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Untold Stories, Part I: 2023 Stamps Faculty Exhibition

Untold Stories is a three-part exhibition series featuring the work of faculty members from the Penny W. Stamps School of Art & Design. Organized thematically, each group exhibition will reveal key themes and urgent questions of our time being explored through the lens of art and design at the Stamps School. This exhibition offers glimpses […]

Touch Points

From the secreting labor of silkworms to the migratory lives of a public housing development in Rome, from the fantasies of the perfect home to the silvery handholds of commercial building-space, join us in making contact with a gathering of worlds at the Taubman Fellows’ Presentation of their upcoming Exhibition, “Touch Points.” Nodes of exchange […]

Biogenic House Sections

Based on LTL Architects’ recently published book Manual of Biogenic House Sections, this exhibition Biogenic House Sections presents a visually compelling argument for rethinking the material basis of architecture in a time of environmental crisis. Public Hours December 2, 2023, 1 - 5 p.m. December 9, 2023, 1 - 5 p.m. January 13, 2024, 1 […]

Urban Technology Protogrant Demo Day

Please join us for the final presentations of Urban Technology’s Prototyping Grant recipients. David Pitt Alexandria Brady-Miné Ghislain Irakoze Each recipient will give a short presentation followed by a Q&A with the audience. This event will be streamed via Zoom.

Student Fellowship & Scholarship Opportunities (SFSO) Info Session

Are you interested in applying to student fellowship and scholarship opportunities? These opportunities might include the following: Travel: create a travel proposal and apply to have it funded Summer Internships: summer work, possibly paired with travel or research opportunities Scholarships: academic funding awards Residencies: connect with museums or other institutions and live/work/research in residence Research: […]

Coffee in the Commons

Please join us in the Commons for some free coffee (while supplies last). Coffee in the commons typically pairs with a guest to promote their organization or events. At the moment, our guest is unknown.

Dinkeloo Lecture: John Ronan

Out of the Ordinary will explore the work of UM grad John Ronan and the underlying themes of his firm’s typologically diverse output which seeks to lay bare meaningful relationships between essential building elements. In an era when technological boundaries have been largely eliminated, ushering in a period of “anything goes” architectural design, the talk attempts to answer the question, “What do architects leave society once the novelty of form has worn off?