MCAD News


Estlund's work was featured alongside Have Mercy in Radar Poetry

Faculty member Shannon Estlund's work is featured in the online poetry journal Radar Poetry. It accompanies the poem Have Mercy.

Radar Poetry publishes poems from established and emerging writers and accepts submissions.

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Yamazaki is an abstract oil painter living in the twin cities

Mieko Yamazaki ’01 will be exhibiting with Jack Madar in Within from Without.

Autumn, Minnesota, 2014 by William Murray

William Murray ’74 is displaying his vivid watercolor landscapes in the exhibition The Places I Remember.

Karen Wirth's book was featured in Bound and Beyond

Staff member Karen Wirth's artist book Viewpoints was featured in Bound and Beyond: Structure in Book Art at the Union Art Gallery.

Minnesota Icon Kitchen Towel by Tomás Villaseñor

MCAD DesignWorks is collaborating with Vestiges to create unique towels.

Eddie Perrote ’14 talks about his graduation and future plans

Eddie Perrote ’14 is featured in Desktop Magazine's issue 305.

A piece from Paula McCartney's Bird Watching series

Faculty member Paula McCartney is having a busy month!

Memorial, 2014, by Holly Streekstra

Faculty member Holly Streekstra ​and friend Nathan Coutts will be showcasing in Holly Streekstra & Nathan Coutts: New Work for Franconia in the City.

DuCett with the moms of the Mom Booth, photo courtesy of Huffington Post

Andy DuCett's interactive installation Mom Booth is getting a lot of positive press.

Larsen Husby's Interstate opens tonight

Staff member Larsen Husby's solo exhibition Interstate opens tonight.

Tom Garrett's illustration for Scope

Faculty member Tom Garrett illustrated old superstitions including why building elevators don’t have a thirteenth floor for Scope’s October 2014 issue.

Grid Analysis of the New York Times by Sarah Boley

Faculty member Erik Brandt, current student Sarah Boley, and alumni Brian Mueller, Kayla Kern, and Sara Zahedi are featured in Typographic Design: Form and Communication.

Imagery being transferred over to a skateboard

Alumni Lindsay Nohl, Chris Hajny, Jason Norman, Eric Gorvin, Bill Ferenc, Anne Macarayan, Benjamin Currie, Christopher Hegland, Rebecca Olene, and Jared Tuttle are featured in the exhibition Skate or Die. 

Photo courtesy of CityPages

According to City Pages the annual Mechademia Conference on Asian Popular Cultures, which took place at MCAD in late September, was a hit this year.

Arch of Hope took place in Marquette Plaza's Cancer Survivor Park

Tons of people gathered on Saturday to see Eric Rieger ’07 (a.k.a HOTTEA) showcase his installation made to support breast cancer awareness.

Martin while on a cover shoot with Cameron Diaz

About fifteen years ago, Lisa Martin ’89 began as a freelance photo editor for InStyle Magazine. After years of hard work and promotions she is now InStyle's director of photography.

Burnsville Girls Don't Tell by David Rathman

David Rathman ’82 is presenting his solo exhibition Stand by Your Accidents at the Orlando Museum of Art.

A piece from Riley's exhibition Always

Faculty member Haynes Riley was featured in a couple exhibitions over the past few months.

Parts opens this Thursday at two locations

Faculty member Michael Kareken will be showcasing in the upcoming solo exhibition Parts.

Mark Wheat will speak on Friday, October 17

Tess O'Connor ’10 has been working as project manager for the Twin Cities chapter of the international lecture series CreativeMornings.

A piece from David Andree's Land Harps

Faculty member David Andree presents his latest exhibition Land Harps.

Dan Jurgens is a legendary comic writer and MCAD alum

Comic artist Dan Jurgens ’81 was recently interviewed by online comics magazine Comic Book Resources.

Marcel, the King Of Tervuren directed by Tom Schroeder can be viewed online

Marcel, the King Of Tervuren, directed by faculty member Tom Schroeder, is featured in Sight & Sound Magazine as the "Toon of the Month."

Escape from New York by Richard Brewer

Richard Brewer ’69 and best friend Al Wadzinski are showcasing a large collection of work in Work Release.

Schoonover and his daughter, Josie, with some of his designed lunchbags

Brent Schoonover ’02 has a pretty wonderful way of making his daughter's lunch a little more enjoyable.