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Keith Ekstam: Visiting Artist Residency

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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.

David Turnley: New York Times Interview

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.

Leisa Rich: Fairytale Installation

Leisa Rich's (BFA '82) explorations of unusual new materials have recently resulted in an SDA Award of Excellence and several exhibitions.

Valerie Doran Bashaw: Latest Commission

Valerie Doran Bashaw (MFA '92) has completed a four-panel commission for a private residence, created using Katagami, Japanese mulberry stencil paper and colored paste resists.

Gabriella Boros: Multiple Shows Ongoing

Gabriella Boros (BFA '83) is currently showing her work at four venues simultaneously, with work at Chicago's Rivendell Theater, Highland Park's City Hall and Arthur Feldman Gallery of Judaica, and the Anne Lloyd Gallery in Decatur, Illinois.

VISUALIZING DATA: The Art of Information

Exhibitions

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.

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.

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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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@Despicablemewe shares with us this photograph- "playtime with some beautiful sculptures" from the WOMYN show last night. #umstamps#womyn#artshow#artschool#artist#ip2014

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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...