Recent Stories
  1. John Marshall on Whithervanes: a Neurotic Early Worrying System
  2. Jack Lardis (BFA '53): Founder of Oil Drum Art
  3. Student Profiles: Meet Ariana Wescott

Cool Classes & Assignments
  1. A&D students create giant puppets for the annual Festifools parade.
  2. Using coloring books to study abstraction
  3. Helping kids manage diabetes with video games.

Advice for Emerging Artists
  1. Digital artist Mike Campau ('96) talks about becoming your own brand.
  2. Sara Radin (BA '11): Concept Design and Inspiration
  3. An Interview with New Yorker Cartoon Editor Bob Mankoff.

Focus on Faculty
  1. Witt Visitor Andrea Loefke: Creating Worlds
  2. A glimpse into faculty studios this summer
  3. Anne Mondro is inspired by her work with Alzheimer's patients and their caregivers...

Student Voices
  1. TEDxPoster Project
  2. MFA student Jessica Joy's sticky installations
  3. Meet Stamps Junior Sam Oliver

Making a Difference
  1. Designing Across Cultures.
  2. A&D Professor Janie Paul on 17 years of curating the Annual Exhibitions of Art by Michigan Prisoners.
  3. A&D Associate Professor Nick Tobier on social design and his interest in Detroit.

Living a Creative Life: Alumni Stories
  1. Stories from UM School of Art & Design alum.
  2. An Interview with Furniture Designer and A&D Alum TJ O'Keefe
  3. The man behind Bergdorf's famous window displays

Going Global: Stories from Abroad
  1. Designing Across Cultures.
  2. MFA students report on their 2012 travels
  3. Charlie Michaels leads a group of 10 students on a 3-week West African trip

Epic Fails
  1. EPIC FAIL #3: Parisa Ghaderi learns that making a lot of mistakes can lead to a solution...
  2. EPIC FAIL #1: Sherri Smith learns an important lesson about prototyping...
  3. EPIC FAIL #2: Juliet Hinely learns an important lesson about site-specific installations...

Other Stories
  1. To Be Designed: A conference about the future
  2. Stephen Schudlich gives us a culinary tour of Detroit.
  3. The Stamps community made their mark on Chicago during the recent CAA conference.

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