»MICA's Undergrad Printmaking Dept's day-to-day…

Cannonball Press October 24!

Department — faculty @ 1:59 pm, Wednesday, October 15th, 2014

cannonballpress-poster (1)



Alloverstreet Art Walk

cool,Exhibitions,FUN! — KVH @ 1:57 pm, Thursday, October 9th, 2014

Alloverstreet Banner

Process Collective Presents:
ALLOVERSTREET – October 10, 2014 7-10pm
A monthly evening of simultaneous openings and events spanning the many arts spaces of East Oliver Street in The Station North Arts and Entertainment District.

Alloverstreet (City Paper’s “Best Art Walk that Doesn’t Suck” 2014) is back with the biggest and best installment to date. This month’s event features 10 exhibitions and events spanning 9 arts spaces. This Alloverstreet will introduce an art walk hub at Area 405’s outdoor dock with food, music and information about the night’s event including a new printed gallery guide and self-guided tour map. Additionally, from 8-10, visitors can enjoy a free ride from Alloverstreet to the Idling @ Dusk event at Penn Station and back in a designated taxi cab; a collaboration between Alloverstreeet and Living Station Nights. Alloverstreet exhibitions and events include:

Area 405
Bruun Studios at Area 405 presents Autumn Leaves
An exhibition of portraits and words about 49 individuals age 50 or older; featuring visual work by Peter Bruun, Zoë Charlton, Ian MacLean Davis, Tiffany Jones,Ernest Shaw, E.L. Briscoe, Nicole Buckingham Kern, and Paris Johnson; and writing by Jen Grow, Steven Leyva, Laura Schovan, Kevin Griffin Moreno, Nakia Brown (aka “Fire Angelou”), Jeremy Chase-Israel, and Victor Rodgers (aka “Art Vandalay”).
405 E Oliver St, Baltimore, MD, 21202

Bodega Gallery
Tres Golpes
Featuring Joey Alzamora, Erick Antonio Benitez, Rodrigo Carazas Portal
The Copycat Building, Apt A100, 1511 Guilford Ave, Baltimore, MD 21202

Gallery CA
STRANGE YEAR
Work by Brady Starr
440 E Oliver St, Baltimore, MD 21202

GUEST SPOT @ THE REINSTITUTE
Read the Recap, Skip the Show
Curated by Tom Marquet
Featuring Paul Gagner, Jeremy August Haik, Margo Benson Malter, Heather McKenna, Björn Meyer-Ebrecht, Joe Nanashe
1715 N. Calvert St. Baltimore Md 21202

Lil’ Gallery
Intermission
Lucas Haroldsen, Michael Koliner & Harrison Tyler
The Copycat Building, Apt C403, 1511 Guilford Ave, Baltimore, MD 21202

Lil’ Hallway
Sweet Friday
Selections from UBUWEB curated by Catherine Akins and Adenike Adelekan.
Featuring videos by Chris Habib, Tracey Emin, Guy Ben Ner and Keiichi Tanaami
The Copycat Building, Apt C403, 1511 Guilford Ave, Baltimore, MD 21202

Springsteen Gallery
jimmi~research
The Copycat Building, Apt B303, 1511 Guilford Ave, Baltimore, MD 21202

Terrault Contemporary
We are Lesion: A Socio-Political Fantasy
V.I.S.A. with Amanda Horowitz
and
Treasure Chest
The Copycat Building, 1515 Guilford Ave, Baltimore, MD 21202

Penthouse Gallery*
Opium Wampum X
Curated by Sydney Spann
*Official Alloverstreet After Party; doors open 10pm
The Copycat Building, Apt B501, 1511 Guilford Ave, Baltimore, MD 21202

*This expanded Alloverstreet is made possible with support from The Station North Arts and Entertainment District and The Baltimore Office of Promotion & the Arts.*



SPX this weekend!

Events,FUN!,Publications — KVH @ 10:25 am, Thursday, September 11th, 2014

SPX2014_EmilyCarroll

This Saturday and Sunday marks the return of the Small Press Expo (SPX), a great opportunity to interact with hundreds of independent creators and publishers directly. SPX’s programming features panels like “Micro­Press and Beyond,” “Sex, Humor, and the Grotesque,” and guests such as: Lynda Barry, Jillian Tamaki, Jules Feiffer, and Box Brown (who will be at MICA on September 29).

