Maryland Institute College of Art’s BBOX performance space, located in the College’s new Gateway building, 1601 Mount Royal Ave., is the site of interdisciplinary, experimental, traditional and multimedia works created and performed by MICA students, faculty, and staff as well as members of the greater Baltimore arts community.
BBOX (Betty - Bill - Black Box) named in recognition of two creative spirits: Betty Cooke '46, distinguished designer, 1987 Alumni Award recipient, Alumni Council member, former MICA faculty member and William O. Steinmetz '50, distinguished designer, 1991 Alumni Award recipient, Alumni Council chair emeritus, MICA trustee, former MICA faculty member for their unparalleled commitment and generous support of their alma mater.
I thought the event went extremely well. Everything was well organized. Being a participant it didn't seem, or I didn't see any distress from the leaders of the event. But also as a participant it was fun, there was a lot to do and I had a great time!
It was great! With over 90 students in attendance the event was a huge success. Kate Bishop and Pat Farrell were amazing!
The make up was great, the decorations were amazing and the zombie pizza was hilarious.
It was well... epic? Too much trivia for one night. : )
LOVED KID EXP!!!