Exhibitions

Current & Upcoming
Exhibitions

Stamps Gallery Reopens to University of Michigan Community

Note: Stamps Gallery will be closed due to inclement weather on Tuesday, 2/16/2021.

Stamps Gallery welcomes University of Michigan faculty, staff, and students to our Fall 2020 exhibitions two days per week, Tuesdays and Fridays, 2 pm-7 pm, starting Tuesday, September 15. Mask mandates are in full effect, as are capacity limits and other visitor expectations. We ask that all visitors review our COVID-19 Stamps Gallery policies prior to your arrival. 

Following guidance from University administrators and public health officials in response to COVID-19, Stamps Gallery is unable to welcome the general public to our gallery at this time. You must have a valid MCard for entry. 

Both the general public and University of Michigan faculty, staff, and students are welcome to join the gallery for our virtual events this fall, to be announced over the coming weeks. We are working hard to make our website and virtual programs become the platform where we can engage with the wider public on the themes and questions that the artists and designers are asking us to consider in this fall season of exhibitions. 

Current Exhibitions

Story, Word, Sound, Sway

January 18, 2021 – February 28, 2021 • Stamps Gallery

An exhibition of work by eleven Stamps Alumni using performance, movement, text, sound, and design to interrogate systems of oppression and interrupt the status quo. Read More >

Upcoming Exhibitions

Heartened Surfaces: The 2021 MFA Thesis Exhibition

March 12, 2021 – May 2, 2021

Heartened Surfaces: The 2021 MFA Thesis Exhibition brings together culminating projects by 2nd-year graduate students Christine Bruening, Nathan Byrne, Rey Jeong, and Benjamin Winans. Read More >

Envision: The Michigan Artist Initiative

November 4, 2021 – January 8, 2022

Envision: The Michigan Artist Initiative is a new awards program designed to support the development of contemporary artists living and working in Michigan. Read More >