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Check out these games by MICA’s new game designer-in-residence

Earlier this week in Business Buzz, we told you that The Maryland Institute College of Art named Silver Spring native Lishan AZ its first ever Game Designer-in-Residence, and that she plans to work on an interactive experience on Baltimore’s public transportation, using ...

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MICA names a Game Designer-in-Residence

The Maryland Institute College of Art named Lishan AZ its first ever Game Designer-in-Residence, another step forward for the school’s developing game design program. For the first time, this year the school is offering a Bachelor of Fine Arts in ...

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MICA grant to further entrepreneurship among artists

Students at the Maryland Institute College of Art will get the chance to turn their craft into a business after the Baltimore art school was awarded a three-year, $600,000 grant from the Philip E. and Carole R. Ratcliffe Foundation on ...

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Manufacturing leaders share visions of ‘fourth Industrial Revolution’

As new technology makes its way through the country’s manufacturing sector, business leaders hope to see what they call a “fourth Industrial Revolution” in Maryland and across the country. The National Association of Manufacturers concluded Friday a 10-day, seven-state manufacturing ...

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Baltimore artist will help you color your stress away

Whether he’s out with friends or in the hospital recovering from back surgery, Howard “Curly” Greenberg is always doodling on his drawing pad. He averages at least two to three drawings a day, mostly what he describes as “doodles,” and ...

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Lazarus, Bogomolny receive Sondheim awards

Retiring presidents Robert Bogomolny and Fred Lazarus, of the University of Baltimore and the Maryland Institute College of Art, respectively, both received Sondheim Public Service Awards Thursday from the Greater Baltimore Committee. The university presidents were recognized for their “extraordinary” ...

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