The MCAD walls are always available for installations that pertain to any medium. Students are allowed to showcase their originality through a new perspective, whether it be for a class critique or a personal experience.
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.
Part two in a series on the teaching artist minor: Teaching Artist: Practicum lets students teach in classrooms across Minnesota. Students come out of it with real-life experience, hilarious anecdotes, and grand insights into the true purpose of art.
If you are interested in majoring in film at MCAD, there are many exciting classes to choose from. I recently had the opportunity to sit in on Tom Pope's Advanced Screenwriting class and witness first-hand the baby steps that students are taking as they work toward producing a full two-hour movie script by the end of this semester.