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Grace Coudal: Photographic Billboard in Denver, Colorado

March 11, 2021 • Undergraduate News

Stamps student Grace Coudal (BFA ‘21) showcases her photography in In A Time Of Change, a public art exhibition for Month of Photography Denver, a festival of fine art photography put on by SaveArtSpace & Colorado Photographic Arts Center…. Read More >

EMOTIONAL CREATURE —  Film Featuring STAMPS Students

March 8, 2021 • Undergraduate News

Emotional Creature explores the lives of young teenage girls as they grow into their adolescence. Along with the combined talents of BFA Acting majors (SMTD), Film, Television, and Media (FTVM) majors, and Art and Design (Stamps School)... 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 >

Noah Caspar’s Internship at The Met

February 24, 2021 • Undergraduate News

Stamps student Noah Caspar (BFA ‘21) is one of the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s first group of fully paid interns, with compensation made possible by a lead gift from the philanthropist Adrienne Arsht and other museum supporters. According… Read More >

Grace Coudal Releases Intimately South Intimately West

February 15, 2021 • Undergraduate News

Stamps undergraduate student Grace Coudal (BFA ’21) has released her debut photography book, Intimately South Intimately West.Coudal’s limited edition debut photography book, Intimately South Intimately West is a story about a deep… Read More >

Shira Baron Wins Sundance Horizon Award

February 14, 2021 • Undergraduate News

Stamps student Shira Baron (BFA ‘21) receives seventh annual Horizon Award, given to emerging female and non-binary filmmakers, for her short documentary film, De Sol A Sol. The Horizon Award is stewarded by a mentorship team that includes… Read More >

Katherine Lee Named Lunar New Year Design Competition Winner

February 12, 2021 • Undergraduate News

Katherine Lee (BA ‘23) was named the winner of the 2021 Leaders and Best Lunar New Year Design Competition. Her work, alongside the work of other competition entrants, is on view on the Leaders and Best website. Eight other Stamps… Read More >

Stamps Alumni Featured in “Story, Word, Sound, Sway”

February 5, 2021 • Alumni News, Alumni - Graduate News, Alumni - Undergraduate News

Work by eleven Stamps alumni is on display in the new exhibition Story, Word, Sound, Sway, online and in Stamps Gallery through February 28, 2021. Read More >

Rori Miller: Union Hall Exhibtion

February 1, 2021 • Undergraduate News

Stamps Professor Nick Tobier has been showcasing work by Stamps students in the windows of Union Hall (208 W. Liberty St., Ann Arbor). Recently, his Union Hall Exhibitions included work by Rori Miller (BA ’22). Miller’s work can be viewed… Read More >

Artist Ayana Evans’ Performance With Stamps Students, Rebekah Modrak

January 26, 2021 • Faculty News, Undergraduate News

During the Fall 2020 semester, New York-based performance artist Ayana Evans created a new work of performance art for video as part of the Stamps School’s Witt Visiting Artist program. Evans is known for her guerilla-style street… Read More >