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

Wilgus Gallery Opening Tonight

Callee McCosby’s exhibition opening reception tonight…

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┬áMICA Photo and the Wilgus Gallery are pleased to announce the opening reception for Callee McCosby’s new body of work, “To Joseph, Love Jo”. The reception is tonight, Wednesday 4/11/18, from 8-9 p.m. The Wilgus Gallery is located on the ground floor of the Main Building at MICA, 1300 W. Mount Royal Ave., Baltimore, MD 21217.
Image courtesy of Callee McCosby