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The end is Here.

Department,video — KVH @ 9:44 am, Monday, April 30th, 2012

Holy moly, the semester went quickly!

This is it – the last week of classes.  We have a lot happening in this shop over the summer, it and it’s important you follow our instructions below.

ALL CLASSES and ALL CONCENTRATORS: You must clean out all drawers and lockers, and take all personal screens home.

ALL MAJORS: You must clean out lockers and take home all personal screens. You may keep your drawers.  ** MAJORS – if you have a drawer in Litho, you should speak with Kyle. **

SENIOR MAJORS: You may access your studios through May 11th, but the classroom studios are not available for use after this Friday.

Important dates:

May 4, Friday, is the last day for working in the studios – all supplies will be put away that day.

May 6, Sunday, is the last day for studio access – all drawers and lockers must be clean by this date.

May 11, Friday, is the last day for Senior Access.

As always, email kvanhorn@mica.edu if you have questions or concerns, and rock on you champions!

Baltimore Museum Contemporary Print Fair

Department — faculty @ 8:01 am, Saturday, April 28th, 2012

Don’t miss the BMA Print Fair this weekend.

April 28, 11 am – 6 pm & April 29, Noon – 6 pm
Sunday, April 29, 11 am
Sunday, April 29, 3 pm


Department — faculty @ 11:57 am, Friday, April 27th, 2012

Lots of great news for MICA printers, here is just a sample…

Danielle Blevins was accepted into the IPCNY New Prints Exhibition with this wonderful lithograph:

Justin Caruso  received an internship at Hatch Show Print in Nashville, our first Globe-Hatch cross-cultural show poster exchange!

Katherine Stankewicz will be wallpaperin’ at Flat Vernacular in Brooklyn

Jacqueline Riccio and Amy Cousins received an internship at Pyramid Atlantic Art Center  – double whammy!

Flannery Silva is internin’ in the Curatorial Department at the Whitney… holla

Madeline Horan is crossing over to the third dimension to work for Litha Wilson

Lyla Shlon will do the hotstepper at Second State Press in Philadelphia

and Zach Ingram is headed beyond screenprinting at Captain Jerry’s!

Printmaking Scholarship in Philadelphia!

Department — faculty @ 7:25 am, Wednesday, April 4th, 2012

Second State Press is pleased to offer the Cindi Royce Ettinger Scholarship to the printmaking community.  Each June the studio will host an artist whose work demonstrates an uncommon grasp of the printmaking medium and an energetic approach that will likely influence future printmakers. This opportunity is meant to provide professional facilities to emerging artists who lack financial resources and access to equipment.

The candidate chosen to receive the scholarship will be granted 24 hour access to the facilities at Second State Press for the entire month of June, two flat file drawers in which to store paper and supplies, a modest stipend, and all critical feedback that membership in a communal print shop like SSP provides.  It is requested that two prints from an edition generated during the month be donated to permanent collections belonging to CR Ettinger Studio and Second State Press.

For more information, please visit: http://secondstatepress.org/scholarship-opportunities

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