See the full list of guests, panels, and exhibitors here. http://www.spxpo.com/

spx-banner-04


Congrats to this amazing crew! MICA PRINTMAKING 2014!

Department — faculty @ 1:38 pm, Wednesday, May 21st, 2014

IMG_2145

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

10391029_10154122204270461_24209045294741099_n

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



End of Semester, Spring 2014

Department — KVH @ 1:00 pm, Tuesday, April 29th, 2014

>>>UPDATED<<<

Finals are here, the madness has set in, and sleep deprivation is in full effect. What could possibly go wrong?!

Here are all the important dates, deadlines, and reminders to finish the semester.

Classes end on Friday, May 9th.

All studio supplies are being put away THAT MORNING, Friday May 9th. No studio work will be allowed in the studios after 9AM on Friday, May 9th. No exceptions.

The last day for studio access is Monday, May 12th at Noon. All drawers and lockers must be vacated by this time.*

Returning Majors and Concentrators must label their drawers with the appropriate Fall ’14 tags. Up to 2 drawers per Major and 1 drawer per Concentrator. Lockers may not be kept through the Summer. All non-majors and non-concentrators must vacate all drawers. Tags will be available on every floor by Friday, May 2nd.*

All drawers without proper labels will be emptied. 

>>Due to planned renovations in the Silkscreen Studio this summer, ALL DRAWERS MUST BE EMPTIED. This means you. 

All personal screens must be taken home. Personal screens left behind will become department property.  Please note also – this is a prime time for screens to be stolen. Keep yours locked up, and take it home as soon as you’re finished with it. You  have been warned.*

Book Concentrators must empty their drawers in Fox 418. 

There is no summer access to Dolphin, except for students actively enrolled in a CS class.

Printer Hours will continue through Thursday, May 8th on their regular schedule. There will be no printer hours beginning Friday, May 9th.
Extended printer hours are available this coming Saturday, May 3, from Noon to 8 PM.

>>>THERE IS AN ALL DEPARTMENT CLEAN-UP ON FRIDAY, MAY 9, 3-5 PM<<<

Everyone attending the department clean-up will be entered in a raffle for prizes. The more help we have, the faster it will go – please attend!

Seniors - you will be installing your Thesis Exhibition the week of May 12th. YOU MUST vacate your studios by Sunday, May 18th at 5 PM. All trash must be taken to the 1st floor. The only thing that should remain in your studios is the table and flat files.

*All screens or supplies, or oversized materials that are left behind will be mercilessly tossed or taken over by the department. No exceptions. 

Good luck with your finals!
Have a great Summer, everyone!

And now, Hammer to Fall:



Bessma Khalaf exhibition at Gallery Four

Department — KVH @ 1:07 pm, Wednesday, April 16th, 2014

Bessma Khalaf exhibition

Bessma Khalaf, California based artist, has a solo exhibition opening this Saturday at Gallery Four in the H&H Building. From their website:

Balancing mischievousness and malice, Khalaf’s processes of degradation (burning, eating, smashing, etc.) explore the boundaries of landscape, place, and image. Khalaf proposes that beyond the nihilism of destruction, voids and absences possess generative possibilities, either in nature or in her practice. Figuratively and pictorially, voids carve an ambiguous space in the representation of landscape and the documentation of performance. Entrenched in process, Khalaf mixes mysticism, futility, and endurance when pitting herself against the overwhelming vastness of her surroundings, and the largeness of the romantic landscape…

Bessma will be visiting our department as a visiting artist next week, conducting critiques along with Nick Karvounis, former Printmaking faculty.

Yes Even You
Gallery Four, H&H Bldg.
April 19th – June 7th
Opening Reception: April 19th 7:00PM – 10:00PM



Basil Alkazzi opening this Friday

Department,Events,Exhibitions — KVH @ 9:34 am, Monday, March 24th, 2014

Basil Alkazzi is a renowned artist from Great Britain whose exhibition An Odyssey of Dreams is currently on display in the Rosenberg Gallery in the Brown Center. The large scale gouache paintings are abstract renderings of landscapes, skyscapes, flora, and vegetation.

alkazzi red flower

The exhibition was curated by Judy Brodsky, the founding director of the Rutgers Center for Innovative Print & Paper, which was later renamed the Brodsky Center, at Rutgers University.

