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Grad Show III is currently on view and features work from the Community Arts, LeRoy E. Hoffberger School of Painting, Rinehart School of Sculpture, Mount Royal School of Art, Photographic and Electronic Media MFA programs. The MFA in Community Arts program exhibition is in the Pinkard Gallery located on the first floor of the Bunting Center. Directed by Kenneth Krafchek, students are encouraged to consider their art practices in relation to communities within Baltimore.

Sara KaltwasserRe//Learn

Linnea PooleBlack Rapunzel 

Miranda HontzConversations With Healers

Gerald L. Leavell IIUntitled (Galerie Vivant)

Rebecca BurrPublic School

Robin MarquisWhat Were They Feeding Me?

Work from the Community Arts program will be up through April 29th in the Pinkard Gallery in MICA’s Bunting Center. Click here more information about the exhibition and the other Shows

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