February 10 – March 4, 2023
201 South Division Street
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104
Open to the public
Free of charge
The Stamps School’s annual Undergraduate Juried Exhibition is a showcase of the best work produced by Stamps undergraduate students.
For this academic year, we are excited to bring back the Undergraduate Juried Exhibition to its traditional “in-person” format at the Stamps Gallery from February 10 to March 4, 2023.
A highly anticipated Stamps School tradition, the Undergraduate Juried Exhibition provides an opportunity for the school to support students whose creative work is recognized as exceptional by invited jurors, with awards announced at the exhibition reception.
- Allison Crawford: Opportunity Fund
- Brianna Fox: Robert D. and Betsy D. Richards Memorial Award
- Paige Gilstad: John H. McCluney Memorial Achievement Award
- Catherine Ramsey: Guy Palazzola Memorial Award
- Yasmine Safadi: Opportunity Fund
- Elle Schwiderson: Guy Palazzola Memorial Award
- Siyu Zhong: William A. Lewis Watercolor Prize
Learn more: 2023 Undergraduate Juried Exhibition Awards
Helen Gotlib is from Ann Arbor, Michigan. A lifetime commitment to art has led her to a career as a full time fine artist. Over many years including study at the University Of Michigan School Of Art & Design and Kyoto Seika University she has developed a detail oriented style incorporating drawing, printmaking and mixed media processes. Much of Gotlib’s work has been focused on the life cycle of flora. She has created images of unexpected beauty and emotional power by particularly focusing her attention on dried, dead flowers. Gotlib’s work is exhibited across the country.
Parrish Hanna is a seasoned veteran leader of global User Experience and Design Strategy. His careers have spanned industries including telecom, consumer electronics, entertainment, outdoor adventure, automotive and mobility. And amongst those verticals, he has held leadership positions in global corporations, brand & marketing holding companies, strategic consulting and others.
Carrie Morris is the Founding Director of Detroit Puppet Company, a non-profit arts studio driven by the belief that something as small as a puppet can inspire large social change. You can read more about what she does at detroitpuppetcompany.com.