Faculty and staff member Dr. Thomas O. Haakenson has been invited to give the keynote presentation at the twenty-third annual Graduate Student Symposium of Department of Germanic Languages and Literatures at Washington University in St. Louis.
Congratulations to current students Kelsey King, Greta Kotz, Rosemary Valero O'Connell, Eddie Perrote, Allison Strom, and Jared Tuttle on their acceptance into the Society of Illustrators 2014 Student Scholarship Competition.
Join MCAD's MFA students for a weekend's (and a workday's!) worth of art openings. Attendees will be encouraged to view the artworks and share their thoughts on everything from public silence to social constructions to mystical transcendence.
Former faculty member Elizabeth Erickson presents Now and Then, Kinds of Light, an exhibition of paintings and mixed media work that celebrates the meeting of eastern and western culture, which will be on view next month at Form + Content Gallery.
Lindsay Splichal ’13 is one of the rising stars in a new local program that is changing the way corporations and artists interact. The Art Leadership Program (ALP) is redefining corporate sponsored art by engaging companies through artists, installations, and exhibitions, rather than curated permanent collections.
As someone who runs a leading brand strategy firm in the land of Fortune 500 company headquarters, it surprised Cecere to learn that Minnesotans scored worst in the nation when it came to employee engagement according to an early 2013 Gallup poll.
Interested in metal sculpture or learning how to weld? Kelly Ludeking ’97 is teaching two welding classes in late February for Crossings at Carnegie, an art gallery and gift shop in Zumbrota, Minnesota.
This spring, faculty member Denise DeLuca and Stefanie Koehler ’13, MA, will be presenting three workshops for the organization systems renewal graduate program at Bainbridge Graduate Institute in Seattle, Washington.
Faculty member Diana Eicher's article "Versatile Stencils" was published in the Winter 2013 issue of the British magazine Printmaking Today. The article includes Eicher's research on how to use Tyvek as a stencil for screenprinting.