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MIAD students awarded Cream City Foundation scholarships

Three MIAD New Studio Practice: Fine Arts students – Abby Schwab ’22, Sara Moralez ’21 and Michie M ’23 – were recipients of the 2020 LGBTQ+ Scholarship presented by Cream City Foundation. Read more.
MIAD students gain internship experiences virtually

MIAD students gain internship experiences virtually

MIAD students gain internship experiences virtually Professional experiences, such as internships, are an important part of a MIAD education. During summer 2020, three MIAD Communication Design students – Hanna Norland ’21, Krysta Oelhafen ’22 and Kelsey Robinson ’21...
MIAD welcomes four AICAD Fellows to campus

MIAD welcomes four AICAD Fellows to campus

MIAD welcomes four AICAD Fellows to campus Four AICAD Post-Graduate Teaching Fellows joined the MIAD faculty this fall – Gabriela Escovar, Zuhal Feraidon, Yeon Jee and Aasawari Kulkarni. MIAD is one of only two colleges in the country hiring new AICAD Fellows this...

IAD students receive international recognition

Four MIAD Interior Architecture and Design students received international recognition for their work in the 2020/21 Juried Drawing Exhibition by the Design Communication Association (DCA). The following students and their designs were reviewed and accepted into the...
Milwaukee National Portfolio Day

Milwaukee National Portfolio Day

Please join us for the 2020 Milwaukee/Chicago Virtual National Portfolio Day hosted by the National Portfolio Day Association (NPDA) on Sunday, October 18, 2020 from 11am – 3pm CST. This is an online event. To register, please visit nationalportfolioday.live. We...

MIAD Alumni Association Meeting September 24

MIAD Alumni Association Meeting September 24 MIAD alumni are invited to attend the next (virtual) MIAD Alumni Association meeting September 24 at noon (central time). Tune in to hear from alum, local artist and designer Ken Vonderberg ’68 (Industrial Design)! He...

MIAD Alum designs 2020 Milwaukee Film Festival poster

Jade Watring ’11 (Illustration) created the campaign art for the 2020 Milwaukee Film Festival. The artwork features technicolor butterflies emerging from chrysalis to represent the film festival transforming to a virtual platform this year.