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MICA ART WALK is almost two miles of art by nearly 400 of MICA’s emerging artists – the senior thesis work of the class of 2015. The exhibit is open to the public from Friday, May 15 – Sunday, May 17.

From MICA’s website:

Stroll through the MICA galleries, mingle with young artists and fellow art enthusiasts, and discuss the students’ artwork at the special preview party of the 2011 Commencement Exhibition. ArtWalk guests can purchase outstanding work by graduating seniors before the exhibition opens to the public.

ArtWalk guests begin their evening at the celebration tent at Cohen Plaza, just outside of Brown Center, where they will be given maps to stroll through the galleries, open spaces, hallways and classrooms of six architecturally significant MICA buildings that are filled with graduating students’ artwork. It is a visually energizing 3K walking tour where many seniors are on hand to meet ArtWalkers and discuss their artmaking processes.

Photos by Cara Ober, Lauren Van Slyke, Esther Hwang, and Lu Zhang

We apologize for not having names to go with all of the photos! If you want to email us at info@bmoreart.com – with the description of the work and names, we will add them in!

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Ben McNutt
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Anton Makaru
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Qin Tan – Rhythm Formation W
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Lauren Meyer – Circling Rings II
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Alexander Reynolds
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Behfar Bahadoran (gorgeous, tiny painting! it’s about 6×6 inches)
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Meyerhof Gallery, Fox Building
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Brooks Kossover and Tony Shore

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Kaitlyn Malloy
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Kaitlyn Malloy
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Qin Tan
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Esther Kim
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Esther Kim
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Esther Kim
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Ryan Doyle
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Brittany Jasin
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Michael Uckotter
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Michael Uckotter
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Rachel Hayden
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Ellen Phillips
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Emma Kennedy
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Elissa Buchalter
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Meiying Thai
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Meiying Thai
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Amanda Sinclair
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Marisa Quinn (embroidery, photo transfer and screen print on canvas)
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Elizabeth Sullivan
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Elizabeth Sullivan
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Elizabeth Sullivan
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Elizabeth Sullivan
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students frolicking in Elizabeth Sullivan’s work

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Ariel Pond
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Taylor Firestein
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Taylor Firestein detail
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Ariel Pond
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Ariel Pond
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Ariel Pond
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Ryan Rennie
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Kimi Hanauer’s Press-Press!
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Lydia Hall
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Mateo Marquez
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Erika Woo
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Erika Woo
Kevin Michael Runyon
Kevin Michael Runyon
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Seowon Chang
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Hesuh Park
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Jenna Rees
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Bree Berry
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Bree Berry
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Christopher McCarthy
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Christopher McCarthy
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Dean Scott
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Dean Scott
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Jamiee Shim
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Jake Gordon
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Annie Murphy
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Natovian McLeod
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Sam Acuff
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Samantha Hauser
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Staver Klitgaard
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Taylor Shuck
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Ian Murphy
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Hannah Leighton
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Spencer Shope
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Eli Sobel
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“The Flats” by AJ LaVigna, Blaine Roberts, and Ian Privett
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C. Mai Stoebe
Jean-Luc Gallic
Jean-Luc Gallic
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Jean-Luc Gallic
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Lessa Selig
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Stephanie Tarlton & Leila Khoury
Maura Callahan
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McKinley Wallace III
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Mary Reisenwitz
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Madeline Becker
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Louis Fratino
Luis Seda
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Kara Mask
Will Shore
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detail, Will Shore
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Kara Mask
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Yeona Kim
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detail, Yeona Kim

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Taryn Mingey “Catawampus”
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detail, Taryn Mingey “Catawampus”
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Julia Rivera
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Marc de Leon

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Tristan Scow & Lily Clark
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April Camlin
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Max Anderson

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Jesse Satterfield
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Cicero Ferrante
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Cicero Ferrante
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Cicero Ferrante
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Kat Kinnick
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Sonja Solvang
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Blobwork, A Press-Press Project by Kimi Hanauer
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Mikael Flores-Amper and Andy Kim
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Tsai Ching-Wen
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Kimi Hanauer
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Kimi Hanauer
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Amelia Hutchinson
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Amelia Hutchinson
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Julia Yerger
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Julia Yerger
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Estelle Kline
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Shane J Smith
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Dana M Chang
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Tatjana Kunst
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Cameron Klavsen, Maxime La
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Harley Hollenstein
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