University of Michigan

The undergraduate and graduate programs in the Stamps School of Art & Design at the University of Michigan each offer a non-media specific degree at the intersection of art and design. Free of traditional concentrations, the undergraduate program challenges students to define their own pathways and undertake robust, self-defined culminating projects in their final year. Our dynamic two year MFA program integrates creative production with rigorous academic studies, international study with regional community engagement, and theoretical grounding with skills development. It is structured to expand the intellectual reach of creative work and utilize a comprehensive process for bringing creative work into the world. Our MDes in Integrative Design aligns graduate education with the best in emerging professional practice. A program rooted in collaboration, our two year MDes program brings together a small cohort to focus on addressing one ​“wicked problem” through design.

Stamps has a current enrollment of 700 undergraduate and 24 graduate students. Forty-one full-time faculty, a cohort of part-time faculty, and a strong administrative and technical staff to support the School’s programs.

University of Michigan's opportunity listings

  1. Type
    Residency
    Opportunity
    Roman J. Witt Residency University of Michigan

    International Deadline: February 20, 2022 – Witt Residents receive an honorarium of $20,000 for up to twelve weeks in residence. Housing, studio space, and up to $5,000 funding support for project materials…

    Location
    Ann ArborMichigan, United States
    Date Posted
    29 Dec 2021