HEMI Celebrates 2016 HEMI/MICA Artist in Residence at Gallery Reception

Apr 27, 2017 | No Comments | By Jessica Ader

On the evening of April 26th, HEMI and MICA leaders and faculty gathered in the Milton S. Eisenhower Library on the Johns Hopkins Homewood Campus to celebrate the work of Jay Gould, the first HEMI/MICA Extreme Arts Program Artist in Residence.

Gould’s show, “Extreme Materials: Common Ground Between Art and Science” is a collection of photographs and sculptural works that uses analogy and storytelling to playfully describe how HEMI is pushing the extreme boundaries of materials, time, and scale through their research. The show runs through May 19th on the Q-level of the library.

For more information on the HEMI/MICA Extreme Arts program, click here.

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From left: Lori Graham-Brady (Associate Director, HEMI), Gwynne Keathley (Vice Provost for Research and Graduate Studies, MICA), and Samuel Hoi (President, MICA)

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From left: KT Ramesh (Director, HEMI), Lori Graham-Brady (Associate Director, HEMI) and Jay Gould (2016 HEMI/MICA Artist in Residence)

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A visitor learns more about Gould’s work with HEMI

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Leaders from JHU and MICA discuss Gould’s work

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Jay Gould speaks to the crowd about his creative process

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The crowd listen as Jay Gould speaks about being the first HEMI/MICA Artist in Residence

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KT Ramesh (HEMI) and Jay Gould (MICA) share thoughts during the gallery reception for Gould’s work

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A visitor looks at Gould’s artwork

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