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Stamps @ Home: Virtual Forum on Race, Justice, and Equity

October 12, 2020 • Community News

On Friday, October 9, the Penny W. Stamps School hosted a panel of alumni and students who came together to discuss the ways in which race, justice, and equity play a role in an Art & Design education at U-M as well as nationally within… Read More >

Stephanie Rowden and Hannah Smotrich Launch SparkVotes Parties

October 9, 2020 • Community News, Faculty News

As part of their ongoing research effort, Creative Campus Voting Project, Stamps Associate Professors Stephanie Rowden and Hannah Smotrich are proud to launch SparkVotes Parties, a collection of non-partisan, voting-themed games for 6-8… Read More >

Chrisstina Hamilton and Penny Stamps Speaker Series Featured on One Detroit

October 1, 2020 • Community News, Staff News

Broadcasting on Detroit Public Television, One Detroit journalists tell the authentic stories of our diverse population during this pivotal period in the city’s history. On September 28, One Detroit’s Will Glover spoke with Chrisstina… Read More >

Penny Stamps Speaker Series + New Red Order Featured on Michigan Radio

September 23, 2020 • Community News

The Penny Stamps Speaker Series kicked off their Fall 2020 virtual events on September 18 with a talk by New Red Order, an artist collective facilitated by three core contributors — brothers Zack and Adam Khalil, who are Ojibway and grew up… Read More >

Artists and Allies Awarded Art Matters Fellowship

July 9, 2020 • Community News, Faculty News

Art Matters has awarded Artists and Allies a 2020 fellowship. Artists and Allies is an alliance of four artists/scholars: Stamps Associate Dean for Research, Creative Work, and Strategic Initiatives Jane Prophet, Professor Rebekah Modrak,... Read More >

Srimoyee Mitra, Stamps Gallery Featured in MLive for $80K Warhol Foundation Grant

January 20, 2020 • Community News, Staff News

On Thursday, January 16, 2020, The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts named the Stamps Gallery in downtown Ann Arbor as one of the Fall 2019 grant recipients, with $80K in support for 2020-2021 exhibitions, programs, and… Read More >

North Korean Art: Discovering Chosonhwa’s Hidden Creativity

October 16, 2019 • Community News

BG Muhn, Professor of Art and Art History at Georgetown University, will be presenting his talk, North Korean Art: Discovering Chosonhwa’s Hidden Creativity, at the Nam Center for Korean Studies as part of the Center’s Colloquium… Read More >

Superfest Film Showcase

October 1, 2019 • Community News

Ann Arbor is very proud to host the first local showcase of short films from Superfest International Disability Film Festival, the longest running disability film festival in the world.Superfest celebrates cutting-edge cinema that… Read More >

2nd Annual Metalwork Market

July 25, 2019 • Community News

The 2nd Annual Metalwork Market is a one-day celebration of artistic metalwork in Detroit. It will feature works for sale, demonstrations, information about educational opportunities, and refreshments. Metalwork Market is free and open to… 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 >