Nancy Carlson ’76 is the illustrator of the new children's book It's Okay to Ask.
Retired and soon-to-retire faculty members Phil Anderson, Kevin Byrne, Vince Leo, Mary McDunn, and Ruth Voights have been awarded professor emeritus status.
MCAD is one of the few schools in the nation to offer a major in comic art, which, according to the article Comic Book Heroes Not Hiding in the Shadows Anymore on the Record, is an industry that is growing.
On March 27, faculty member Jessica M. Dandona, PhD, participated in the annual conference of the Midwest Art History Society, held in Minneapolis.
Dandona presented the paper "The Anxiety of Influence: Japonisme, Nature, and the Formation of a National Style for France" at the event.
Faculty member Daniel Dean is featured in the exhibition Art(ists) on the Verge (AOV6) at the Soap Factory.
Faculty member Kindra Murphy is featured in the article Farewell to Milwaukee's Classic, Hand-Crafted Bus Passes on CityLab.
Faculty member Lara Rodriguez will speak during this year's Association of Writers Conference.
Faculty member Ed Charbonneau and his studio mate Jeremy Szopinski worked with Hastings High School art students and their teacher to paint and design the school's new mural.
Professor Emeritus Ruth Voights will be a guest speaker at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts for CreativeMornings/Minneapolis.
The Drawing Project (co-directed by faculty members Lynda Monick-Isenberg and Shannon Brunette) will be hosting Endless Drawing + Hydroelectricity at the Guthrie Theater with artist Aaron Marx.
Faculty member Denise DeLuca will be co-facilitating a workshop at the Living Future 2015 un-conference Thursday, April 2.
Emily Hoisington ’08, MFA, has organized Lunation: 29 days of darkness and light, a book of prints and an exhibition about the relationship between humans and the cosmos with a focus on what it means to be female and experience the rhythm of the lunar cycle.
Faculty member Diana Eicher was invited to participate in an exhibit celebrating the fifty year anniversary of the University of California Santa Cruz.
Faculty member Katherine Turczan's photograph is featured in the New York Times this week.
Body and Machine: An Exhibition of Kinetic and Interactive Art is an exhibition of work that addresses the relationship between the human body and machines. For this show, artists from five states were invited to submit everything from the hand-cranked to the computer controlled.
Faculty member Lynda Monick-Isenberg is featured in an upcoming exhibition.
Reverberations, a juried exhibition featuring work of artists who attended the College of Visual Arts, will take place at both the Form+Content Gallery and the Traffic Zone Gallery.
Faculty member and photographer Katherine Turczan is the latest MCADian to be featured on Twin Cities Public Television's weekly arts series MN Original. The episode will air this Sunday, February 22, at 6:00 and 10:00 p.m. on TPT 2.
Faculty member Piotr Szyhalski presents the app Ding an Sich, interactive artwork comprising a series of twelve canons that respond to the user’s touch to create individual experiences.
This Is Folly is "riding a wave of gratitude" since finding out their work will be included in the upcoming 2015 HOW Magazine International Design Competition.
Faculty member Arlene Birt authored a chapter in the newly released book New Challenges in Data Design.
Faculty member Paula McCartney was recently awarded a 2015 Minnesota State Arts Board Artist Initiative Grant.
Staff member Diana Eicher recently showed in an exhibition at Gallery 1639.
Faculty member Lara Rodriguez's poem The Bronx: A Bibliography is published on Poor Claudia.
Faculty member Jonathan Kaiser will be hosting an opening for his exhibition at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts tonight.