"In response to the recent immigration actions taken by President Trump, I want you to know that MCAD stands in support of all of its students regardless of nationality. We value the diversity of MCAD and seek to be inclusive of people of all backgrounds and belief systems."
In three exhibitions --Another Voice, A Pressing Matter, and Trump: Backward-Forward--MCAD alumni, faculty, students, and staff comment on social justice issues of the present and past, in the United States as well as abroad.
Eight hundred students from around the world call MCAD home; ninety-five percent rely on financial aid to make their dream of attending MCAD a reality. Show your love for these students with a scholarship gift today.
Register your little one(s) for a creativity-filled summer camp or class at MCAD--including Monsters Ink, Sculptural Portraits, and Carnival of Cats. Programs fill up quickly, so don't think on it for too long!
Belly Up, a new membership club for grown-ups created by Noah Miwa '08 and Dave Ostlund, is the ultimate way for craft cocktail- and beer-lovers to explore the best drinks around the Twin Cities.
The public is invited to free talks by photographer Alec Soth on February 24 and curator Yesomi Umolu on March 1.
Creative Morning MCAD is excited to host the March 17 Creative Mornings event, featuring a well-known alum. More info coming soon.