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Highlights from MICA’s Grad Show III by A.F. Oehmke

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. All of the work by Community Arts students is shown together, while work from the other programs is curated by Ian Cofre and Darren Jones and shown together. The fine arts exhibitions are in the Lazarus Center’s Sheila & Richard Riggs & Leidy Gallery, Space Camp, the Main Building, and Meyerhoff, Decker and Fox 3 Galleries in the Fox Building.

The Hoffberger School of Painting is directed by Joan Waltemath; Rinehart School of Sculpture is directed by Jann Rosen-Queralt, the sabbatical replacement for Maren Hassinger; Mount Royal School of Art is directed by Luca Buvoli; Photographic and Electronic Media is directed by  Timothy Druckrey.

Peter Makela, Untitled, LeRoy E. Hoffberger School of Painting, Sheila & Richard Riggs & Leidy Gallery

Katelyn Brown, Sanctuary, Photographic and Electronic Media, Sheila & Richard Riggs & Leidy Gallery

Caitlin Curtis, Untitled, Photographic and Electronic Media, Sheila & Richard Riggs & Leidy Gallery

Vera Xingyu Zhang, The Graduation, Mount Royal School of Art, Sheila & Richard Riggs & Leidy Gallery

Arooj Zahid, Furnish a Complete Answer to Your Question, Mount Royal School of Art, Sheila & Richard Riggs & Leidy Gallery

Cynthia O’Neill, Visualizing Consciousness: Bio Signals, Rinehart School of Sculpture, Sheila & Richard Riggs & Leidy Gallery

Steve Totin, POLTERGEIST.stl, Mount Royal School of Art, Sheila & Richard Riggs & Leidy Gallery

Elizabeth YashnykUntitled, Mount Royal School of Art, Sheila & Richard Riggs & Leidy Gallery

Seoyoung BaeUntitled, LeRoy E. Hoffberger School of Painting, Sheila & Richard Riggs & Leidy Gallery

Cristal TadeoPrelude, Rinehart School of Sculpture, Sheila & Richard Riggs & Leidy Gallery

Sizhu Li, What is watt, Mount Royal School of Art, Sheila & Richard Riggs & Leidy Gallery

Sera BoenoKelimeler Kiyafetsiz (Words Naked/Are Not Enough) – Monument III, Ornaments I – VII, Rinehart School of Sculpture, Sheila & Richard Riggs & Leidy Gallery

Yael SlomaCardinal Directions, Mount Royal School of Art, Sheila & Richard Riggs & Leidy Gallery

Xiaoran HuCity News, Photographic and Electronic Media, Decker Gallery

Haoran HaoA Short Story, Photographic and Electronic Media, Decker Gallery

Amelia Vercauteren, The Fallacy of Surface, Mount Royal School of Art, Decker Gallery

Julia RibeiroMINDFLAYER, LeRoy E. Hoffberger School of Painting, Decker Gallery

Chuxi Guo, President Xi reads Chinese Dictionary, Rinehart School of Sculpture, Decker Gallery

Vlado Petrovski, Untitled, LeRoy E. Hoffberger Schoool of Painting, Meyerhoff Gallery

Lek BorjaLaman at butó (Flesh and bone), Mount Royal School of Art, Decker Gallery

William Watson, Blue Eyed Devil, LeRoy E. Hoffberger School of Painting, Meyerhoff Gallery

Yu Li Sung, Welcome to the fabulous Desire World?, Rinehart School of Sculpture, Meyerhoff Gallery

Kailey BarthelGoosebumps, LeRoy E. Hoffberger School of Painting, Meyerhoff Gallery

Haoran ChangHymn to the Fallen, Mount Royal School of Art, Meyerhoff Gallery

Mengmei Pan, Sound Notes 4.0 & Hesitation, Photographic and Electronic Media, Meyerhoff Gallery

Joshua Pyburn, (left to right) Caught up in the Fable, Shadow Rising, Caught Up in the InertiaRinehart School of Sculpture, Meyerhoff Gallery

Haya Kim, (left to right) dimness of prairie, sough, upon the wind, LeRoy E. Hoffberger School of Painting, Fox 3 Gallery

Kanat AkarNeighbor, Photographic and Electronic Media, Fox 3 Gallery

Xun Wang, Inappropriate Growth, Rinehart School of Sculpture, Fox 3 Gallery

Ling LiuHappy Birthday Love, Photographic and Electronic Media, Fox 3 Gallery

Nicole HelegdaMass Ensemble 1-9, Photographic and Electronic Media, Fox 3 Galler

Wen Li, EXCHANGE, Photographic and Electronic Media, Fox 3 Gallery

Juyi MaoUntitled (Study), Mount Royal School of Art, Main Building

Lucy NordlingerFirst Brothers, LeRoy E. Hoffberger School of Painting, Space Camp

Nandan HeOh, Shit!, Mount Royal School of Art, Space Camp

Ryan Lytle, In Dishonest Jest, Rinehart School of Sculpture, Space Camp

Madeline A. Stratton592 South McLean Boulevard, Mount Royal School of Art, Space Camp

Chelsea Rowe, Hatch Babies, Mount Royal School of Art, Space Camp

Yi-An Pan, Spicey Queen in Lukang, LeRoy E. Hoffberger School of Painting, Space Camp

Wenkai Li, Dreamland, Photographic and Electronic Media, Space Camp

Chukwudumebi (Gabriel) Amadi-EminaThe Mad Testaments, Photographic and Electronic Media, Space Camp

Yuxin Pei, Tunnel, Mount Royal School of Art, Space Camp

Work from the LeRoy E. Hoffberger School of Painting, Rinehart School of Sculpture, Mount Royal School of Art, Photographic and Electronic Media programs will be up through April 29th at Lazarus Center, Fox Building, and Main Building on MICA’s campus, and at Space Camp on North Avenue. Click here more information about the exhibition and the other Shows.

Edit: This post did not originally include the work of Katelyn Brown

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