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Minneapolis College of Art and Design faculty member Piotr Szyhalski has been recognized by The New York Times for his topical daily art series COVID-19: Labor Camp Reports.
Minneapolis College of Art and Design student and designer Jared Maire has a simple, yet important message: Health is not an abstract idea.
The Minneapolis College of Art and Design welcomes Robert Ransick as its new Vice President of Academic Affairs, who comes from Bennington College in Vermont and The New School in New York.