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Jason Phillips: Olympic Screen

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Jason Phillips: Olympic Screen

Jason Phillips (BFA '05) recently designed and fabricated the Olympic Screen, a free-standing screen crafted from recycled oil drums.

Sue Holdaway-Heys: Work Here and Abroad

An art quilt by Sue Holdaway-Heys (MFA '94) was recently requested for loan to the US ambassador to Mozambique through the Art In The Embassies program.

Lucy Engelman: Medal Finalist in Society of Publication Designers 49th Annual Awards

Lucy Engelman (BFA '11) has been named medal finalist in several categories for the Society of Publication Designers 49th Annual Awards in recognition of her work for Bon Appétit magazine.

Keith Ekstam: Visiting Artist Residency

Keith Ekstam (MFA '87) will serve as a Resident Visiting Artist at Guldagergaard International Ceramic Research Center, Skælskør, Denmark, during the month of June, 2014.

Brian Schorn: Exhibition of New Work and Arts Education Grant

In 2013, Brian Schorn (MFA ’87) exhibited new work in a two-person exhibition called "Lost and Found" at the Omega Institute, and received an Arts Education Grant from Arts Mid-Hudson and Netherwood Elementary School.

Launch: 2014 Senior Exhibition

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Launch: 2014 Senior Exhibition

Launch, the 2014 Stamps School Senior Exhibition, features culminating projects by graduating seniors in all of the school’s exhibition venues. Apr. 18 - May 3.

VISUALIZING DATA: The Art of Information

VISUALIZING DATA, curated by Jeanne Hunter-Moore, features artistic interpretation of signs, symbols and statistical data. Work: Detroit from Mar. 14 - Apr. 25; reception 6 - 9 pm, Mar. 14.

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Rita Lee's (BFA '14) senior thesis project, Eloquence, explores the limitations of language and time, as she embeds sentences in jars of resin, the words carefully crafted on grains of rice.

Yes, that’s right, grains of rice.

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Stamps faculty and pulitzer-prize winning photographer, David Turnley, reflects on the Rwandan genocide in @nytimes http://t.co/UxwsPknZkd

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Only a half an hour left at Womyn's opening! Work by #umstamps seniors, Leah Whiteman, Tarah Douglas, Taylor Ross and Madalyn Hochendoner. Opening: Tonight! 6 - 9 pm Closing: May 4, 12 - 2 pm 325 Braun Court, Ann Arbor #uofm#arts#umicharts#senior#ip2014 #talented#annarbor

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Tonight at 6pm: our galleries open, revealing a year's worth of inquiry, experimentation, making and the formulation of a senior thesis project. Here's...