Check out a collection of 70 individual artworks

The Minneapolis Art Lending Library, co-founded by staff member Larsen Husby, will host its March 2015 Lending Hours at the American Swedish Institute on March 18.

George Morrison ’43

The St. Paul Library and recently made a Beyond the Book special based the award-winning Modern Spirit by George Morrison ’43.

Jamie standing in front of the Guggenheim

After graduating in December, Jamie moved to New York City for an internship with one of the coolest museums in the world.


MCAD alum Oanh Vu has organized yet another MNKINO tonight in Northeast Minneapolis.

Carolyn Swiszcz's Inventory is on view at the MIA

Carolyn Swiszcz ’94 is showing a solo exhibition at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts.

Paper Cut

Gregory Euclide ’08, MFA, will be showing work in the exhibition Paper Cut, along with Swoon, Nicola Lopez, Bovey Lee, and others. Don't miss the opening reception this weekend.

Spyhouse Coffee Exhibiton: Josh Olson

Student Josh Olson has seized the opportunity to display his work on the walls of Spyhouse Coffee on Nicollet.

Cold Whisper, 2011, by Julie Sirek

The Women's Art Institute is hosting the 2015 Art Sale for Scholarships on March 14.

MFA candidate Eric Yevak has been named one of nine New York artists to watch by Gotham and Beautiful Savage magazines.

Jeff Berg's photo in Star Tribune

Jeff Berg ’97 is featured in the Star Tribune for his work with advertising agency Haberman.

Movie poster for Insectula!

Mike Peterson ’85 will be showing a film at Theaters at Mall of America.

Work by Samantha Leopold-Sullivan

Body and Machine: An Exhibition of Kinetic and Interactive Art is an exhibition of work that addresses the relationship between the human body and machines. For this show, artists from five states were invited to submit everything from the hand-cranked to the computer controlled.

Work by MCAD students accepted into the New York Society of Illustrators

Six illustrations from MCAD students were accepted into the New York Society of Illustrators 2015 Student Scholarship Competition.

Katie Rose Kaufman

German student Sebastian shares his story of discovering MCAD and his love for film!

Ironhead Promotional Image

For three weeks last year, Kelly Ludeking ’97 was followed by a film crew documenting him before, during, and after his Down on the Farm Iron Pour, a gathering of local and national artist working together to pass on the tradition of cast iron art.

Tales of Lyla Cover

Amit Tishler ’12, MFA, is publishing the comic book series Tales of Lyla.

The Wedge Table

The Wedge Co-op recently opened their new commissary kitchen and market café, the Wedge Table, on Nicollet Avenue.

Posting for This Must Be The Place

Catch work by current MFA students Julie Benda, Anna Biedenbender, Allison Brown, Bradley Cook, Liza Dorsey, Preston Drum, Rachel Jennings, Niky Motekallem, Sarah McPherson, Kathryn Miller, Alex Mitchell, Jo Yeh, and Eric Yevak in an upcoming group art show.

Student Ryan

Horizon Honors High School student Ryan Deitchman was interviewed by In the Zona about his reputation as the school's go-to photographer and future college plans. In the interview, Deitchman mentions that he's applied to MCAD, in addition to two other schools.

Jay Coogan being presented a check

MCAD president Jay Coogan is featured in the Southwest Journal.

Postcard for Reverberations

Faculty member Lynda Monick-Isenberg is featured in an upcoming exhibition.

Reverberations, a juried exhibition featuring work of artists who attended the College of Visual Arts, will take place at both the Form+Content Gallery and the Traffic Zone Gallery.

President Jay Coogan

As I start my sixth year as MCAD’s president, my two key goals for MCAD and its students are to create access and opportunity.

Inside MCAD's New M/LAB

MCAD, meet M/LAB, a transformative space as ambitious, creative, progressive, and impressive as the students and community it now serves.

Gerald Ronning

As thought leaders in their fields, many come from the world’s top art and design venues, including the new chair of the liberal arts department, Gerald Ronning, PhD.