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Alumni Association

The MIAD Alumni Association is a dues-free community of MIAD, MSA, and Layton School alumni promoting engagement and connection through activities and events, benefitting the college, its alumni and students, and the greater creative community.

MIAD alums can stay connected through the monthly alumni newsletter, alumni lab access, quarterly Alumni Association meetings, or volunteering to serve on the MIAD Alumni Association Board.

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MIAD ALUMNI ASSOCIATION BENEFITS

The MIAD Alumni Association offers benefits ranging from affordable lab access, an alumni email account, to career services.

 

RECEIVE MIAD ALUMNI E-COMMUNICATIONS

Join our mailing listDid you know that MIAD partners with Google Apps to offer free e-mail accounts to all alumni?

  • Contact alumni@miad.edu to request your MIAD Alumni Email account.
  • Receive the Alumni Association’s monthly e-newsletter and special events invites by updating your Professional Profile Form.
  • Have a Class Note of an event or recent success you would like to share? Send the details in an e-mail to alumni@miad.edu.
  • Want to be considered for a social media spotlight of your recent work/success? Submit a write up and images via our Alumni Social Media Spotlight Form.
  • MIAD Alumni Spotlight page features interviews and stories of our incredible alumni community

Whether you use the free alumni e-mail address or your own, you can receive information about the creative endeavors of MIAD alumni in Milwaukee and throughout the world, current MIAD exhibits and public events, and alumni networking opportunities.

JOIN THE ALUMNI ONLINE COMMUNITY

MIAD alumni have numerous opportunities to network online:

Questions or great ideas? We love them both!
Contact Kyle Hernandez, kylehernandez@miad.edu, or 414.847.3266

Director of Alumni Relations & Annual Giving

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News

Photography alum featured in Madison, WI solo exhibition

Photography alum Sarah Stankey ’13 shares the vulnerable and traumatic experience of 90 days in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit in her new exhibition “What to Expect,” hosted by Madison’s Arts + Literature Laboratory as part of the Bridge Work Madison program.

NSP: Fine Arts students exhibit at TASK Creative

Twelve New Studio Practice: Fine Arts sophomores took their art out of the classroom and exhibited work locally at TASK Creative as part of Adjunct Assistant Professor Grant Gill’s course “Singularity & Multiplicity.”