MCAD News


Illustration by Alexis Politz

Current student Alexis Politz will be making art at Rap For Life, an upcoming benefit for at-risk youth. Funds from the show will go to the Kulture Klub Collaborative.

The Frog Maiden by Aimee Hagerty Johnson

The current issue of Ladybug magazine features the work of children’s book illustrator Aimee Hagerty Johnson ’10.

Illustration by Joslyn Schmitt

Alum Joslyn Schmitt's newest illustration was featured on the Allen Interactions blog and the February issue of Technology Enabled Learning Excellence Essentials.

Katie Rose Kaufman

Living on your own for the first time can be great, but it can also be a letdown when you don't get along with your roommate. So what's a person to do when problems arise?

Valentine's Day at MCAD

It’s that time of year again filled with love, laughter, and sometimes heartache: Valentine's Day!

Allegra Lockstadt Illustration for Racked: Fashion Gateway Drugs

Beautiful illustrations by Allegra Lockstadt ’10 are featured in fashion website Racked's recently published article "Fashion Gateway Drugs," art directed by Dylan Lathrop ’09.

Still from Doomtree Video directed by Maria Juranic

Maria Juranic ’05 lends her impressive filmmaking skills to the Doomtree crew in their latest video.

Currents branding by This Is Folly

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.

World-renowned artist Wanda Gág

The city of New Ulm, Minnesota, is looking to commission a qualified sculptor to design a public art piece in honor of Wanda Gág, class of 1916. The bronze sculpture will be placed in front of the local library.

Painting by George Morrison; Image courtesy of the Minnesota History Center

The Minnesota History Center celebrates the first comprehensive retrospective of work by George Morrison ’43, "a key Native American modernist" who is renowned for his landscape paintings and sculptures.

Postcard for Work By Artists Gregory Euclide and Melissa Loop

Work by Artists Gregory Euclide ’08, MFA, and Melissa Loop ’05 will be opening at Track 29 Gallery next Thursday.

Illustration for Down the Rabbit Hole

Current students John Wilinski and Leigh Luna illustrated for the article Down the Rabbit Hole on Pollen.

Scott Seekins giving a special tour at the MIA

Scott Seekins ’68 recently gave a tour at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts and they featured some of his best moments in a video.

Karen Lindholm-Rynkiewicz

Karen Lindholm-Rynkiewicz ’80 teaches engineering and design at Muskego High School, Wisconsin. She is featured on page five of the school's magazine Pathways.

An excerpt from the book New Challenges in Data Design

Faculty member Arlene Birt authored a chapter in the newly released book New Challenges in Data Design.

Photograph by McCartney, courtesy of her website

Faculty member Paula McCartney was recently awarded a 2015 Minnesota State Arts Board Artist Initiative Grant.

Poster for The SFV Skate Culture Show at 11:11

When Bill Rude ’96 first heard about a project involving artist-painted skate decks being sold to help raise money for a Quechan Memorial Skate Park, his first thought was to reach out to MCAD for help.

Horror artwork by Bill Rude

Bill Rude ’96 recently sat down with HorrorAddicts to chat about his horror-themed artwork.

Photo courtesy of fishbones-illustrations.blogspot.com

Congratulations to current MFA student John Bivens for receiving a nomination for a Ghastly Award.

Oh Libra, 2012, by Stephanie Molstre-Kotz

Join Stephanie Molstre-Kotz ’01, MFA, Caitlin Karolczak, Shelly Mosman, and Kyle Fokken this Friday for an artist discussion.

The discussion is a part of Wintertide: Conversations and Closing. The topic will be on judgment and success from an artist perspective.

A still from West's film Tired Moonlight

Alum Britni West's film Tired Moonlight was called "the most enchanting feature" at this year's Slamdance Festival in a review by Ben Umstead for Twitchfilm.

Matilda in the Middle by Cori Doerrfeld

Alum Cori Doerrfeld's nineteenth picture book was recently released from Little Brown Books for Young Readers.

Work by Diana Eicher

Staff member Diana Eicher recently showed in an exhibition at Gallery 1639.