MCAD News


Paper Tiger ’03 from Doomtree Records

MCAD alum Paper Tiger (aka John Samuels) has designed a new book out by Doomtree Records. 

Work by Chong Lim and his wife, Judi

Chong Lim ’71 and his wife, Judi, will be displaying their handmade and embossed paper at the outdoor event Arts in the Park in Belfast, Maine, in mid-July.

Annoyed by Bruce Peterson. Photo courtesy of brucepeterson.com

Alum Bruce Peterson's work is featured in issue 33 of Creative Quarterly.

This survey helps determine the space needs of artists and creative workers

Faculty member Jerry Allan is conducting a survey for artists living in the Hastings and River Valley area.

Untitled by Lyz Wendland, courtesy of lyzwendland.com

Lyz Wendland ’09, MFA, is currently displaying work at the Phipps Center for the Arts.

Greg Bro, who operates thebroshow.com, chats with Pioneer Press

Animator Greg Bro ’02 was interviewed by the Pioneer Press to talk about his website, thebroshow.com.

Kate Worum's Illustration for Allison Kaplan's Column

Kate Worum ’11 has a cute illustration accompanying Shopping + Style Senior Editor Allison Kaplan's July column in Mpls.St.Paul Magazine.

Micah by Ben Fredrickson (Minneapolis Series)

Benjamin Fredrickson ’03 is featured in this month's issue of OUT magazine. In the article, the photographer discusses his latest work—an exploration of the humanity behind current hookup culture.

Photo courtesy of Eliza Gomez's Facebook page (Art by EGo)

Current student Eliza Gomez will be a part of the RAWartists showing at the Pourhouse next month.

Weinland Park Story Book

Jean Pitman ’86, the youth programs educator at the Wexner Center for the Arts, was recently given the task of working on a public art project with teenagers in Weinland Park.

Installation by ConfettiSystems

Tomorrow is the opening day of NYC Makers: The MAD Biennial, an exhibition spotlighting the burgeoning creative communities across the five boroughs, including of course the "maker-hub that is Brooklyn." The work of 100 artists and designers, including both big names like Yoko Ono and up-and-comers, will be on display.

Luisa Rivera's work in Oxford American Magazine

Current student Luisa Rivera's beautiful work has been featured in Oxford American Magazine.

Visit Michael Kareken's open studio today at Groveland Gallery

Michael Kareken will be be participating in Groveland Gallery's open studio tour this Saturday, June 28 as part of their "Summer Shorts" series of events.

Illustrations done by Adam Setala

Adam Setala ’13, MFA, was awarded a residency and will be spending July in Hameenkyro, Finland. During his time at the residency, he will be working on two books.

Photograph of Jacob Schroeder by Savanna Ruedy

It seems that Jacob Schroeder ’14 is being recognized everywhere lately. Not only was he recently featured in Forget Good's summer issue, but he also sat down this month with local arts and culture blog​ MPLSTYLE to chat about his approach to artmaking.

Organism as Symbolism features the work of Lynda Monick-Isenberg

Faculty member Lynda Monick-Isenberg has teamed up with Steve Ozone in their exhibition Organism as Symbolism

Monica Haller at work on Beneath the Ground

The Minneapolis Institute of Arts has unveiled Beneath the Ground, a museum-wide exhibition by Monica Haller ’05, MFA.

Luisa Rivera is a current student studying illustration.

Congratulations to Luisa Rivera, whose work was recently published in VisteLaCalle magazine. 

BØJE by Kassandra Huynh

Kassandra Huynh ’13 has been selected as one of forty finalists to compete at the IWF 2014 Design Emphasis Student Furniture Design Competition in Atlanta.

SIGNAL poster by Jiyun Lou

SIGNAL posters by Jiyun Lou 14, MFA, have been featured on Golden Bee—Moscow International Biennial of Graphic Design's Facebook page, which collects "the best world achievements in graphic design."

Staff member and alum Tyler Page talks with Blurb about being a graphic novelist

Faculty member and alum Tyler Page has been featured in Blurb's monthly newsletter. In the interview, Page speaks about his experience being a self–publishing graphic novelist.

Congrats to all the McKnight Visual Artist Fellowship Recipients

Congratulations are in order for David Bowen, Sam Gould, Alexa Horochowski, Michael Hoyt ’94, Alison Malone ’92, Lamar Peterson, Joe Smith, and Tetsuya Yamada: these eight talented artists are each 2014 McKnight Visual Artist Fellowship recipients.

Berliner 137, 2013, by Gregory Ganeles

Gregory Ganeles ’10 and Greg Graham currently have their work featured in the exhibition Ganeles and Graham at the Groveland Gallery.

Street art in Dallas by Faile, captured by Google Street View technology

We can't be alone in our excitement about Google's soon-to-be-launched Street Art Project, an online gallery of the world's amazing variety of street art. Google has steadily been capturing many of these images with "Google Street View technology."

Fun-House is one day only, so don't miss it!

Faculty member Gudrun Lock is teaching a summer intensive called Collaborative Processes in which students have created works responding to the environment in a Northeast Arts District building. The public is invited to see and experience the works during a one-day-only event. We don't have all the details, but judging by the title this is sure to be a "fun" time.