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MIAD at the Nut Factory, this Saturday, February 27 | Kim Miller works with Rufus King International Baccalaureate (IB) High School | MIAD at the Nut Factory, this Saturday, February 27 & more . . .
Happening this weekend:
Kim Miller works with Rufus King International Baccalaureate (IB) High School

  • Juniors enrolled in IB Art at Rufus King work to create videos over the course of three workshops. Students in the course receive college credit. The students will be on MIAD’s campus today, Friday, February 26.

MIAD at the Nut Factory, this Saturday, February 27

  • Kim Miller’s New Genre course shows work and Swim Team presents FOMO.
  • More info.


Upcoming:
MIAD Creativity Series canceled

  • Owing to circumstances beyond MIAD’s control, Nike has canceled its speaking engagement at MIAD on March 3. Thank you for your interest and support.

Major Declaration 2016

  • Foundations students declare their majors March 1 – 3. A celebration and meetings with the majors faculty take place on Thursday, March 3, 7:15 p.m., in the MIAD Café.
  • Contact Michelle Gross with questions.

Minors Fair March 

  • Information tables will be set up in the MIAD lobby Monday, March 7 and Tuesday, March 8 from 7:30 – 11 a.m. Students can get information on all minors offered through MIAD and Marquette University, and have an opportunity to speak to faculty.
  • Contact Michelle Gross with questions. 

Intro to Entrepreneurship Workshop Tuesday, March 8

  • Tihana Medic, a personal banker from Wells Fargo, gives a presentation on the basics of being an entrepreneur, Tuesday, March 8, 7:30 p.m., in the Todd Wehr Auditorium. The presentation involves activities and participation by the attendees.
  • Please RSVP for the event here and contact MIAD Advising and Career Services with questions.

Recent news:

Alumnus Kyle Nesbitt ’09 (ID) interviewed on French TV 

MIAD launches its brand video

NSP Visiting Artist Series welcomes Jessica Lynne

  • Lynne is a Brooklyn-based writer and arts administrator. She received her BA in Africana Studies from NYU and has been awarded residencies and fellowships from The Sarah Lawrence College Summer Writers Seminar, Callaloo and The Center for Book Arts. Lynne has contributed to publications such as Art in America, The Art Newspaper, The Brooklyn Rail, Hyperallergic and Pelican Bomb.  
  • Learn about her work at Arts.Black.
  • Read an interview with Lynne.

New student group at MIAD: the ISO Photography Club

Milwaukee Riverkeeper logo design competition

  • Milwaukee Riverkeeper seeks a talented artist to design their logo for the Spring River Cleanup. The winning design is displayed on 4,000 volunteer t-shirts and in all advertising (posters, postcards, website). The winner receives a $100 prize.
  • More info.