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Rei Inamoto

On September 25 at 5:10 pm, the Penny Stamps Speaker Series presents Rei Inamoto at the Michigan Theater.

Norie Sato Awarded

Norie Sato (BFA 1971) has received the the Public Art Network Leadership Award from Americans for the Arts and the Governor's Art and Heritage Award for an Individual Artist.

Endi Poskovic Lectures at Tokyo University of the Arts

Endi Poskovic presents "Toward a Universal Pictorial Language: Modern Woodcut Movement in China", a paper which introduces new perspectives on contemporary mokuhanga in China, Sept. 10-14 at the Tokyo University of the Arts.

Exhibition: Displacements

Displacements, an exhibition of work by faculty from the Stamps School of Art & Design curated by Gunalan Nadarajan, opens Oct. 15 at the School of Arts, Renmin University of China.

Bill Burgard: Art Installation for University of Michigan Hospital

Bill Burgard (BFA '79) was recently commissioned to create large format portraits of the UM Hospital Department of Gastroenterology's top five researchers.

Pan Gongkai: Melt

Exhibitions

Pan Gongkai: Melt

Chinese master painter Pan Gongkai, a strong proponent of the tradition of ink painting in China and one of the most ardent experimenters with its forms. Sept. 12 - Oct. 11 at Work: Ann Arbor.

Bottom Feeders and The Distant Self

Delving beyond the limited thresholds of representation and likeness, this exhibition questions the confines of the “self-portrait.” Sept. 15 - Oct. 8 at Slusser; Reception 9/15 15 5-8pm.

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Who says you can’t see with a box on your head? Students in Rebekah Modrak’s Studio 2D class recently made Camera Obscuras and took them out for a test run on campus.

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