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Visit this website to learn about what Curatorial Practice MFA students are doing to engage with their peers in the graduate community across the many diverse disciplines of art and design!
Research to Locate Venues and Partners for Innovative Curatorial Practice
In the Curatorial Practice MFA at MICA, students create and present their Thesis Projects off-campus. Baltimore is full of remarkable and surprising venues, institutions, and community-based partnership opportunities. Curatorial Practice MFA students conduct research and fieldwork and begin conversations to locate the best venues and partnerships to fit their personalities and interests. Some students even reach beyond Baltimore.
Here is a quick sample of wonderfully unusual and exciting spots that the Curatorial Class of 2016 located and shared with each other in the first semester of their work at MICA. See what you think of some of these places and the projects that could develop there:
Baltimore Washington International Airport Observation Gallery
Downtown Cultural Arts Center
Eubie Blake Cultural Arts Center
Flashpoint Gallery in Washington, DC
Joan Hisaoka Healing Arts Gallery in Washington, DC
New Greenmount West Community Association
Prince George’s African American Museum & Cultural at North Brentwood
Rosenberg Gallery at Goucher College
School 33 Art Center
The Baltimore Node
The John Fonda Gallery at The Theatre Project
Towson Arts Collective
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