News & Events


Oka Doner Serves as Panelist at TEFAF Culture Program

May 8, 2019 • Alumni News, Alumni - Graduate News

Stamps alumna Michele Oka Doner (BSDes ‘66, TeachCert ‘66, MFA ‘68, DFAHon ‘16) will serve as a panelist at the TEFAF New York Cultural Program, which runs from May 3-7, 2019. The program brings together the distinctive voices of… Read More >

Schroeder Cherry: 2019 Sondheim Finalist and Solo Exhibition

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

Schroeder Cherry (BFA ‘76) is one of seven finalists selected for the 14th annual Janet & Walter Sondheim Artscape Prize by the Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts (BOPA). The competition awards a $25,000 fellowship to assist in… Read More >

Ruth Taubman: New York Trunk Show

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

Ruth Taubman (BFA ‘81) will display her full 2019 spring jewelry line at a private trunk show in Midtown Manhattan, May 14-16. To receive an invitation or to request more information, visit and click “Contact Us.”... Read More >

David Turnley Featured in Michigan Insider

May 7, 2019 • Faculty News

Pulitzer Prize winning photographer and Stamps professor David Turnley was featured in a Michigan Insider article for his upcoming trip to South Africa with the University of Michigan football team. Alongside U-M football coach Jim… Read More >

Jordyn Fishman in Detroit News

May 7, 2019 • Alumni News, Alumni - Undergraduate News

Jordyn Fishman (BFA ‘19) was featured in the Detroit News for the inclusion of her triptych painting, Together We Roar! Pt. 2, in Finding Our Voice: Sister Survivors Speak, an exhibition on view through March 2020 at the MSU Museum. An… Read More >

Bookmarks Exhibition Featured in Pulp

May 7, 2019 • Community News

In an article for Pulp, the arts and culture blog of the Ann Arbor District Library, Elizabeth Smith recounts her experiences with each work in Bookmarks: Speculating the Futures of the Book and Library, curated by Guna Nadarajan, dean of… Read More >

Carol Jacobsen in Detroit Free Press

May 7, 2019 • Faculty News

Stamps Professor and author of the book For Dear Life: Women’s Decriminalization and Human Rights in Focus (University of Michigan Press, 2019), Carol Jacobsen was quoted in the Detroit Free Press as part of the paper’s investigation into… Read More >

Detroit Neighborhood Entrepreneurs Project Featured by Michigan News Service

May 2, 2019 • Faculty News

The Detroit Neighborhood Entrepreneurs Project (DNEP), co-founded by Penny W. Stamps School of Art & Design professor Hannah Smotrich, is an interdisciplinary initiative that pairs U-M teams—including students from the Law School, Ross… Read More >

Juliet Hinely and Believed Team Win a Peabody

May 1, 2019 • Alumni News, Alumni - Graduate News

The Believed podcast, produced by Michigan Radio with Stamps alumna Juliet Hinely (MFA ‘14) as Senior Producer, won a 2018 Peabody in the Radio & Podcast category. The Peabody Awards were established in 1940 as “the Pulitzer Prize of… Read More >

Elizabeth Youngblood Exhibits at BBAC

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

Alumna and former Stamps lecturer Elizabeth Youngblood (BFA ‘73) will exhibit a selection of her work at the Birmingham Bloomfield Art Center. Her exhibition, New Knowns, will be on display from May 3-June 6 and is free and open to the… Read More >