MIAD offers several in-person and virtual events throughout the year for prospective students to learn more. From information sessions to Portfolio Days, we invite you to join us for an event!
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NATIONAL PORTFOLIO DAY EVENTS
MIAD participates in many in-person and online National Portfolio Day events. The 2022-23 season is now underway. This year, a mixture of in-person and virtual events will be held. View the full schedule at nationalportfolioday.org.
You can meet us at the following National Portfolio Day events (all times are Central unless noted):
|December 4||Online||VisitDays at nationalportfolioday.heydays.io/events||11AM-3PM|
|January 8||Online||VisitDays at nationalportfolioday.heydays.io/events||12-4PM ET|
|January 21||Miami, Florida||Chapman Conference Center||12-4PM EST|
|January 22||Sarasota, Florida||Ringing College of Art and Design||12-4PM EST|
|May 6||Online||VisitDays at nationalportfolioday.heydays.io/events||12-4PM EST|
VISITS, COLLEGE FAIRS & REGIONAL EVENTS
MIAD admissions representatives participate in many college fairs and regional events throughout the year. We look forward to meeting you at an upcoming event!
Many events require registration. Please visit the event website for registration details.
*all times are local to the venue unless otherwise noted
|December 7||Lake Park High School Postsecondary Fair||Roselle, Illinois||6 – 8 p.m.|
|April 20||Johnsburg High School College Fair||Johnsburg, Illinois||12 – 2 p.m.|
|April 23||Illinois High School Art Exhibition||Bridgeport Art Center, Chicago, Illinois||TBD|
|April 23||Ohio Governor’s Youth Art Exhibition||Rhodes Tower, Columbus, Ohio||TBD|
*If disability-related accommodations are needed to participate in MIAD Admissions events, please contact the Office of Admissions at 414-291-8070.
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MIAD students in the Black Leaders and Artists Coalition (BLAC) partnered with one of Milwaukee Art Museum’s teen programs to host high school students for a tour of the college, panel discussion with BLAC members and art project this past Thursday.