On the 20th anniversary of the Rwandan genocide, The New York Times interviewed David Turnley on his experience and the photographs he took while covering the events.
Performance artist Amanda Krugliak (BFA '84) was recently interviewed for the online publication SLICE, which highlights people in Ann Arbor and surrounding communities actively engaged in the arts and other creative pursuits.
Beverly K. Brandt's (BFA '73) The Craftsman and The Critic: Defining Usefulness and Beauty in Arts and Crafts-Era Boston, has been selected as one of the "50 Must Have/ Must Read" books by the International Federation of Interior Architects/Designers.
Judy Enright's (BFA '85) work is featured in "Everywoman", an exhibition celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Center for the Education of Women, March 3 - May 23 at the Rackham Building in Ann Arbor.
Lucy Engelman (BFA '11) is the illustrator of a The Collective Quarterly, a new publication celebrating travel, exploration and lifestyle.
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, 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.
I began this project with a box of letters. A collection of correspondences, written haphazardly, frustratingly, intentionally and lovingly over the years. These correspondences serve as a...
RIGHT NOW! In the #MichiganTheatre #UMstamps seniors are showing animation work. If you're not there right now, you better make your way there. Thanks for the photo @Cyabdelnour #repost #projection#senior#artwork#video#film#annarbor#art
Time to Launch. Join us for the festivities, they start tonight! http://stamps.umich.edu/exhibitions/special/launch