Congratulations, graduating Terps!
This year’s UMD grads are phenomenal, stupendous, magical—and are going to change the world for the better. We just know it. Congrats to all the Summer 2022, Winter 2022 and Spring 2023 University of Maryland graduates!
MICA's Cozy Corner
Fall 2022 Weekly Schedule: Open Hours: Tues - Fri 10 - 2 PM Queer Crafting: Fri 2 - 4 PM (open to anyone!) Located in the basement of STAMP adjacent to Studio A, TerpZone and the basement entrance of the Book Store. If the doors are open, come on in! Email email@example.com to reserve for a group event!
The Stamp Gallery presents "alternate universe: visualizing queer futurisms"
Virtual Opening Toast Thursday, February 10, 2022, 6:00 PM ET In-Person Closing Reception - Thursday March 31, 6-8 PM ET Free and Open to the Public
Winter Student Exhibition Closing Reception and Black History at UMD Pop Up Exhibition
Winter Student Exhibition Closing Reception and Black History at UMD Pop Up Exhibition The Stamp Gallery Friday February 4th, 2022 5-9pm
"Messages to the Future"
UMD's TOTUS Spoken Word Experience class will be performing on Zoom for their end of the semester poetry/spoken word event featuring host, Be Steadwell, a musician, filmmaker, storyteller from Washington DC | Wed. Dec. 1st, 2021 | 6-8PM EST
The Stamp Gallery Presents: Yams, Tomatoes, Potatoes, and Plums
Yams, Tomatoes, Potatoes, and Plums Featuring Works by Esther Bruno Nangala, Naata Nungurrayi, Jeannie Mills Pwerle, Lorna Ward Napanangka, Ningura Napurulla, Angelina Pwerle, Josepha Petrick Kemarre, Kathleen Ngala, Polly Ngale, Lorna Fencer Napurulla, Bessie Petyarre, Judy Watson Napangardi, Faith Butler, Stella Multkatana, Yinarupa Nangala, Tarisse King, and Tilau Nangala
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