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Irina Aristarkhova Gives Keynote in Portugal

November 4, 2019 • Faculty News

Stamps Associate Professor Irina Aristarkhova delivered a keynote speech at the #18Art: Art, Technology and Emotion conference at the Academy of Fine Art in Lisbon, Portugal. In her talk, “Emotional Machines in Art & Science”, Aristarkhova… Read More >

Roland Graf: Internet of Shoes Patent Issued

November 4, 2019 • Faculty News

Stamps Associate Professor Roland Graf received a US utility patent (US 10,433,394) related to his Internet of Shoes (IoS) research and project collaboration with embedded systems research at the University of Michigan. The United States… Read More >

Roland Graf: Best Paper Award at CHI PLAY

October 30, 2019 • Faculty News

On October 23, 2019, Associate Professor Roland Graf presented the work of his iGYM team on inclusive play at CHI PLAY in Barcelona, Spain, where it received the Best Paper Award (top 1% of submissions).CHI PLAY is an international and… Read More >

Emanuel Papageorgiou Selected as Runner-Up in Vectorworks International Competition

October 30, 2019 • Alumni News, Alumni - Undergraduate News

Stamps alum Emanuel Papageorgiou (BFA ’19) was selected as a Runner-Up in the Vectorworks International Competition for his IP Thesis Project, “Re-Imagining Regional Transportation”. Papageorgiou received the Gorman Award at the time of his… Read More >

Colleen Clark Co-authors Publication in Journal of Pediatric Nursing

October 30, 2019 • Graduate News

In October 2019, Colleen Clark (MDes ’20) saw the publication of “Getting Ready for Adult Healthcare: Designing a Chatbot to Coach Adolescents with Special Health Needs through the Transitions of Care” an article co-authored for the Journal… Read More >

Dan Farnum Releases Young Blood Photography Monograph

October 29, 2019 • Alumni News, Alumni - Undergraduate News

Stamps alum Dan Farnum (BFA ‘03) released his first monograph, Young Blood, through the photobook publisher Aint-Bad. This series focuses on the lives of teens and young adults growing up in Michigan’s auto towns. The book recently debuted… Read More >

Gender, Bodies, and Machines: Susan Steinberg and Heidi Kumao

October 29, 2019 • Faculty News

Work by Stamps Professor Heidi Kumao and Susan Steinberg was featured in Gender, Bodies, and Machines: Susan Steinberg and Heidi Kumao On Form at the Center for Fiction in Brooklyn, New York. This presentation was an exploration into… Read More >

Ellen Wetmore Appointed Art and Design Chair at UMass Lowell

October 29, 2019 • Alumni News, Alumni - Undergraduate News

Stamps alumna Ellen Wetmore (BFA ’94) has recently been promoted to full professor at UMass Lowell. She has also been appointed as chair of the Art and Design Department. Wetmore “is a fine scholar and creative artist, an impassioned… Read More >

Holly Hughes Speaks at LGBTQ Community Center of NYC

October 29, 2019 • Faculty News

Stamps Professor Holly Hughes spoke with Dr. David Roman, of USC, moderated by Todd Coulter, on the topic of Queer Critical Generosity on October 26 at 7 pm.  The event was co sponsored by NOGO Arts, an organization focused on nurturing… Read More >

Pamela Becker: The New Domestics

October 29, 2019 • Alumni News, Alumni - Graduate News

Work by Stamps alumna Pamela Becker (MFA ’81) is featured in The New Domestics: East Coast/West Coast, on view October 7 - November 17 at the HCAD Gallery at the Hillier College of Architecture and Design at NJIT in Newark, New… Read More >