The MIAD Café is open during the semester Monday through Friday for breakfast, lunch and dinner, and on weekends for brunch. The full semester meal plan cost is $850, which includes 12 meals per week and a $100 declining balance for additional meals or other items.
Students may purchase meal plan funds in advance for the MIAD Café. This eliminates the need to worry about bringing a lunch or carrying credit or debit cards. Funds can be used for purchases in the Café only. A continuing balance is maintained in the food service database, and students can find out from the cashier at any time how much is remaining on the card. Debit and credit cards are also accepted.
Students living in MIAD Housing have been enrolled in a MIAD Café Meal plan at the rate of $850 per semester and can increase their declining balance if needed throughout the semester. Funds remaining on the meal card at the end of the Fall semester can be carried over to the Spring semester. However, funds remaining at the end of the Spring semester are forfeited.
Starting Fall 2023, all students living on campus will be enrolled in a 12-meal-a-week meal plan with a $100 declining balance account; view our Cost of Attendance page for more information.
Working at the periphery of student life, staff members hold technical and administrative positions that allow for the smooth operation of the college’s day-to-day and long-term activities. When they’ve clocked out of the MIAD building, they’re home, in the studio, outside in nature– and exercising their own creative muscles and sustaining personal arts practices. “After Hours,” the Milwaukee Institute of Art & Design (MIAD) Gallery at the Ave’s latest exhibition is the first of its kind for the college where staff talents are in the limelight.
During the fall 2023 semester, the Lubar Emerging Technology Center at the Milwaukee Institute of Art & Design (MIAD) hosts “Technique of the Week” demonstrations for students, faculty and staff. MIAD community members are invited to attend presentations on everything from 3D scanning objects to fermentation to Minecraft. Most recently, attendees played pinball on a handmade virtual pinball machine.
Four students were honored at the inaugural Latine Student Exhibition, on view at the Milwaukee Institute of Art & Design (MIAD) until October 13, 2023. Coordinated by rhi anderson-martinez, executive director of equity and inclusion at MIAD, the exhibition highlights and celebrates the art and design skills of MIAD’s Latine students during Hispanic Heritage Month.
Brad Anthony Bernard, professor of fine art at the Milwaukee Institute of Art & Design (MIAD), will participate in a panel discussion about Frederick Law Olmsted at the 2023 annual conference of the Olmsted Network in Milwaukee. An accomplished muralist, Bernard designed a mural depicting Olmsted which will be displayed at a public mural and sculpture garden in Milwaukee.
The Milwaukee Institute of Art & Design (MIAD) welcomes Anna Hillary as the new full-time Assistant Professor of Writing and Humanities following a national search.