Paul Olson, Technology Support Specialist, who will be in charge of MIAD’s Adventure Club hang gliding this spring, has been invited to participate in an international motorized gliding air show in Islamabad, Pakistan, Dec. 29 and 30. He and a fellow pilot will be flying the world’s lightest airplane, a hang glider with a powered harness called a Mosquito imported from Sweden. Their trip is being sponsored by Pakistan’s Ministry of Tourism. He’s also begun a hang gliding school based on the "Low and Slow" scooter tow method that will be part of the spring student activity. Check him out at www.scootertow.net and weekendsoaringtours.com.
- Carmex partners with MIAD Illustration students to design social media campaign
- Two documentary exhibitions explore storytelling, sharing history and truth
- Painter, sculptor and activist Titus Kaphar presents MIAD Creativity Series February 5
- OSSUARY exhibition features 160 Wisconsin artists, 340+ works involving bones
- Registration now open for Spring 2020 adult Continuing Education classes and Summer 2020 Creative Educators Institute