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Megan Flood Featured in GDUSA Podcast

July 9, 2019 • Alumni News, Alumni - Undergraduate News

Megan Flood (BFA ‘10) was recently featured on a Graphic Design USA podcast. Megan is the CEO and founder of NYC-based design studio Marine Lane. A past “GDUSA Person to Watch,” Megan discusses how she became interested in design and the… Read More >

Marc Sirinsky: Limited Edition Book Now Available

July 9, 2019 • Alumni News, Alumni - Undergraduate News

Microcosmic, a limited edition book of Marc Sirinsky’s (BFA ‘97) portfolio of photography by the same name, is currently available for purchase. The book highlights the series of dye sublimation prints on aluminum that were shown at The… Read More >

Elijah Haswell Publishing LGBTQ+ Book via Kickstarter

July 8, 2019 • Undergraduate News

Stamps student Elijah Haswell is working to publish People of Pride: 50 Stories of LGBTQ+ Americans, a fully illustrated, hardcover book packed with the stories of 50+ LGBTQ+ individuals from American history on Kickstarter: the campaign… Read More >

Ana Vincent: “The Rougaroux” Wins at The Vidlings and Tapeheads Film Festival

July 8, 2019 • Alumni News, Alumni - Undergraduate News

Ana Vincent’s (BA 2018) animated short, The Rougaroux, has been accepted to film festivals across the country, including The Lift-Off Genre Film Festival (where she won first place out of 84 other internationally participating shorts), The… Read More >

Motawi Tileworks at Ann Arbor Art Fair

July 8, 2019 • Alumni News, Alumni - Undergraduate News

Motawi Tileworks, owned by Stamps alumna Nawal Motawi (BFA ‘88), will have a booth at this year’s Ann Arbor Art Fair. Motawi will display and sell an extensive collection of handcrafted art tile, with on-site framing and clock installation… Read More >

Allen Samuels Designs Device to Rid Oceans of Plastic

July 2, 2019 • Faculty News

Stamps Professor and Dean Emeritus Allen Samuels has proposed a simple, low tech floating device that could help remove the 9 billion tons of plastic that is placed in the ocean each year. “I am not seeking any reward. I am simply… Read More >

Holly Hughes in NY Times

July 1, 2019 • Faculty News

The New York Times published Holly Hughes’s short essay on what the Stonewall Riots means to her in T Magazine. Hughes is featured in the group show Art After Stonewall at New York University’s Grey Art Gallery. ... Read More >

Alex Moore Featured on Emerging Artist Platform

July 1, 2019 • Alumni News, Alumni - Undergraduate News

Alex Moore’s (BFA ‘17) work is currently featured on Medium Rare Art. The first platform of its kind, Medium Rare Art sells the work of undiscovered, emerging artists while also providing them with new networking opportunities. Alex is… Read More >

Rowan Renee Writes Article for Aperture

July 1, 2019 • Graduate News

The Aperture Foundation in NYC published Rowan Renee’s (MFA ‘19) review of Pacifico Silano’s exhibition, Speaking Little, Perhaps Not a Word. The piece connects Pacifico’s archival process of re-photogrphing gay erotica and pornography… Read More >

Natalia Cuevas: Honorable Mention, 2019 International Sculpture Center Awards

June 26, 2019 • Alumni News, Alumni - Undergraduate News

Natalia Cuevas (BFA 2019) has been selected for an Honorable Mention award in the International Sculpture Center’s 2019 Student Awards competition. Read More >