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Sophs exhibit video work at Portrait Society Gallery     

Sophomores in Time-Based Media Professor Jamal Currie’s Video 1 class and the Portrait Society Gallery forged a mutually beneficial relationship for the new exhibition “Giotto’s Eyes.” Students learned new perspectives from the opportunity to...

MIAD alumni exhibit aimed to inspire young local artists

“The Alumni of the Milwaukee Institute of Art & Design” recently completed its run at the Portage Center for the Arts. According to Curator Erica Lyn Schmidt ’06 (Illustration), the exhibit aimed to “demonstrate what can be accomplished in...

RPM Exhibit was a Window into First-Year Students’ Futures    

Foundations student Uriah Fracassi sees his Research, Practice and Methods class, which is part of MIAD’s First-Year Experience, as a filter. Students pour information from other classes and experiences into the RPM class, which helps inform their personal...

Alumni collective receives prestigious Nohl Fellowship

American Fantasy Classics, a collective of four recent MIAD alums, wants to “expand the capabilities of our community and be an example of collaboration and cooperation,” according to Alec Regan ’10 (Integrated Studio Arts), one of AFC’s...

Alum/Discovery World use art to explain science

At MIAD’s 2011 Senior Thesis Exhibition, discovery was the resulting compound when Kaycie Dunlap ’11 (Time-Based Media: Animation) combined a molecule of art with a molecule of science. Dunlap’s project consists of illustrations personifying the...

Acclaimed graphic novelist Craig Thompson spoke at MIAD

One of the most acclaimed graphic novelists of today – Craig Thompson – spoke at MIAD Tuesday, November 16, about his latest novel, Habibi. The talk was arranged through a partnership with Boswell Books. Habibi, which Thompson authored and illustrated, is receiving...