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MICA’s Annual Art Market Wednesday, Dec. 9 – Dec. 12

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Michele Stidham ’10, A Different Breed (detail)
Maryland Institute College of Art presents its third annual MICA Art Market! Wednesday, Dec. 9-Saturday, Dec. 12, 10 a.m.-6 p.m. in Leidy Atrium and Falvey Hall lobby of Brown Center, 1301 W. Mount Royal Ave.
The sale, featuring 250 MICA students, alumni, faculty and staff, includes jewelry, illustrations, paintings, prints, posters, sculptures, mosaics, stationery, T-shirts, ceramics, textiles, book arts, toys and wrapping paper.

The market, sponsored by the MICA Alumni Association, fosters student professional development and peer-to-peer networking, and provides funding for need-based student scholarships. Last year scholarships of $2,500 each were awarded to three MICA students who had participated in the event: Sarah Machicado ’12 (illustration and graphic design), Nisha Ramnath ’10 (animation) and Michele Stidham ’10 (graphic design).

Vendors will accept the following forms of payment: Visa, MasterCard, cash and check. Admission to the market is free.

For more information, visit the website here.
And while you’re there, make sure to check out this awesome sculpture made from straws. It hangs in the space directly above the Art Market, so you can’t miss it!


** Posted by Jess Kemp for Bmore Art
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