News & Events


Eric Bensen Presents at AIGA Dallas Fort Worth Event

March 8, 2021 • Alumni News

Stamps alumni Eric Bensen (BFA ’98) will present at a Spring Design Community Meeting with AIGA Dallas Fort Worth on Thursday, Apr 1, 2021 at 6:30 pm CST / 7:30 pm EST. Free and open to the public, this event is an opportunity to connect… Read More >

Eric Benson on Systems Thinking for Climate Designers

March 8, 2021 • Alumni News

Stamps alumni Eric Benson (BFA ‘98) will give a presentation with Michelle Fehler as part of the Party Program Summit on Tuesday, March 9, 2021 at 7:00 pm EST. In a 90-minute workshop titled “Everything is Connected:... Read More >

Low, Balasubramaniam, and Lewin-Smith launch Dear Chinatown, DC Mapping Project

March 2, 2021 •

Stamps alums Jenn Low (MDes ’20), Gowri Balasubramaniam (MDes ’20), and Megan Lewin-Smith (BFA ’17) joined forces for an interdisciplinary collaboration that came to fruition through the next iteration of Low’s MDes thesis project, the Dear… Read More >

Work by Stamps Alums, Faculty at MOCAD

March 2, 2021 • Alumni News, Alumni - Graduate News, Alumni - Undergraduate News

Six members of the Stamps School community are featured in Dual Vision, an exhibition on view at the Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit (MOCAD) through August 8, 2021, including: Kathryn Brackett Luchs (BFA ’87, MFA ’89); Stamps instructor… Read More >

Ian Tadashi Moore Releases Illustrated Book and Audiobook

March 2, 2021 • Alumni News, Alumni - Undergraduate News

Stamps alumnus Ian Tadashi Moore (BFA ’01) wrote and illustrated his third book for young readers. Where All the Little Things Live, a follow up to his second book, Tamaishi, released in 2018. His first book, Zōsan, was published in… Read More >

25th Annual Exhibition of Art by Michigan Prisoners

March 1, 2021 • Community News

The virtual 25th Exhibition of Art by Michigan Prisoners will open to the public March 16th. With over 800 pieces from all state prisons in Michigan, the work can be seen in small groupings that are curated as they are in the physical… Read More >

Janie Paul gives keynote talk for the 25th Annual Exhibition of Art by Michigan Prisoners

March 1, 2021 • Faculty News

Arthur F. Thurnau Professor Emerita Janie Paul is the co-founder and senior curator of the Annual Exhibitions of Art by Michigan Prisoners, the largest curated exhibition of art by incarcerated people in the world. After twenty-six years,... Read More >

Eloise Janssen: Union Hall Exhibition

March 1, 2021 • Faculty News, Undergraduate News

Recently, Stamps Professor Nick Tobier has been showcasing work by Stamps students in the windows of Union Hall (208 W. Liberty St., Ann Arbor). The current Union Hall Exhibition, Trash Studies, presents work by Eloise Janssen (BA ’21). The… Read More >

Nick Tobier published in “What is Small Architecture”

March 1, 2021 • Faculty News

Stamps professor Nick Tobier’s essay, Architecture for Trash, was included in What is Small Architecture, recently published by ARCHIVE Books. This volume of the publication includes projects and essays from designers worldwide, including… Read More >

Rebekah Modrak and Jamie Vander Broek Publish Radical Humility Book

February 26, 2021 • Faculty News

Radical Humility: Essays on Ordinary Acts, edited by Stamps Professor Rebekah Modrak and Art & Design Librarian Jamie Vander Broek, will be published by Belt Publishing on March 16, 2021. Three years in the making, the book began in… Read More >