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Reception: Thursday, March 1, 5–7 pm
The Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design JERUSALEM—Israel’s oldest institute of higher education and a leading academy of art, design, and architecture—has put together an exhibition to celebrate its 105th anniversary, as well as to introduce some of Israel’s emerging artists, providing a fresh and creative outlook on Israeli society. MICA is the first U.S. venue of this touring exhibition, showcasing the best contemporary creations from Bezalel graduates of the last five years.
This exhibition builds upon many years of MICA’s cultural partnership with Bezalel, stemming from semester abroad exchanges. Both institutions act as key players in the global artistic discourse and can celebrate their many graduates forging important crossroads throughout the international art world.
The exhibition, curated by the head of the Ceramics and Glass Design Department, Muli Ben Sasson, includes diverse works from the Academy departments: fine arts, architecture, photography, ceramics and glass design, industrial design, jewelry and fashion design, visual communications, and screen based arts, as well as works from the graduate programs: Master of Urban Design; Master in Policy and Theory of the Arts; Master of Design, and Master in Fine Arts.
For updates and accompanying program information, visit mica.edu/bezalel.
Image: By Ayala Sol Fridman (Ceramics and Glass Design Department), student work from Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design.
Additional Locations in Brown Center: Leidy Atrium and Rosenberg Gallery.
Maryland Institute College of Art, Brown Center: Falvey Hall (more info)
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