design, experimental processes, bookmaking, digital imaging techniques, video, and site-specific installation. Each student will cultivate their own practical, conceptual, and material methods in response to in-class technical instruction, artist presentations, readings, class discussions, and critique. The course will culminate in a self-directed final project that reflects each student’s personal engagement with photography in relation to their own interdisciplinary practice. Prerequisites: No prerequisite. Open to all disciplines.  Note: No class on May 28.

Above still: Janine Antoni, Touch, 2002, Color video, sound (projection); 9:36 min. loop