MICA Graduate Thesis Exhibition July 5 – 14

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Opening Reception Friday July 6, 6-8 pm

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Laura McClanahan

Graduate Thesis Exhibition The MFA in Studio Art Thesis Exhibition at Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA) showcases works by nine graduating students in the College’s master of fine arts (M.F.A.) in studio art (MFAST) program from Thursday, July 5–Saturday, July 14. The exhibition takes place in the Decker Gallery, Meyerhoff Gallery, and Fox 3 Gallery in the Fox Building at 1303 Mount Royal Avenue. A reception occurs on Friday, July 6, 6–8 p.m. Developmental talks with each student are scheduled Friday, July 6–Wednesday, July 11.

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Rebecca Graham

Students showcasing their works are Dania Abimourched, Patricia Di Bella, De Angela Duff, Rebecca Graham, Nicole Lenzi, Deena Feigelson Margolis, Laura McClanahan, Elena Volkova, and Irene Woodbury.

MICA’s pioneering summer MFAST program was the first of its kind. It allows experienced artist to complete the MFA in four six-week summer residencies and three winter critiques on MICA’s campus. With independent work during the academic year, the culmination of which is the MFA in Studio Art Thesis Exhibition. MFAST offers its students the time, space, community, and facilities to develop a professional body of work in such concentrations as painting, mixed media, sculpture, and photography, without disrupting their ongoing careers.

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Elena Volkova

All exhibitions and receptions at MICA are free and open to the public. Gallery hours are Monday through Saturday from 10 a.m.–5 p.m. and Sunday from noon–5 p.m. For more information, visit or call 410-225-2300.

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