On October 02 at 5:10 pm, the Penny Stamps Speaker Series presents Fred Tomaselli at the Michigan Theater.
Stamps Sophomore Katie Mongoven will have a sculpture exhibited in Riverside Arts Center's Great Lakes 'Small Works' exhibit this October.
Nick Tobier recently spoke about the innovative style of British designer Thomas Heatherwick in A Wall Street Journal article.
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.
Nora Venturelli is one of 28 artists celebrating the third annual Women Painting Women show, opening Oct. 11 at Richard J Demato Fine Arts Gallery in Sag Harbor, New York.
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.
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
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.
Farmer as Creative features creative solutions that farmers use every day. At Work Gallery from Oct. 17 - Nov. 16 with an opening reception on Tues., Oct. 21 from 5 - 8 pm.
Stamps alum Julie Pincus is a native Detroit-er who now lives in New York, but today she returns to Ann Arbor for a book-signing event at Literati Book Store. Julie is an award-winning graphic designer specializing in...
Alums in NYC Sara Radin & Ellen Rosengard threw a little alumni shindig and sent us this nice photo :) Love to the Big Apple from the big Mitten!
Tomorrow at the Michigan Theater, Fred Tomaselli talks about his dizzyingly colorful, complex painting and collage work. Your weekly treat from...