Learn more about the HEMI/MICA Extreme Arts Program Artist in Residence position and application process at the information session on December 2 starting at 3:00pm at MICA’s Fred Lazarus IV Center!
MICA and HEMI staff will explain more about the program, and past Artists in Residence will give short presentations on their experiences and final works. A Q&A session and light refreshments will follow.
The application period for the 2020 HEMI/MICA Extreme Arts Program Artist/Designer in Residence is now open!
The goal of this artist/designer in residence is to bring MICA and JHU faculty together to collaborate and explore ways to represent, visualize, and/or interpret HEMI research. Representations of HEMI research can include, but are not limited to:
The semester in residence is expected to take place in either the fall semester from late August – December 2020 or the spring semester from January – May 2021.
Proposals are due by 5PM on Friday, February 14, 2020. Please email the proposal as a single PDF document to Bess Bieluczyk ([email protected]). Questions may be addressed to Bess as well.
Click here for more information about the requirements and proposal process.
Join us as we celebrate the completion of projects by our 2019 HEMI/MICA summer program participants!
Laila Milevski (Illustration Practice) worked with Prof. Thomas Gernay (Dept. of Civil Engineering) to create a pamphlet series related to different aspects of fire engineering, as well as a stop-motion animation centered on the experience of wildfire and losing one’s home.
Mae Rowland (Interdisciplinary Sculpture) worked with Prof. Susanna Thon (Dept. of Electrical & Computer Engineering) on the nature of physics and light in the scope of computational modeling and digital 3D rendering.
Yi Zheng (Illustration) worked with Prof. Sabine Stanley (Dept. of Earth & Planetary Sciences) on creating illustrations and animations related to planetary magnetic fields and interior structure models.
Presentations will take place in Malone Hall, Room G33/35.
The Hopkins Extreme Materials Institute (HEMI) and the Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA) are pleased to announce the Semester Artist/Designer in Residence. The goal of this artist/designer in residence is to bring MICA and JHU faculty together to collaborate and explore ways to represent, visualize, and/or interpret HEMI research. Visual representations of HEMI research can include, but are not limited to:
The semester in residence is expected to take place in either the fall semester from late August – December 2018 or
the spring semester from January – May 2019.
Current MICA full-time faculty and part-time faculty who have taught nine credits per academic year for the past two consecutive years are eligible to apply for this semester in residence.
The total budget request for this semester in residence may not exceed $15,000. The semester in residence (and its fee) is based on an assumption that this commitment is part-time and equivalent to one day of work per week for the semester. Budget line items can include, but are not limited to: MICA faculty compensation, materials, supplies, course release/replacement costs, etc. It is expected that all artist/designer work will be performed by the selected MICA faculty member. The final budget is subject to negotiations between MICA and JHU.
Click here for more details about the program and application requirements. Please email your completed proposal as a single PDF document to the HEMI Senior Administrative Coordinator, Bess Bieluczyk ([email protected], 410.516.7794). Questions may be addressed to Bess Bieluczyk as well.
HEMI has partnered with Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA) to create Extreme Arts Workshops. The workshops, geared towards the non-artist, are free and open to Johns Hopkins University students. The goal is to foster cross-disciplinary thinking and collaboration through hands-on demonstrations.
Draw in Draw out Draw on will focus on exploring how the process of drawing allows for a deeper understanding of the senses – of our internal and external environments. Working with internal responses made visible through drawing, and developing skills through visually observed reality, this workshop connects participants with their powers of observation holistically.
Allows the practitioner (trains the brain) to observe events in relationship to one another, as opposed to isolated incidents.
Instructor: Michelle La Perrière, Professor, First Year Experience; Drawing: MAT, MICA
To register visit: https://hemi.jhu.edu/academic-programs/hemimica-extreme-arts-program/extreme-arts-workshops/
The HEMI/MICA Extreme Arts Program is an initiative that brings faculty and students from both institutions together to explore unique perspectives on extreme events. The program aims to encourage collaboration among artists and researchers to examine data, interpret outcomes, and translate results from extreme events in new ways. It is our hope that this dialog will create a stronger community through a shared sense of curiosity and exploration.
This year’s interns will present their final work and discuss their experience working with members of HEMI. Event will take place on the JHU campus in Malone Hall, Room G33/35.
A capstone exhibition of works developed over a one-year residency with the Hopkins Extreme Materials Institute
Milton S. Eisenhower Library, Q Level
3400 N. Charles St.
Baltimore, MD 21218
Artist Talk 5:30 – 6 PM
Extreme is a word often used to consider the outermost limits. We strive to find the boundaries of our existence, yet we assume that those bounds can always be pushed further. This exhibition of photographs and sculptural works uses analogy and storytelling to playfully describe how HEMI is pushing the extreme boundaries of materials, time, and scale through their research. The audience is invited to consider the imagination required to observe and test a world that is so far beyond our given, natural senses.
Join us as we view presentations from our 2016 HEMI/MICA Extreme Arts Program Interns!
Tila Assgari (Interdisciplinary Sculpture) worked with Professor Sung Hoon Kang to explore the flexibility and stability of certain materials when they are manipulated in different ways. Seth Izen (Animation) worked with Professor KT Ramesh to create an educational animation that explains a specific part of HEMI’s research to the nonscientific public.
Presentations will be held in Malone Hall, G 33/35.
Click here for more information on the HEMI/MICA Extreme Arts Internship Program.