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Dana Demsky (BFA ‘17) on the BioFabricate 2015 Conference

January 18, 2016 • Student Voices, Undergraduate Student

Close your eyes. It is now 2079. The world has changed dramatically and biofabrication is our way of survival. Biofabrication is the only science that survived to reflect the changing environment and the only science that was shared as it was emerging - and now… Read More >

Amy Kamdem-Wandji on Stamps in Color

January 8, 2016 • Diversity, Equality, and Inclusion, Student Voices, Undergraduate Student

During the Fall 2015 semester, I had the amazing opportunity to attend a breakfast and luncheon with artists Sonya Clark and Tyree Guyton. The two artists visited the school to talk with Stamps students about their work and experiences. Read More >

Meet the 2015 MFAs

October 23, 2015 • Student Voices, Graduate Student, MFA

Our incoming MFA candidates discuss their backgrounds, influences, and artistic practice. Read More >

The Stamps Class of 2015

June 23, 2015 • Student Voices, Undergraduate Student

They had travelled to 18 different nations including Tanzania and Argentina, South Africa and Spain; participated in a charette on Ebola and designed housing for the homeless; minored in fields ranging from business and engineering to entrepreneurship and… Read More >

Student Profile: Megan Mulholland

April 14, 2015 • Student Voices, Undergraduate Student

After graduation, Stamps senior Megan Mulholland will be joining IBM Design down in Austin, TX as a UX/Visual Designer for their software/ mobile/ cloud products. As Megan finishes up her Senior Integrative Project, we pulled her away from her computer to… Read More >

Student Profile: Grace Ludmer

April 7, 2015 • Diversity, Equality, and Inclusion, Student Voices, Undergraduate Student

Stamps senior Grace Ludmer is making 500 hand-drawn stickers as part of her senior thesis, titled “The Girls I Draw.” From ladies with strawberries for nipples, to intricate collage work, Grace never fails to make these women beautiful inside and out. Read More >

Laura Amtower: The Wild Idea of a Child-Designed Playground

March 9, 2015 • Student Voices, Graduate Student, MFA

Laura Amtower’s MFA thesis project lies at the nexus of child-centered design, participatory research and curriculum development. Working with students at Ann Arbor S.T.E.A.M. School and their art and design teacher Rachael Van Dyke, Laura recently… Read More >

Mike Bianco: Activist, Artist… Curator of Bees

March 8, 2015 • Student Voices, Graduate Student, MFA

An upcoming interdisciplinary symposium at the University of Michigan reflects the passions of its lead organizer, Mike Bianco (MFA '15): art, sustainability and bees. Read More >

Future Cycles at Auto Show

January 13, 2015 • Student Voices, Graduate Student, MFA

There are many new concept vehicles at this year's North American International Auto Show, but none quite like Stamps MFA candidate Cameron Van Dyke's Future Cycles. Read More >

2014 Creative Work Scholarships

January 7, 2015 • Giving, Student Voices, Undergraduate Student

On December 2nd, six undergraduate students - Keyana Thompson Shaw, Arwin Wang, James Mackin, Gina Garavalia, Kelly Sadlon, and Mia Massimino - received 2014 Creative Work Scholarship awards. Read More >