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Sherri Smith: Solo Exhibition and Former Students Featured

July 13, 2018 • Alumni News, Alumni - Graduate News, Faculty News

Stamps Professor Sherri Smith’s work as an artist, educator, and mentor will be celebrated in two exhibitions opening August 25 at the Crooked Tree Arts Center in Petoskey, MI. Read More >

Kathryn Brackett Luchs: Images from Detroit’s Cass Corridor Screens at MOCAD

July 9, 2018 • Faculty News

In conjunction with the ongoing exhibition Michael Luchs: Fictitious Character, “Images” from Detroit’s Cass Corridor, a film by Stamps Lecturer Kathryn Brackett Luchs and Shaun Bangert, will screen at MOCAD on July 12 at 8:00 pm. Read More >

Tarik Dobbs Published in diode poetry journal, Chapbook Forthcoming

July 9, 2018 • Undergraduate News

New poetry by Stamps student Tarik Dobbs was recently published in diode poetry journal volume 11.2. Read More >

Endi Poskovic: MI-LAB artist residency in Japan

July 9, 2018 • Faculty News

During the months of June and July, Stamps Professor Endi Poskovic participates in a six-week artist-in-residence program at Mokuhanga Innovation Laboratory in Fujikawaguchiko, Yamanashi Prefecture, Japan. Read More >

Jennifer Krause Chapeau Interviewed in Zoneone Arts

July 9, 2018 • Alumni News, Alumni - Undergraduate News

In a new interview published by Zoneone Arts, Jennifer Krause Chapeau (BFA 1984) discusses her paintings, her career as a scene painter in film and television, and her experience as one of two USA finalists in the Luxembourg Art Prize. Read More >

Anne Mondro Presents at the British Society of Gerontology Conference

July 9, 2018 • Faculty News

Stamps Associate Professor Anne Mondro presented two papers on her creative aging research and intergenerational community art programming at this year’s British Gerontology Conference, Ageing in an Unequal World, held July 4-6 in Manchester, UK. Read More >

John Marshall Finalist in Design Competition

July 2, 2018 • Faculty News

A team including Stamps Professor and MDes Program Director John Marshall, Cézanne Charles, and Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning faculty Harley Etienne and Anya Sirota has been selected as a finalist in the DIA Plaza and Midtown Cultural Connections design competition. Read More >

Carol Jacobsen’s Clemency Project in the News

June 27, 2018 • Faculty News

Stamps Professor Carol Jacobsen is an award-winning social documentary artist whose works in video and photography address issues of women’s criminalization and censorship. As director of the Michigan Justice and Clemency Project… Read More >

Peter Crow Receives Award at MFAC

June 27, 2018 • Alumni News, Alumni - Undergraduate News

Peter Crow (BFA ‘76) recently received an award from the Michigan Fine Arts Competition, an annual exhibition held at the Birmingham Bloomfield Art Center. Read More >

Sophia Brueckner: ISEA 2018 in South Africa

June 27, 2018 • Faculty News

Stamps Assistant Professor Sophia Brueckner is exhibiting the Embodisuit at the International Symposium on Electronic Art in Durban, South Africa from June 23-30, 2018. Read More >