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Highlights from MICA’s Master of Arts in Art Education

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MICA’s Master of Arts in Art Education (MAAE) prepares experienced K-12 artist-educators to pursue advancement in their field through the development of their practice as both artists and art educators. Designed for the working professional, the curriculum allows students to continue teaching while they complete their graduate degree.

This years exhibition includes Douglas Barry, Danielle Dravenstadt, Jade Giorgi, Jerrolyn Hollinger, Jescia Hopper, Sul Lee Lee, Sophia Lee, Kathryn Miecznikowski, Jessica Peterson, and Krista Tretick.

*Photos by Cara Ober

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Jade Giorgi
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Danielle Dravenstadt
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Sul Lee Lee
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Douglas Barry
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Sul Lee Lee film: A Struggling Woman
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Jessica Hopper
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Jerrolyn Hollinger
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Douglas Barry
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Sophie Lee
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Jade Giorgi
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Danielle Dravenstadt
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Joshua Smith
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