Spring Break Hours

Friday, March 16 07:00AM - 10:00PM
Saturday, March 17 Closed
Sunday, March 18 Closed
Monday, March 19 Closed
Tuesday, March 20 Closed
Wednesday, March 21 7:00AM - 6:00PM
Thursday, March 22 7:00AM - 6:00PM
Friday, March 23 7:00AM - 6:00PM
Saturday, March 24 Closed
Sunday, March 25 11:00AM - 12:00AM

Terpzone Bowling Tournament

Wednesday, April 4th, 7PM in the TerpZone

Come show us what you've got—all are welcome!

Terpzone Bowling Tournament

Tekken 7 Tournament

Friday, March 30th at 5PM in the TerpZone

Join the TerpZone for their next video game tournament! There will be prizes for top finishers, and fun for all.

Tekken 7 Tournament

Lacework Workshop

Fridays, April 6th and 13th at the Art & Learning Center

Join the Art & Learning Center for a two-part workshop for intermediate/advanced knitters. This workshop will allow you to choose one or two lace-work or color-work swatches for practice and experimentation. Space is limited—register at go.umd.edu/lace

Lacework Workshop

Teapot Workshop

April 5th and April 26th at the Art & Learning Center

A spout, lid and handle placed just right on a vessel are all you need to make a teapot. Or is it? All materials, equipment, firings, and inspiration are provided for you to create a handmade teapot during this 2-part workshop. Workshop participants will make a two-cup teapot of your own design. No experience necessary!

Teapot Workshop

Applications for the 2018 Adele H. Stamp Memorial Award

posted on March 08, 2018

Criteria for selection include affiliation with the Stamp or
student organizations that use the Stamp, 3.0 GPA for undergraduates
or 3.5 for graduates, demonstrated leadership skills,
and active involvement in the life of the campus community.

The recipient of the award will be recognized at the
University Annual Awards program on May 6, 2018
with a plaque and a cash prize and have his/her name inscribed
on the permanent plaue on the wall of Honor
located on the first floor off of the main lobby of the Stamp.

Completed applications must be submitted
by 12:00PM - March 26, 2018.

CONTACT: mjenkins@umd.edu

APPLY HERE: https://orgsync.com/31654/forms/311706

Call for Artists: Stamp Gallery Docent Curated Exhibition, Summer 2018

posted on February 15, 2018

The Stamp Gallery is currently seeking entries by artists for its annual docent-curated exhibition, which will be on view from late May through July, 2018. Information about the themes of the exhibition, the type of works sought, and the submission process can be found here. We encourage you to submit work!

Apply to CAPP

posted on February 15, 2018

*Apply to be part of the 2018–2019 CAPP committee! Applications are due by April 8* 

Applications are now open for the 2018–19 Contemporary Art Purchasing Program (CAPP) student committee! The mission of the Contemporary Art Purchasing Program is to educate and inspire by exposing the campus community to thought-provoking art created by noted contemporary artists. Now in its twelfth year, the program provides a student committee the opportunity to interact with the art world by researching, discussing, and purchasing artwork by emerging and established contemporary artists. CAPP operates on a biannual basis. Students of diverse majors are selected to participate through a competitive application process. Together they embark on a rigorous research and training program, including extensive visits to galleries and artists’ studios in Baltimore, New York, and Washington, DC.

Apply now

FALSE MONARCHY at the Stamp Gallery

posted on February 08, 2018


January 24–March 17, 2018

Opening Reception and Performance by the Artist: Wednesday, January 31, 6:30–8:30 pm


In False Monarchy, Philadelphia-based artist Kyle Kogut uses the practices and symbols of occultism, the visual culture of the Northern Renaissance, and the ubiquitous iconography of the auto industry to explore the contemporary politics of American myth and despair. This solo exhibition presents a collection of new installations, sculptures, and drawings by Kogut, all examining the disturbing effects of America’s continued attachment to the myth of heavy industry as a miraculous source of economic growth and consumer euphoria. Kogut—the son of an auto mechanic—works in response to his own family background and upbringing, considering how narratives of the artist’s creative expression relate to labor and mortality.  The work in False Monarchy includes drawings influenced by the visual idiom of American automotive propaganda as well as the precision of Northern Renaissance draughtsmanship. It also features sculptures and video installation work that combine the soundscapes of drone metal with the meditative environments and symbology of the occult, encouraging critical overidentification with the metaphysical structures of American late capitalism. 

Curated by Raino Isto 





False Monarchy features a Pop-Up Art Library made possible by THE ART LIBRARY located at 2213 Parren J. Mitchell Art Sociology Building at the University of Maryland. Special thanks to THE ART LIBRARY for making possible the exhibition's reading room, where visitors can enjoy a selection of books related to themes explored by the artworks on view. 

TOCSL Peer 2 Peer Mentoring Program

posted on December 13, 2017

Feeling overwhelmed? Stressed? Nervous about your transition to Maryland? Getting involved? Housing? Don’t fret! The Engagement and Learning Assistants (ELAs) are here to help!

The Transfer and Off-Campus Student Life (TOCSL) offers a Peer 2 Peer (P2P) Mentoring Program! As P2P mentors, the ELAs will hold office hours in the TOCSL Office and provide check-ins to interested students. As fellow transfer and off-campus students, we've been in your shoes and are excited to help!

If interested, please fill out this form to request a P2P Mentor


Or you can just stop by our office as we also offer Drop-In Hours throughout the semester!!

Ticket Sales In 3 Steps

posted on October 29, 2015

As of July 1, 2014, the Ticket Office will be charging for ticket services--below is the pricing structure for student organizations.  If you have any questions about your event or how to set-up sales, please contact your Event Services Coordinator.  Ticket Sales In 3 Steps


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