On September 25 at 5:10 pm, the Penny Stamps Speaker Series presents Rei Inamoto at the Michigan Theater.
Nick Tobier recently spoke about the innovative style of British designer Thomas Heatherwick in A Wall Street Journal article.
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.
Cooper Holoweski's (BFA 2004) piece Katabasis will be screened/performed as part of DLectricty in Detroit on Fri., Sept. 26th and Sat., Sept. 27th at the CCS Ford Kresge Building.
From their collaboration on 14th Street in New York, Nick Tobier and Sara Holwerda (BFA 2006) are part of Art in Odd Places: The Artifacts, an exhibit of selected ephemera and objects from the 10 year history of public interventions into the street scape of New York.
Jennifer Karady works with veterans returning from the Iraq and Afghanistan wars to create narrative photographs that tell their stories. Oct. 10 - Nov. 12 at Slusser, reception: Fri Oct. 10, 5 - 8 pm
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.
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.
Proof that the Penny Stamps Speaker Series RULES: Selfies with Pussy Riot.
Balaclavas on a beautiful day. A beautiful day for Pussy Riot!!! #punkprayer #stampsseries #umstamps
We have so many people to welcome to campus this semester, including a new MFA cohort! Here they are on a recent Detroit adventure tour, led...