Welcome to the MICA Photography Department
MICA Photo is pleased to announce the upcoming reception for the opening of Jay Gould’s new exhibition, “Extreme Materials & Conditions”. This show is part of Jay’s collaborative effort with the HEMI/MICA artist-in-residence at Hopkins. This video gives an a glimpse of the work that Jay has been doing with the lab a Hopkins. Please come and attend the opening reception, and kudos to Jay for this outstanding collaboration!
MICA Photo is pleased to announce the current show in the Wilgus Gallery:
The internship primarily provides a platform and budget for emerging arts scholars to design, research, and produce an issue of our annual intern publication, Scroll. Each year, the intern team works together to identify a theme relating to the mission and history of the museum. Interns then spend the majority of their time working on their Scroll issue under the guidance of museum staff.
Additionally, the position is an opportunity for individuals to learn about the operation of a nomadic, non-collecting museum focused on site-specific and subject-oriented projects in Baltimore. Interns will work closely with our small staff to carry out projects and facilitate our additional programming such as our Speaker Series that brings internationally-recognized artists, critics, curators, and art professionals to Baltimore.
The Contemporary offers each intern a stipend of $1000 and a production budget for Scroll. Academic credit may be arranged with the intern’s college/university. Student status, however, is not a prerequisite for consideration.
Complete the application here!
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April 26, 2017
6:00 – 9:00 PM
For additional questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
MICA Photo major Landon Green was recently featured on The Baltimore Sun’s “The Darkroom”!
Check out Landon’s feature here!
“Faith Couch, Instagram handle blackpowerprincess, is a photographer using the medium to highlight both the political and the personal, developing (in her words) “intimacy between the viewer and her works.” Examining what it is to identify as a Black, American woman via relationships with her friends as well as creating political works, Couch wants to “reinvent the image of Blackness through her photographs.” The results are amazing.” – text courtesy of “Catalogue” magazine.