Tag: Curatorial Practice

“When People Trust You”: MICA’s EXCHANGE Residency Brings International Artists “Home” to Baltimore

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Beth Fredrick and Elisa Garcia de la Huerta stroll toward School 33 in Federal Hill.
Beth Fredrick and Elisa Garcia de la Huerta stroll toward School 33 in Federal Hill. photo by Hyejung Jang

Don Palmer — a former music critic for The Village Voice, a retired government employee, and a recent Baltimore transplant — had some misgivings about helping his artist houseguest with certain of her intimate items in their laundry it was his turn to wash. So he contacted his wife, Beth Fredrick, who was in Ghana for work, and told her about his predicament.

Baltimore’s Art Attack: MICA’s New MFA in Curatorial Practice Sets “Sites”

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-1This spring, be on the lookout for even more awesome local art to bloom in place. Numerous places, in fact. Thanks to MICA’s new M.F.A. in Curatorial Practice, gifted grads are partnering with organizations and communities to stage exhibitions across Baltimore from March through June.

Wait, what the heck is an M.F.A. in Curatorial Practice? You ask. Get this…

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