MCAD News


Foreverence makes 3D printed cremation urns

Noah Miwa ’08 is a founding partner of startup company Foreverence. The company was featured on the front page of the Pioneer Press. 

Job and Internship Fair Attendee

An insider look at last Friday's Job and Internship Fair for current MCAD students.

Bill Rude ’96 is an LA based horror artist

Los Angeles horror artist Bill Rude ’96 is featured in the latest episode of the Over Coffee Show.

Die Wunderkammer Reception

A look at the reception for the spooky new show in student-run Gallery 148.

Image courtesy of ghendennis.com

Ghen Dennis ’91 curated a Middle East Film Festival at St. Ambrose University last week.

MEND With Me takes place every Tuesday in November

Emmett Ramstad ’07, MFA, is participating in a couple events this fall.

Robert Marbury has an interest in taxidermy art

Robert Marbury ’04 sat down with Pioneer Press and discussed why he considers himself a rogue taxidermy artist.

Spirit Path, New Day, Red Rock Variation by George Morrison, 1990

Late acclaimed artist and MCAD alum George Morrison's work will be on display in an upcoming exhibition.

Estlund's work was featured alongside Have Mercy in Radar Poetry

Faculty member Shannon Estlund's work is featured in the online poetry journal Radar Poetry. It accompanies the poem Have Mercy.

Yamazaki is an abstract oil painter living in the twin cities

Mieko Yamazaki ’01 will be exhibiting with Jack Madar in Within from Without.

Autumn, Minnesota, 2014 by William Murray

William Murray ’74 is displaying his vivid watercolor landscapes in the exhibition The Places I Remember.

Karen Wirth's book was featured in Bound and Beyond

Staff member Karen Wirth's artist book Viewpoints was featured in Bound and Beyond: Structure in Book Art at the Union Art Gallery.

Minnesota Icon Kitchen Towel by Tomás Villaseñor

MCAD DesignWorks is collaborating with Vestiges to create unique towels.

Eddie Perrote ’14 talks about his graduation and future plans

Eddie Perrote ’14 is featured in Desktop Magazine's issue 305.

A piece from Paula McCartney's Bird Watching series

Faculty member Paula McCartney is having a busy month!

Memorial, 2014, by Holly Streekstra

Faculty member Holly Streekstra ​and friend Nathan Coutts will be showcasing in Holly Streekstra & Nathan Coutts: New Work for Franconia in the City.

DuCett with the moms of the Mom Booth, photo courtesy of Huffington Post

Andy DuCett's interactive installation Mom Booth is getting a lot of positive press.

Larsen Husby's Interstate opens tonight

Staff member Larsen Husby's solo exhibition Interstate opens tonight.

Tom Garrett's illustration for Scope

Faculty member Tom Garrett illustrated old superstitions including why building elevators don’t have a thirteenth floor for Scope’s October 2014 issue.

Grid Analysis of the New York Times by Sarah Boley

Faculty member Erik Brandt, current student Sarah Boley, and alumni Brian Mueller, Kayla Kern, and Sara Zahedi are featured in Typographic Design: Form and Communication.

Ball Run

Foundations 3D students create beautiful, audial structures reminiscent of the old childhood game Marbleworks.

Imagery being transferred over to a skateboard

Alumni Lindsay Nohl, Chris Hajny, Jason Norman, Eric Gorvin, Bill Ferenc, Anne Macarayan, Benjamin Currie, Christopher Hegland, Rebecca Olene, and Jared Tuttle are featured in the exhibition Skate or Die. 

Photo courtesy of CityPages

According to City Pages the annual Mechademia Conference on Asian Popular Cultures, which took place at MCAD in late September, was a hit this year.

Arch of Hope took place in Marquette Plaza's Cancer Survivor Park

Tons of people gathered on Saturday to see Eric Rieger ’07 (a.k.a HOTTEA) showcase his installation made to support breast cancer awareness.