MICA student Amy Wetsch builds sculptures inspired by the planetary environments studied by Hopkins scientist Sarah Hörst.
At biannual hackathon, many will develop apps aimed at improving urban living.
Students from Johns Hopkins, MICA team up for multidisciplinary design challenge.
Kimberly Hall explores research through an artist’s eye with interactive installation created as part of the HEMI/MICA Extreme Arts Program.
Program brings faculty, students together to translate research on extreme events in new and creative ways.
The collaboration between HEMI—where they study how things physically come apart—and MICA—where they study how things aesthetically come together—is marking its third year with its first exhibition.
Jay Gould, a professor of photography at the Maryland Institute College of Art, traded his Mount Vernon studio for space in the Whiting School of Engineering’s Malone Hall in 2016 as the first Artist-in-Residence for the Hopkins Extreme Materials Institute. The result: A large-scale art exhibit including photographs that depict the artist’s interpretation of extreme materials.
Faculty and students from the Hopkins Extreme Materials Institute (HEMI) and the Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA) gathered on Tuesday, Sept. 1 in Malone Hall to celebrate the work of the 2015 HEMI/MICA Extreme Arts Program summer Interns. Samantha French and Amanda Metcalf worked with HEMI faculty, staff, and students to complete the 10-week program […]