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Shreya Garg Finalist in Photo Competition

October 23, 2018 •

Shreya Garg, a 2018-2019 exchange student at the Stamps School of Art & Design from Srishti Institute of Art, Design & Technology, was a finalist in “As I See It,” the Arts @ Michigan photo competition. The Fall 2018 competition theme was… Read More >

Ento-Mouth Presents “Eat a Bug”

October 22, 2018 • Undergraduate News

Stamps undergraduate students Courtney Ignace (BFA ‘19) and Siena McKim (BFA ‘19), collectively known as Ento-Mouth, present the first campus insect food service cart where art, sustainability, culture, diet, and good flavors come together…. Read More >

Stamps Alums and Lecturers Exhibit at WSG

October 22, 2018 •

Work by a selection of Stamps alums and faculty is on view at WSG Gallery (306 S. Main St., Ann Arbor) as part of Beyond Words: A Celebration of Book Arts, curated by Stamps Lecturer Barbara Brown and on view through November 24, 2018. From… Read More >

Destini Riley: Screening at Smithsonian African American Film Fest

October 22, 2018 •

Undergraduate BFA student Destini Riley will screen I, Destini at the African American Film Festival on Saturday, October 27th in Washington, D.C. during the Screening Truth to Power: Using the Power of Media to Influence Social Action… Read More >

Nick Tobier Delivers Keynote at New Commons Project

October 20, 2018 • Faculty News

Nick Tobier presented, “Pardon the Interruption: Art as an Agent of Change in the Civic Sphere” at the University of Maine / New Commons Project on Wednesday, October 10. The New Commons is a public humanities initiative of the University… Read More >

Jake Minor: A Day in the Life of Peanut and Bosco

October 20, 2018 • Alumni News, Alumni - Undergraduate News

Jake Minor’s (BFA ‘98) new children’s book, A Day in the Life of Peanut and Bosco, is the story of a girl and her best friend Bosco. This colorful story celebrates Peanut’s larger than life imagination and the bond between kids and their… Read More >

Audrey G. Bennett: Weathering the Perfect Storm in Arts Administration

October 20, 2018 • Faculty News

Professor Audrey G. Bennett delivered an Ignite presentation at the 2018 National Council of Art Administrators Conference: Purposeful Relationships, Transforming Communities Through Art and Design at Kendall College of Art and Design,... Read More >

Al Loving: Space, Time, Light at Garth Greenan Gallery

October 16, 2018 •

Garth Greenan Gallery is pleased to announce a solo exhibition of work by Stamps alum Al Loving (MFA ‘69) entitled Al Loving: Space, Time, Light, an exhibition of paintings and mixed media constructions at 545 W 20th Street, New York, NY…. Read More >

Nancy Blum Delivers Annual Robertson Lecture

October 16, 2018 •

On Friday, October 19, 2018 U-M alumnus and Brooklyn-based artist Nancy Blum (class of ‘85) will deliver the annual Robertson Lecture at the Keene Theater in East Quadrangle (701 E University Ave) from 4:30-5:30 pm. An incredibly active… Read More >

Stephanie Rowden: Audio Short Featured at Standout Shorts, Chicago

October 12, 2018 • Faculty News

“The Being Sound,” a lyric audio short by Associate Professor Stephanie Rowden, was featured as part of Standout Shorts on October 7 at the Logan Theater in Chicago. Gwen Macsai of Re:sound & Sharon Mashihi of The Heart hosted two matinee… Read More >