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Venues & Partners

Updated at October 21, 2017

In the Curatorial Practice programs at MICA, students create and present their curatorial projects and exhibitions off-campus, throughout the city of Baltimore and beyond. 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.  

Below is a list of venues and partners that our students have collaborated with over the years:

Area 405

Art in Odd Places (NY)

Baltimore American Indian Center Heritage Museum

Baltimore Clayworks

Baltimore Office of Promotion & the Arts

Baltimore Museum of Industry

Baltimore School for the Arts

Baltimore Underground Science Space

Benders Sports Bar

Clifton Park & Mansion

Contemporary Art Museum Raleigh (NC)

Creative Alliance

Cylburn Arboretum

El Tesoro Restaurant

Eubie Blake National Jazz Institute and Cultural Center

Evergreen Museum 

Feminist Art Project

Frederick Douglass Isaac Myers Museum

Gallery CA

Howard University's Interdisciplinary Research Building (Washington DC)

ICA Baltimore

Johns Hopkins University's Gallery Q

Jubilee Arts Center

Le Mondo

Maryland Art Place

Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts (Annapolis MD)

Metal Museum (Memphis TN)

Modell Performing Arts Center

Morgan State University's James E. Lewis Museum

Motor House 

New Beginnings Barbershop

New Door Creative

Oak Hill Center for Education and Culture

Platform Gallery

Pool No. 2, Druid Hill Park

Project 1628

Project PLASE

Rawlings Conservatory & Botanic Garden

Reginald F. Lewis Museum 

Sandbox (Chestertown MD)

Shake and Bake Family Fun Center

School 33


Spin Cycle Coin Laundry

Station North Arts and Entertainment District

The Contemporary

The Park School of Baltimore

The Ynot Lot

Top of the World Observation Level, World Trade Center Baltimore

UMBC Center for Art Design & Visual Culture

VisArts (Rockville MD)

Walters Art Museum