The Stamps Gallery is the School's new exhibition space in downtown Ann Arbor, located at 201 S. Division Street on the first floor of the McKinley Towne Centre (between Liberty and Washington). With nearly 8,000 square feet of exhibition space, the Stamps Gallery will house rotating exhibitions of contemporary art and design, including work by Stamps students, faculty, and alums.
The Stamps Gallery offers us a larger and more expansive space to support more ambitious exhibition and curatorial programs. The space will allow us to show works that fuel our students’ education and give them hands-on opportunities in exhibition participation, promotion, curation, and design.”
Guna Nadarajan, Dean of the Stamps School of Art & Design.
October 20, 2017 – November 3, 2017
Processes of Making is an undergraduate group exhibition featuring works in a variety of medias, on view Friday, October 20 - Friday, November 3, 2017 in the Stamps Gallery. Read More >
The streets around the Stamps Gallery are lined with parking meters. Meters are free on Sundays and after 6:00 pm during the weekdays. Credit cards and cash accepted.
City Parking Structures
Liberty Square Parking Structure (Tally Hall): This structure is located directly around the corner from the Stamps Gallery at 510 East Washington Street. The structure is open to the public (no permit required). Credit cards and cash accepted.
Maynard Street Parking Structure: This structure is a five-minute walk from us and is located at 324 Maynard Street near the Michigan Theater. After leaving the structure, walk toward Liberty Street and turn left on to E. Liberty Street. Walk one block and turn right on to South Division.
Thayer Street Parking Structure: The Thayer Street Parking Structure is the closest U-M structure. A blue or gold parking permit is required for this structure.
Thompson Street Parking: There is a parking lot on the east side of Thompson Street just past E. William Street. A blue or gold parking permit is required to park in this lot. If you continue down Thompson Street, there is a parking structure on the right. It requires a blue or gold permit.