Thursday, April 21, 2022
Lecture / Discussion
Open to the public
Free of charge
Join us for our second annual virtual celebration of Earth Day, as we host our next installment of Stamps @ Home: Sustainability from Farm to Studio.
At Stamps, we believe in the value of creative practice as an engine for cultural and social change. This virtual event provides an exciting opportunity to hear from members of the community who are exploring new technologies and sustainable dyeing practices, and using them to change the way we work in studios and celebrate our graduates. From facilitating a dye garden at U‑M’s campus farm, to creating graduation cords with homegrown materials for students working in sustainability, collaborations across campus are empowering us to engage in this innovative work.
Moderated by Professor Joseph E. Trumpey, Associate Professor of Art, Environment, and Natural Resources and Director, Sustainable Living Experience.
Alex Bryan (BA LSA ‘07), Manager, U‑M Sustainable Food Program
Ellie Keessen (BFA Stamps ‘25), Current Student and Sustainable Living Experience (SLE) Participant
Kit Parks (BFA Stamps ’15), 2D/Fibers Studio Coordinator, Penny W. Stamps School of Art & Design
Sherri Smith, Catherine B. Heller Collegiate Professor Emerita of Art, School of Art & Design
Jon Zeilinger, Owner & Operator, Zeilinger Woolen Mill in Frankenmuth, MI
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