As the second curatorial fellow for the DCPL/MICA Curatorial Fellowship Program, Nick will be mentoring four librarians on the principles of curatorial practice through a city-wide exhibit celebrating the 50th anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King’s Poor People’s Campaign. Along the way, they will examine their role as cultural caretakers and producers within the diverse communities in which they work.
WATCH: George Ciscle, MICA's Curator-in-Residence Emeritus & CP's Founding Director, talks with Fred Wilson about the seminal exhibition, Mining the Museum. link
Christopher K. Ho will be teaching our Curatorial Practice Seminar and James Huckenpahler will be advising our second-year students' thesis projects in graphic design, branding, and identity. Read more about Chris here, and James here.
The new director of MICA’s M.F.A. in Curatorial Practice discusses his goals for the program and the role curators can play in society. Read more
Mural project aims to transform buildings, perception of East Baltimore
by Brittany Britto
Two Harford Avenue buildings have been home to families, ice cream, sandwiches and now, a MICA thesis project... Read more
The Curatorial Practice MFA program is beyond excited to welcome independent curators Raquel de Anda and Natalie Campbell as part of our team. Raquel and Natalie will be co-teaching two courses in the Spring 2017 semester--Intercultural Approaches to Curatorial Practice and Curatorial Practice Graduate Seminar.