Design Critique Day


MICA design experts will give one-on-one advice to JHU students on presentation and research poster design. Students and postdocs can sign up for 20-minute time slots. Please bring a presentation or poster that you would like to be reviewed.

This would be great opportunity for those prepping for WSE Design Day!

You must sign-up for a review time HERE to participate.

HEMI/MICA Extreme Arts Summer Project/Internship Proposal Deadline

The Hopkins Extreme Materials Institute (HEMI) and the Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA) are pleased to announce the 2015 Summer Project/Internship. The goal of this project/internship is explore visual representations of the HEMI organization, structure, current research, and relationships. Visual representations can include, but are not limited to: storyboarding and narrative, animation, photography, graphic design, interactive arts or products, games, information visualization, illustration, or drawing.

HEMI expects the internship to take place between June 1 and August 15, 2015.

Click here for details on what to include in your proposal.

Proposals are due by 5:00 pm Wednesday, April 22, 2015. Please email the proposal as a single PDF document to the HEMI Senior Administrative Coordinator, Ms. Bess Bieluczyk ([email protected], 410.516.7794). Questions may be addressed to Ms. Bieluczyk as well.

HEMI/MICA Extreme Arts Open House

HEMI/MICA Extreme Arts Open House
Light refreshments will be provided

Location: Malone Hall, Homewood Campus of Johns Hopkins University

The Open House provides an opportunity for Johns Hopkins University (JHU) and Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA) faculty to learn about each other’s research interests and explore potential synergies. Possible mutual areas of interest may include but are not limited to:

  • Data visualization
  • Interpretation, translation, and/or effective communication of large amounts of data
  • Response to research regarding HEMI ‘extreme’ events, collaborations, interdependent systems through:
    • Storyboarding and narrative
    • Animation
    • Photography
    • Graphic Design and graphics
    • Interactive arts or products
    • Games
    • Information visualization
    • Illustration
    • Drawing
    • Painting
    • Sculptural forms or materials

At the Open House, we will be announcing a residency program at HEMI for an artist or designer for Fall 2015 semester. This proposal-based opportunity encourages JHU and MICA faculty to team together to explore new approaches and provide new perspectives to HEMI-related research and themes.

The event is free, but registration, providing some basic information and images, is expected by April 6, 2015. The registration data will be available to participants at the Open House to support collaboration and shared dialog at the event. Any submissions after April 6th will not be included in the Open House.

Images and information submitted  at registration will be used for display and a program distributed at the event as well as for publicity surrounding the Open House.

Click here to register if you are a MICA faculty member/student. Registration will request the following items:

  • Contact information
  • Artist/Designer statement and/or research interests
  • Personal website URL for your practice and/or research
  • Upload of up to three images (jpeg format preferred, 300 dpi) which will be displayed during the Open House

Click here to register if you are a JHU faculty member/researcher. Registration will request the following items:

  • Contact information
  • Research interests
  • Personal website URL for your research
  • Upload of up to three images (jpeg format preferred, 300 dpi) which will be displayed during the Open House

If you have any questions, please contact Ms. Bess Bieluczyk, [email protected] and (410) 516-7794.

Information for attendees:

If you are traveling by car, visitor parking is available in the South Garage. If you are using a GPS system for directions, the best address to use in 3101 Wyman Park Drive.

Malone Hall (#43 on the map) is located between Mason Hall and Hackerman Hall on the Johns Hopkins University campus.