15×15 Alumni Exhibition at MICA

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15×15 Alumni Exhibition & Sale
Opening Reception: Sunday, June 8 from 1:00 – 3:00 p.m.
Meyerhoff Gallery, Fox Building
Maryland Institute College of Art
1303 Mount Royal Avenue

If you are unable to join us for the opening, please feel free to visit the gallery through Sunday, June 22, during the following gallery hours: Monday – Saturday: 10 am – 5 pm / Sunday: Noon – 5 pm

Or, visit the exhibition online! Beginning at Noon on Monday, June 9, please visit×15 to browse and purchase works of art from the 15×15.

For questions about the exhibition or purchasing, please contact the Alumni Office: 410.225.2397 or [email protected]

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