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Julie Eisenberg Pitman Presents at Rough Road Ahead

November 14, 2019 • Alumni News, Alumni - Undergraduate News

Julie Eisenberg Pitman (BFA ’93), a Stamps School alumna and accomplished collage artist and designer, will be featured in the group exhibition, Rough Road Ahead, hosted by Viridian Artists Gallery in New York. Pitman uses her collages to… Read More >

Ken Aptekar Pits Diderot’s Encyclopedia Against Fake News

November 14, 2019 • Alumni News, Alumni - Undergraduate News

Work by Stamps alum Ken Aptekar (BFA ’73) is featured in L’Encyclopedie et Nous? Oeuvres et Video de Ken Aptekar on view November 15, 2019 – January 15, 2020 at the historic Bibliothéque Bussy-Rabutin, in Autun, France.Diderot’s… Read More >

Conner Darling and Sindhu Giri Create VR Experience of Geomagnetic Storms

November 12, 2019 • Alumni News, Alumni - Undergraduate News

Conner Darling (BM ’19) and Sindhu Giri (BA ’19, BS ’19) were artists in residence in the Magnetometer Lab at the Space Research Center, University of Michigan. Their collaborative project is a virtual reality (VR) experience within a CAVE… Read More >

Holly Hughes Speaks at Harvard

November 12, 2019 • Faculty News

Stamps Professor Holly Hughes will be speaking in Dr. Deborah Levine’s Collaborative Art Laboratory in the Harvard’s Department of Theater, Dance and Media on the topics of collaboration and queer art making. She’ll be in conversation with… Read More >

Leslie Sobel: Shrines & Reliquaries: Memorializing Climate

November 12, 2019 • Alumni News, Alumni - Undergraduate News

Work by Stamps alumna Leslie Sobel (BFA ’83) will be featured in Michigan Medicine’s ongoing exhibit Gifts of Art: Bringing the World of Art & Music to Michigan Medicine. For her series, Shrines & Reliquaries: Memorializing Climate, Sobel… Read More >

Leila Mullison Illustrates U-M Medical School Findings

November 12, 2019 • Undergraduate News

STAMPS undergraduate student Leila Mullison created an image summarizing recent findings by geneticists at UM-Medical School that newly evolved genes in mice can distort the number of male or female offspring. Mullison’s image accompanied… Read More >

Holly Hughes Reads in New York City

November 12, 2019 • Faculty News

Stamps Professor Holly Hughes will be reading at Performance Space New York in a series curated by novelist and scholar Sarah Schulman. Hughes will be sharing new work on a bill featuring National Book Award winning writer Jessica… Read More >

Patricia and Joel Beals Transform Tiny Ann Arbor Bungalow

November 11, 2019 • Alumni News, Alumni - Graduate News, Faculty News

A new modern home design in the Water Hill neighborhood in Ann Arbor is getting some attention and was recently on the September 2019 Remodelers Home Tour. The home was designed by Stamps lecturer and alum Patricia Ferrer Beals (MFA ’98)... Read More >

Jen Boudon Illustrates CAPS Faculty Toolkit for Mental Health

November 11, 2019 • Undergraduate News

Stamps undergraduate student Jen Boudon worked closely with Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) Associate Director of Community Engagement and Outreach, Dr. Christine Asidao, this past summer to produce an illustrated toolkit… Read More >

Joseph Trumpey and Ellen Rutt Raise Awareness of Climate Crisis

November 8, 2019 • Faculty News

Stamps Associate Professor Joseph Trumpey and Detroit based artist Ellen Rutt were featured in The Michigan Daily article, “Activist Art: Building Bridges Against the Climate Crisis”.“As activists and community members alike are taking to… Read More >