The Stamp Gallery is pleased to present Placeholder, an exhibition dedicated to the proxy, the metaphor, the stand-in. Elliot Doughtie, Richard Hart, Danni O’Brien, and James Williams II contend with the power of materials and images to invoke what is absent, elsewhere, postponed, or in hiding.
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August 28 - September 30, 2023 Opening reception: Wednesday, September 13, 2023, 5-7PM Free and open to the public College Park, MD. This fall the Stamp Gallery at the University of Maryland, College Park, presents What We Do After: CAPP New Arrivals 2023, an exhibition of artwork acquired this year by the University’s Contemporary Art Purchasing Program (CAPP).
The Stamp Gallery at the University of Maryland, College Park, is seeking proposals for one artist-in-residence exhibition project which will develop in the Gallery over the course of five weeks beginning in March 2024. The AiR program is designed to give the University of Maryland community, as well as the Capital Region Arts community, opportunities to engage with art in-process, experience artwork that is dynamic in nature, and interact with arts professionals.
Featuring Arleen Seed, Ashley Jaye Williams, Britt Sankofa, Noah McWilliams, Samantha Van Heest, Sanju Kottapalli, Sara Caporaletti, Trevon Coleman, and Varvara Tokareva Opening reception: Friday, July 28, 6-8pm. Free and open to the public. The Stamp Gallery is pleased to announce Love is destructive./I need you., a group exhibition curated by Kamryn Dillon.
This summer, the Stamp Gallery presents Mixing Signals, an all-video exhibition featuring the simultaneous screenings of works by three video artists. This exhibition brings together two different realms of video: glitch art and generative art.
Every community owes its existence and strength to the generations before them, around the world, who contributed their hopes, dreams, and energy into making the history that led to this moment.
Truth and acknowledgement are critical in building mutual respect and connections across all barriers of heritage and difference.