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MICA Grad Show II: Post Baccalaureate Graphic Design

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MICA Grad Show II: Illustration Practice

Grad Show II is currently on view and features work by students in the Post Baccalaureate Fine Arts and Graphic Design programs, and the Master of Fine Arts in Illustration Practice and Graphic Design programs. Each of these programs has a different exhibition, in one of three locations, that come together to constitute Grad Show II. The Post Baccalaureate Graphic Design exhibition is located in Fox 3 Gallery in the Fox Building.

The Post Baccalaureate Graphic Design program is a one-year, intensive study in the field. This year the program is directed by Maureen Weiss, the sabbatical replacement for Sandy Maxa. The exhibition is fast and fun compared to the rest of Grad Show II, but also has moments of meditation. Some of the projects use humor to engage with political topics, and others take a deep dive into design’s use of the omnipresent grid.

Cora McKenzie, Reel Fish

ML Howell, Garden Party

Qiuwei Huang, Botanist

Ashley Fletcher, Cado&Co

Allison Weinstock, Reality Check

Meb Myrne, One Day in Mount Vernon

George Nichols IV, Suspended Animation

Charlie Francis, Subliminal Design: Revealing the Grid

 

Carolyn Wolf, Abstract Memories 

Sylvia Li, Capturing Carbon Dioxide

Chad Greenberg, Carry The Burden

Aidan Quinlan, Good Morning, Empire

Lindy Zhu, Wanderer

Jessica D. Brown, Level Up

Genevieve Ott, Coven

Avery Parker, NashTransit Line

Meng Hsuan Lin, From Above

The Post Baccalaureate Graphic Design exhibition of Grad Show II will be up through April 8th in the Fox 3 Gallery in MICA’s Fox Building. Click here more information about the exhibition and the other Shows.

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