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The Stamp Gallery presents the 2024 Juried Student Exhibition

February 5 - 24, 2024; reception: Friday, February 9, 6-8pm

Painted portait of three young women at a picnic
Pictured: Alyssa Ross, "Unrealistic," acrylic on canvas (detail)

The Stamp Gallery is pleased to present the 2024 Juried Student Exhibition, an annual display of artwork created by University of Maryland students. The included artworks were carefully selected by a guest juror from a large pool of anonymous submissions by students across campus. Featuring Maryam Ali, Ariana Boyd, Deli Chen, Isabella Chilcoat, Helen Feng, Krista Goettel, Jasmine Hall, Gina Lee, Atticus Nemeroff, Grace Orellana, Rafael Rodriguez, Alyssa Ross, John L. Stock, and Caitlin Yan.


Joshua Shannon is Professor of Contemporary Art History and Theory at the University of Maryland, USA. His scholarship and teaching focus on modern and contemporary art’s relationship to social and cultural history, with special interests in ecology, landscape, and cities. He is currently writing a new book called How and Why to Look at Art in the Time of Climate Change: Seven Lessons from Modern Art. His previous books are The Disappearance of Objects: New York Art and the Rise of the Postmodern City (Yale, 2009), The Recording Machine: Art and Fact During the Cold War (Yale, 2017) and, co-edited with Jason Weems and Laura Bieger, Humans (Terra/Chicago, 2021).


Located on the first floor of the Adele H. Stamp Student Union—Center for Campus Life at the University of Maryland, College Park, the Stamp Gallery is dedicated to exhibiting contemporary art, especially the work of emerging and mid-career artists. The Stamp Gallery supports contemporary art that is challenging, academically engaging, and attuned to broad community and social issues. Through meaningful exhibitions and programming, the Gallery offers outside-of-the-classroom experiential learning opportunities. It functions as a laboratory where emerging artists and curators experiment and work through their ideas. The Gallery’s programming aims to emphasize the importance of process to contemporary artistic practice and to provide a forum for dialogue.

FREE and open to the public. 
Spring hours: Mondays–Thursdays: 10 am – 8 pm, Fridays: 10 am – 5 pm, Saturdays: 11 am – 5 pm, Sundays: Closed. More information:

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