Seeing Heritage Algorithms Exhibition
February 22, 2019 – March 2, 2019
Seeing Heritage Algorithms is an exhibition of artwork by area youth using computational quilting software designed by Stamps professors Audrey Bennett and Ron Eglash. The artwork on view generates from a community-based STEAM workshop led by an interdisciplinary team of University of Michigan students. In the workshop, youth explore African-American, Native, and Appalachian textile traditions, creatively use these “heritage algorithms” to make their virtual designs on the screen, and physically render their creations as quilt blocks using an appliqué technique.
This exhibition is supported by the National Science Foundation.
- Seeing Heritage Algorithms: Artist Talk & Reception / Friday, February 22, 2019, 5:00pm - 7:00pm
Fall 2020 Hours and Policies
Beginning September 15, 2020, Stamps Gallery will be open to University of Michigan faculty, staff, and students on Tuesdays and Fridays from 2-7 pm.
All visitors must have a valid M-Card to enter Stamps Gallery. We are unable to welcome the general public to this space at this time.
201 S. Division Street, Ann Arbor MI 48104 (between Liberty St. and Washington St. in downtown Ann Arbor)