Brett Wallace (MFAST ’19) was named a Member of the New Museum’s fourth annual NEW INC Class for the September 2017 to August 2018 program cycle. NEW INC is comprised of over eighty Members working at the intersection of art, design, and technology whose projects prioritize social impact, addressing issues of surveillance, climate change, discrimination, disability, and access, among other pressing humanitarian concerns.
During his residency, Wallace will continue to explore the labor model and territories within accelerated capitalism through video, narrative storytelling, and installation.
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Joy Moore (MFAST ’14) recently received MICA’s Toby Devan Lewis Fellowship. This competitive fellowship with a $10,000 cash award is granted to an exceptional graduating MFA student working in painting, sculpture, mixed media or performance art. The mission of the Toby Fund is to support programs and people with ideas and abilities to foster creativity and encourage new approaches to arts, education, environment, civic, health, and social services. The fellowship is named for a philanthropist, art collector, author, and curator who served as curator for the Progressive Corporation’s art collection, one of the top contemporary art collections in the country. Please join us in congratulating Joy!