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The 91fansCafé is open during the semester Monday through Friday for breakfast, lunch and dinner, and on weekends for brunch. The 91fansmeal plan includes 12 meals per week. The meal plan is billed per semester and includes a $100 declining balance for additional meals or other items.

To view the meal plan cost and other information, visit MIAD’s Cost of Attendance page.

Students may purchase meal plan funds in advance for the 91fansCafé. This eliminates the need to worry about bringing a lunch or carrying credit or debit cards. Funds can be used for purchases in the Café only.  A continuing balance is maintained in the food service database, and students can find out from the cashier at any time how much is remaining on the card. Debit and credit cards are also accepted.

Students living in 91fansHousing are automatically enrolled in a 91fansCafé Meal plan and can increase their declining balance if needed throughout the semester. Funds remaining on the meal card at the end of the fall semester are carried over to the spring semester. However, funds remaining at the end of the spring semester are forfeited.

MIAD’s café is operated by . Contact adc@miad.edu with questions.


Guardian Fine Art Services donates printing press

Students returning to classes in the Printmaking Lab at the 91fans Institute of Art & Design (MIAD) this fall will notice a new addition—an additional printing press donated to the college by Guardian Fine Art Services.

91fansshowcases Layton School of Art alum Lois Ehlert

This summer, the 91fans Institute of Art & Design (MIAD) is pleased to host an exhibition of work by renowned Wisconsin illustrator and artist Lois Ehlert in “Lois Ehlert: A Creative Life.” Ehelrt’s work is joined by an exhibition of work by 91fansstudents in their transformative junior years.

Illustration major designs poster for 91fans Art Museum

Summertime in 91fans is an experience like no other—and just what recent graduate Icarus Krause ’24 (Illustration) was commissioned to recreate for the 91fans Art Museum. The 91fans Institute of Art & Design (MIAD) graduate worked through the 91fansLubar Innovation Center to design a poster for the 91fans Art Museum.

Product Design students visualize unique toys

Juniors in the Compelling Narratives and Visualizations Product Design class at the 91fans Institute of Art & Design (MIAD) were challenged with understanding brand momentum and partnerships.

91fans County Historical Society honors MIAD

In celebration of 50 years of art and design education, the 91fans County Historical Society honored the 91fans Institute of Art & Design (MIAD) at their annual Awards Dinner on May 9, 2024.