Incoming fall 2015 student Drew Brix

Incoming fall 2015 student Drew Brix was featured on the front page of his school's paper The Bridges for receiving an admittance and a scholarship from MCAD.

Carnival of Collectables opened in Sicklerville, New Jersey

Ulana Zahajkewycz ’03, MFA, recently opened an antiques and art mall called the Carnival of Collectables in Sicklerville, New Jersey.

Wall of red heels presented in Cheri Gaulke's exhibition

Alum Cheri Gaulke's interactive video installation Peep Totter Fly will be featured in the group exhibition WonderWomen at the University of Minnesota.

Love you, Meryl.

You asked, we answered.

After sharing a post about what to expect your first semester at MCAD, students wanted to know about their last semester at MCAD. Here we go . . .

Eric Rieger, aka HOTTEA, teamed up with Sesame Street to create one of his trademark installations for the their new website.

MCAD Commencement Photo

The class of December 2014 celebrates the completion of their degrees in the departments of fine arts, media arts, design, and entrepreneurial studies.

Of the Night by Luisa Rivera

Current student Luisa Rivera sat down with Modern Midwest to talk about her surreal illustrations.

MCAD's Pre-College Summer Session

Liz Allen, a Pre-College Summer Session alum, describes her experience in the program for high school sophomores, juniors, and seniors.

Photo by Christopher Ludtke

Christopher Ludtke '92 is featured in the Minneapolis Photo Center's latest exhibition.

Inverse Echo will take place in the MIA's MAEP galleries

Faculty member Jonathan Kaiser will be hosting an opening for his exhibition at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts tonight.

Still-life drawing by Joe Sinness

Check out work from Joe Sinness ’05, MFA, at the Edward J. and Helen Jane Morrison Gallery.

Samantha French's work on Single, Carefree, Mellow

Alum Samantha French's artwork is featured on the cover of Katherine Heiny's latest book Single, Carefree, Mellow.

Rongbuk by Betsy Ruth Byers

Betsy Ruth Byers ’08, MFA, is showcasing her work solo exhibition Indeterminate Present at the Kolman & Pryor Gallery.

MCAD received a total of 20 awards in the competition

The Society of Illustrators of Los Angeles announced the results of the Illustration West 53 Competition and MCAD received a total of twenty awards.

​Congratulations to the following MCADians for receiving awards, and special mention to Ann Macarayan who ​took the Silver Award:

Pathway Series by Roman Verostko

Roman Verostko has been getting some great coverage lately. Verostko is an MCAD professor emeritus and an artist widely known for his algorithmic art. 

The Longing, 2008, by Julie Buffalohead

Julie Buffalohead ’95 is showcasing her work at the Minnesota Museum of American Art.

Micah, 2009, courtesy of Benjamin Fredrickson and Daniel Cooney Fine Art NY

Benjamin Fredrickson ’03 will be showcasing his photographs at Daniel Cooney Fine Art, New York, starting today.

Work by Lynda Monick-Isenberg

Faculty member Lynda Monick-Isenberg and Chelsea Kelly will host the opening reception for Collected and Contained in Silverwood Park on Thursday, January 8.

Joan Mitchell Logo

Aaaron Spangler ’93 has been named one of twenty-five recipients of the Joan Mitchell Foundation's 2014 Painters and Sculptors Grant Program. Recipients are granted $25,000 each.

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Toby Jones ’09 is nominated for an Emmy for his work on Cartoon Network's Regular Show.

Sam Hoolihan screened at Mono No Aware VII

Faculty member Sam Hoolihan screened a 16mm triptych film piece titled City 3 at this year's annual Expanded Cinema Exhibition Mono No Aware VII.

Dances with Lizards by Nathan Motzko

We interview Nathan Motzko, a second-year illustration major, about utilizing the Online Portfolio Review while he was in high school. He even shares one of the original pieces he submitted for review and a recreated version that shows off his improved skills!

NSFW by Jacob Schroeder

Jacob Schroeder ’14 was interviewed by Tom Johnson for Stubble Magazine.

MCAD Senior Jake Herrick

As we say goodbye to our graduating class, a few seniors reflect on their MCAD experiences and excitedly look to the future.