Our studios are some of the best in the country, and we have the tools and work spaces to help you realize your ideas.
Located in the Art & Architecture building on U-M's North Campus, our studios and dedicated coordinators will help you create work in clay, fibers, metals, painting, drawing, photography, printmaking, sculpture, wood working, rapid prototyping and video production.
Learn more about these unique spaces below.
Enter the ceramics studio and discover everything you need to know about clays, glazes, mold-making, kilns and clay sculpture. It is home to 15… More Info >
Computational Media studios provide facilities for programming and electrical soldering. Classes in these studios work with sensors, electronic components, hardware, and software to create… More Info >
The Design studios, located on the second floor of the Art & Architecture building, have northern exposures for excellent natural lighting, and plenty of… More Info >
Our Digital Fabrication equipment is located in rooms 1070, 1071, and 1074. These are the studios you’ll turn to for 3D Printing, CNC Milling/Routing,… More Info >
The Digital Print Lab is available to all currently enrolled Stamps students, faculty, and staff. You may use the lab equipment for your course… More Info >
The Documentation Studio has equipment to quickly and efficiently document small to medium 2D and 3D work. The studio may be reserved by currently… More Info >
Drawing studios are located on the second floor of the Art & Architecture building. Large, north-facing windows provide natural daylight. Studios are equipped with… More Info >
Directly across the street from the School, the Duderstadt Center provides state-of-the-art electronic media labs, a large video and performance studio, an audio recording… More Info >
The Equipment Checkout Office, or ECHO for short (room 2144) provides Stamps students, faculty, and staff with a wide variety of resources at no… More Info >
Three rooms comprise the fibers studio: The Weaving Studio with its 22 Macomber Looms, winders and umbrella swifts (to name a few); The Print… More Info >
The Hot/Cold Metal Studios and Metalsmithing/Jewelry Design Studio are made possible through the generous support of alumnus Dick and his wife Odette Maskell. The… More Info >
Painting studios are located on the second floor of the Art & Architecture building. Large, north-facing windows provide natural daylight. Studios are equipped with… More Info >
The Photo/Video Studio is designed to meet a variety of art and design needs and is open to all Stamps students. Use it to… More Info >
The Print Media Studio is equipped for relief, intaglio, and planographic processes. It has 2 etching presses, 3 lithography presses, and a small Vandercook… More Info >
Sculpture Studio is home to the Stamps School foundry, which is where you’ll be able to discover how to cast objects in bronze and… More Info >
All Stamps BFA and BA seniors are awarded individual, dedicated studios in the A&A building to use while working on their capstone Senior Projects.… More Info >
The Video Lab is outfitted with 21 computers and the software needed to support all Stamps audio, video, and animation courses. Students may use… More Info >
The Art and Architecture Woodshop is a jointly held facility, serving the Stamps School of Art & Design and TCAUP. ‘The shop’ is the… More Info >