Judy Brodsky is a pioneer in the world of contemporary paper and print. She will be speaking at the opening this Friday at 5 PM. Printmakers are strongly encouraged to attend – a chance to see work curated by her and meet Judy in person is a rare treat.

The exhibition is on display now, and hangs through Sunday, April 20th.

Basil Alkazzi: An Odyssey of Dreams: A Decade of Paintings 2003-2012
Opening Reception: Friday, March 28th, 5-7PM
Rosenberg Gallery, Brown Center.



Spring Break 2014!

Campus,Department — KVH @ 9:27 am, Wednesday, March 12th, 2014

Spring Break 2014 is next week, and technically starts this Friday at 5 PM! Woo!

springbreak

Classes finish this Friday afternoon, and resume Monday morning, March 23rd.

Beginning Friday night, studio buildings will close at 11PM.
Dolphin should be open 7AM-11PM every day.

UPDATE: Printer Hours are limited over break, but will be available Tuesday and Thursday 12-2PM.

Please also note, the MICA store will only be open 9AM-5PM next week, and Campus Shuttles will only run until Midnight.

Other details including dining services and other campus building hours have been sent to your MICA email address.

Enjoy your break!



Juried Printmaking Exhibition opens March 11!

Department,Exhibitions,FUN! — faculty @ 8:15 am, Friday, March 7th, 2014

The Printmaking Department is pleased to present On The Mark, the 2014 Juried Undergraduate Printmaking Exhibition.  This year, the exhibition was curated by Laura Beth Langley.  She says  ”looking at the diversity of works that were submitted for this exhibit, I chose impressions that emphasized a purposeful mark found only in printmaking and works that express the essential character of the medium”.   Please join us March 11 from 3-5pm for the opening!

poster



Print Weekend Baltimore, 2014

cool,Department,Events,Exhibitions,FUN! — KVH @ 10:00 am, Thursday, March 6th, 2014

This is a busy weekend for exhibitions here in Charm City.

First and foremost, the 5th annual Print and Multiples Fair, hosted by Open Space is taking place Saturday and Sunday.

PMF

PMF is being held at the D Center, at 16 W. North Ave (next door to Baltimore Print Studios), Saturday and Sunday, March 8-9, from 12-6PM.

This is a huuuuge event, spanning multiple venues, 80+ vendors, music, sculpture, readings, interactive events, and so much more than we can list here. Details on all of the events can be found on this extensive Tumblr post.

Then, to get yourself in the mood…

Pregame your PMF weekend with Friday night openings on East Oliver St. The new,  ALLOVER STREET, presented by Process Collective is this Friday. Allover Street is a monthly series of simultaneous openings on E. Oliver St.

ALLOVERSTREEEEET

This month’s events include a print show called Black & White, curated by MICA Printmaking folk (Sonja Solvang, Marines Montalvo, Hunter-Savoy Jaffe & Marcel Mandeng), and exhibiting many more  (too many to mention!!).

black-white

Black & White, and is hanging in 2 locations:
Penthouse Gallery: 1511 Guilford Ave. Unit B501, aaaand
Annex 2E: 419 E. Oliver, Unit 2E.

The same night you can also find:
SPF Show at Springsteen Gallery, 1515 Guilford, Unit B303,
Techno Bambi at Lil’ Gallery, 1511  Guilford Ave. Unit C403,
Baltimore 1 at Gallery CA, 440 E. Oliver St, aaaaand,
A Print Media exhibition by our own Will McDermott, David Krasner, Matt Carignan, and Angie Heaps at Bodega Gallery 1511 Guilford Ave. Unit A100. More info on this show here. 

FINALLY, concurrent with the Saturday and Sunday PFM show, visit Discard Pile 2 doors over at Liam Flynn’s Ale House. Presented by Open Plough Market and Friends of Ibn Firnas, it’s a print & multiples fair focusing on the DIY, radical, and homegrown. This show was also organized by, and showcases many of our Printmaking Majors and Concentrators. Don’t miss it!

Discard Pile

The fair runs at the same time as PMF, Saturday and Sunday, 12-6PM.
More details can be found here. 



Next Page »
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 Unported License.
(c) 2014 MICA Printmaking | powered by WordPress with an adapted version ofBarecity | design by May Yang