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Two exhibits open Fall Gallery Night, TONIGHT | Work by Prof. Will Pergl highlighted in Milwaukee Magazine | Save the date for MIAD Creativity Series, Nov. 15 & more …

Two exhibits open Fall Gallery Night, TONIGHT

  • Chair5: Perspectives on Form, Function and Innovation, a highly interactive and experimental furniture exhibition co-produced by the Chipstone Foundation and MIAD, opens October 20 in the Brooks Stevens Gallery.
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  • FANTASTIC: Four Contemporary Illustration Artists, featuring the work of Henrik Drescher, Frances Jetter, Katherine Streeter and Carl Dunn, opens October 20 in the Frederick Layton Gallery.
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New MIAD exhibits receiving attention from Journal Sentinel, Shepherd Express

  • MIAD’s two new exhibits have been featured in the Journal Sentinel and Shepherd Express.
  • More info here and here.

Save the date for MIAD Creativity Series, Nov. 15

  • Emmy-winning, Oscar-nominated writer and director Rob Schrab ’92 (Illustration) presents the MIAD Creativity Series, Wednesday, November 15, 6 p.m. in the 4th Floor Raw Space. Generously sponsored by The Argosy Foundation.
  • He will give a public talk called “Embrace the Dumb: The Rob Schrab Experience.”
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On view now

  • Like Everyday, an exhibition of photographs by Shadi Ghadirian challenging the international preconceptions of women’s roles within an Islamic state, is on view in the Perspectives Gallery through October 20.
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  • An exhibition of work from Manuja Waldia ’14 is on view October 11 – November 22 in the MIAD Illustration and Communication Design Alumni Gallery.

MIAD Day at the Art Institute of Chicago, Nov. 11

  • Saturday, November 11 from 10:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. is Fall MIAD Day at the Art Institute of Chicago.
  • Staff, faculty and students can enjoy free admission after checking in at the MIAD Table at the Modern Wing entrance.
  • A special docent-led tour will begin at 1 p.m. at the Grand Staircase.

Work by Prof. Will Pergl highlighted in Milwaukee Magazine

  • A piece by Professor Will Pergl was highlighted in a Milwaukee Magazine article.
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