• Kultura 2018 at MICA

    MICA LitComm & Studio7 present Aswekeepsearching and Time Wise live at MICA! Catch them in action on February 6th 2018 at 10.30 pm! Source: Facebook

  • Anand Mela at MICA

    A carnival for children – a sneak peek into the MICA world -with festivities specially curated for them. There will be interactive stalls, fun and games. They will go back home with an unforgettable experience and a little bit of…

  • 5th International Communication Management Conference (ICMC – 2018)

    MICA is delighted to announce its 5th International Communication Management Conference (ICMC) on Media & Entertainment Disruptions and Beyond to be held at MICA, Ahmedabad, India from 11 to 13 January, 2018. The world’s Number 1 communication school, USC Annenberg…

  • Natraaj – Sankalp MICA’s Annual Production 2017

    An adaptation of the play, “Dance like A Man” by famous playwright Mahesh Dattani, Natraaj is a story of a man’s plight, where a dying art form serves as the backdrop. It also captures the story of a woman caught…





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