THE MAKE COOL STUFF LAB IS AVAILABLE TO ALL FOUNDATION STUDENTS

@ the Maryland Institute College of Art  (BALTIMORE,MD)

 

THE MCS LAB IS EQUIPPED WITH A VARIETY OF TOOLS IN ORDER TO ENCOURAGE

MULTIDISCIPLINARY WAYS OF THINKING + MAKING  

 

JOIN US!

 

Students, Faculty and Staff with questions about the MCS Lab:

contact THE MCS LAB MANAGER!

    
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MARY REISENWITZ

MCS LAB MANAGER

Mary is a recent MICA graduate who is eager to enhance access to resources within the Foundation community.  She can show you how to use all the equipment in the space and is happy to brainstorm/troubleshoot with you at any stage of your process!  She specializes in prototyping, research and training.  Don't hesitate to reach out to her!

 

 

 

 

JENNA FRYE

FOUNDER

Frye is a member of the full-time faculty at MICA where she also serves as Coordinator of the Electronic Media and Culture program. She founded The Make Cool Stuff Lab as a place for her students to play with new technologies and make work from the idea out (as opposed to the medium in). You're likely to find her designing nerdy toys and games for her students to learn with, fiddling with the latest techno-crafts or maybe just playing with blocks. 

Jenna teaches in the Foundation and Graphic Design departments. Her courses include: Electronic Media and Culture (EMAC), Elements of Visual Thinking 1 + 2, Patterns, and Epic Fail.