Continuing education student Linda Morganstein designed the logo for the upcoming WARM Self Portraits show.
MCAD alum and faculty member Ed Charbonneau, along with Jeremy Szopinski, will be presenting a workshop inspired by the work of Jack Whitten.
Charbonneau has worked collaboratively and as an artistic consultant on large-scale projects with several nonprofit organizations, as well as grade schools, high schools, and youth groups. He has been painting commissioned artworks and murals for businesses and private residences for more than twenty-five years.
Faculty member Amy Sands is a selected exhibiting artist in the international exhibition Global Print 2015.
Paul Shambroom ’78 presents three new projects in an exhibition at the Minnesota Museum of American Art. The identity of the show was designed by MCAD DesignWorks.
Faculty member Lynda Monick-Isenberg's drawing is included in Strathmore's Pass the Journal.
Faculty member Anders Nilsen sat down with MPR News to talk about MCAD's week-long comic residency program Rock Paper Scissors.
Faculty member Christina Ridolfi recently participated in The Blank Canvas Exhibition presented by MN4MN.
Faculty member Daniel Dean has completed and installed Meander with the help of Future North artists John Kim, Adam Marcus, and Molly Reichert.
Faculty member Lara Rodriguez (known in the poetry world as Lara Mimosa Montes) has two poems published in Fence.
Fence is a biannual journal of poetry, fiction, art, and criticism. Their mission is to focus on literature that is outside the norm that would not otherwise be recognized by the general public.
The Drawing Project has been chosen as a finalist for the Knight Arts Challenge St. Paul for the second year in a row. The group is among only 62 (out of a total of 480 submissions) to make the list.
Faculty member Jaime Anderson illustrated the 2015 "Best of MN" cover for the Star Tribune. The "Best of MN" captures all of the great things about our state: the lakes, music, food, craft beer, getaways, and more!
The upcoming exhibition beyondBRAND explores graphic design and visual communication work in a variety of media as a personal response to current social, political, cultural, and economic conditions.
Faculty member Natasha Pestich is working with teens from Landfall Family Means Teen Center to produce an original zine based on the idea of home.
Faculty members Natasha Pestich and Amy Sands, current MFA student Julie Benda, and alum Christopher Alday participated in Highpoint Center for Printmaking's fourth biennial Open Portfolio event over the weekend.
Faculty member Tom Garrett's work is featured in the June 2015 issue of Food Network Magazine.
Faculty member Anders Nilsen sat down with Marc Sobel of The Comics Journal to discuss his early life, current work in comics, and teaching at MCAD.
Faculty member Brad Jirka is featured in CODAmagazine for his Bohemiawerks project Justitia Omnibus.
Faculty member David Goldes sits down with Lightsey Darst from MN Artists.
Faculty member Tom Garrett is featured in Giuseppe Castellano's article No, GO to Art School.
In coordination with the Book Art Biennial 2015, the Minnesota Center for Book Arts presents The Contained Narrative: Defining the Contemporary Artist’s Book curated by Cathy Ryan ’07.
Since 1990 faculty member Tom Schroeder's animation and directorial work has earned him plenty of industry kudos and awards.
Faculty member Lara Rodriguez is featured on The Fanzine.
An MN Original special featuring faculty member Valerie Jenkins aired this past Sunday.
Jenkins is a painter who finds inspiration in a small greenhouse that she began placing small glass objects in after all the plants inside died almost immediately. The gorgeous scenery created by the changing light and blurring interior-exterior boundaries has become the subject of much of Jenkins's recent work.
Faculty member Diana Eicher is one of the many notable people who is involved with Bee Arts, a new model for how scientists, artists, institutions, and individuals can work together to solve problems and make art that engages community.