Cindy Gilbert, director of the Master of Arts in Sustainable Design program, has been invited to create an educational webinar on the topic of biomimicry and architecture called "EcoBalance and Biomimicry: Inspired by Nature."
Faculty member Erik Brandt's Ficciones Typografika project continues to gain coverage. The popular project is featured in the April 2014 edition of the Swiss publication IDPURE (No. 34) and the March 2014 issue of the highly respected French magazine étapes (No. 218).
Mark Mallman ’95 has been added to the lineup for this summer's Midwest Music Showcase at the Twins Stadium. Ten musical acts have been selected to play before and during a different game throughout the 2014 season.
Faculty member Michael Kareken will exhibit his work in an upcoming group show at the Bloomington Art Center. Fruitful and Multiplying addresses the issue of overpopulation and its effects. The exhibition is curated by artist John Schuerman and also includes Mayumi Amada and Jim Proctor.
After an incredible thirty-eight years at MCAD, faculty member Ruth Voights is bidding us farewell this spring. Lindsay Nohl ’03 and Jenny Bookler ’11 from Light Grey Art Lab recently sat down with Voights to have a conversation about her long history at our school, during which she has impacted so many students.
With a new show, Now and Then, on view in Alaska, Scott McDonald ’96 has been featured in the Anchorage Daily News for his compelling paintings, described in the article as "childlike but not childish."
Student Marie Ketring is curating a screening of short films from the early days of cinema projected on 16mm film. Attendees of the event, happening later this month at the Walker Art Center, will see Spanish devil magicians, infidelity in insects, and the absurdity of dreams.
Faculty member Denise DeLuca and Stefanie Koehler ’13, both from MCAD's Master of Art in Sustainable Design program, will be holding a workshop called Bio-Inspired Tools for Radical Transformation at the Bainbridge Graduate Institute's Organizational Systems Renewal program on Friday April 11.