Graduate Open House
Friday, November 18, 2016 from 12:00 - 6:00 pm
On November 18, 2016, learn more about Stamps graduate programs and meet faculty, current graduate students, and graduate program directors David Chung (MFA) and John Marshall (MDes) at the Stamps Graduate Student Open House.
Highlights of the day will include:
- Guest lecture by visiting artist kate-hers RHEE
- MFA and MDes program presentations
- Tour of Stamps facilities and graduate studios
- Reception with Stamps faculty and graduate students
kate-hers RHEE: If I can K-Pop dance, I’ll be part of your beauty revolution.
Living and working in Berlin, Germany since 2009, kate-hers RHEE was born in Seoul, South Korea and raised in racially segregated, working-class Mount Clemens, Michigan. She received her BFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and her MFA from the University of California - Irvine, where she was a Graduate Studies Diversity and Jacob K. Javits fellow. RHEE’s work has been shown nationally and internationally with recent exhibitions and interactive projects at British Museum - London (2016), Asian Art Museum - Berlin (2016-2017), Neuer Berliner Kunstverein (2016) Group Intervention Video - Montreal (2015), Künstlerhaus Dortmund (2015), Humboldt Lab Dahlem Museum - Berlin (2015), Korean Cultural Service - New York (2015), Berlinische Galerie - Museum for Modern Art (2014) and SOMArts - San Francisco (2014).
In this one hour talk, RHEE will discuss the evolution of her politically engaged work as an artist and her dogged pursuit of cultivating creativity and playful improvisation in her artistic practice. She’ll touch on past work and influences to frame the context of her current interdisciplinary project, called Modern Beauty Ideals in the Age of Digital Technology or If I can K-Pop dance, I’ll be part of your beauty revolution. This work takes the form of photography, drawing, sculpture, video, internet art, installation and social intervention to engage hetero-patriarchal global beauty ideals and accompanying digital technology from a transnational feminist perspective.
The Stamps School is on the University of Michigan's North Campus. We are located in the Art & Architecture Building, 2000 Bonisteel Blvd, Ann Arbor, MI 48109 (Google Map).
We recommend parking in U-M lot NC43, accessible from Fuller Rd. (Google Map). One half of this lot is designated as metered visitor parking: park in a spot that has a number assigned, and use this number to pay at the parking kiosk.
If you have any questions, call (734) 764-0397 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.