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1220B Adele H. Stamp Student Union
University of Maryland
College Park, MD 20742


Special Events

BLACK MATHS: Artists Talk

Saturday, December 10, 2 pm

FREE and open to the public

Experience the exhibition Black Maths on its closing day with artists Adam Holofcener and Antonio McAfee. The two Baltimore-based artists discuss their own work, and each other's, in an informal conversation with curator Cecilia Wichmann. Read more about the exhibition

Current Exhibition


Black Maths

Adam Holofcener + Antonio McAfee 

October 31–December 10, 2016

Opening Reception: Tuesday, November 1, 6–9 pm

Artists Talk: Saturday, December 10, 2 pm


In Black Maths, Baltimore-based artists Adam Holofcener and Antonio McAfee use audio recordings and photography to investigate the complex equations by which the past operates on the present. The exhibition opens a dialogue between Holofcener’s quadrophonic sound installation Upresting (2015–2016) and McAfee’s Counter-Archive Project (2011–present). Holofcener’s Upresting channels field recordings from the 2015 Baltimore Uprising into a sound environment that simulates the shifting acoustical sensations of a body navigating a protest. Visitors are invited to speak into a microphone to hear their voices become a multitude. McAfee’s Counter-Archive Project addresses the complexity of representation, transforming black-and-white portrait photographs taken for The Exhibition of American Negroes organized by W.E.B. Dubois, Thomas Calloway, and Historic Black Colleges at the Paris 1900 International Exposition. By manipulating and layering this source material, and then amplifying and recombining it in a shared space, Black Maths invites visitors to bring their own bodies to bear in an active, visceral encounter with themselves and across time.  


Latest News

Baltimore-based artists Adam Holofcener and Antonio McAfee join exhibition curator Cecilia Wichmann for an informal conversation about Black Maths on the exhibition's closing day, Saturday December 10, 2016, at 2 pm. Read more about the exhibition.  

The Washington Post features Black Maths in the "In the Galleries" column, December 1, 2016. Read more here.

The Stamp Gallery and the Graduate Art History Association announce a call for papers for "Monumental Form/Memorial Time: A Graduate Symposium in the History and Practice of Art and Architecture"! The sympoisum will be held on March 10-11, 2017, in conjunction with the Stamp Gallery exhibition Collective Monument. Read more here.

Paradise Now, a project by Baltimore-based mobilizer and artist Kimi Hanauer and curated by Stamp Gallery docents Christopher Bugtong, Grace DeWitt, and Shay Tyndall, kicked off the fall 2016 semester and continued with an iteration at ausland in Berlin, Germany. Read more about the project

The Diamondback features a short informational video about the Stamp Gallery, October 26, 2016.


Stamp Gallery is closed

Monday 10:00AM - 08:00PM
Tuesday 10:00AM - 08:00PM
Wednesday 10:00AM - 08:00PM
Thursday 10:00AM - 08:00PM
Friday 10:00AM - 06:00PM
Saturday 11:00AM - 05:00PM
Sunday Closed

UMD Phillips Connection

UMD Phillips Connection

FREE, round-trip shuttle bus from The Stamp to The Phillips Collection

Thursdays, September 8─December 8, 2016 (except Thanksgiving)


Sign Up Online


Departs: The Stamp bus slip @ 5:30 pm

Returns: The Phillips Collection main entrance, 1600 21st Street @ 8:30 pm 

This fall, spend Thursday evenings exploring modern and contemporary art at The Phillips Collection in Washington, DC! As part of the University of Maryland─Phillips partnership, admission to the Phillips is now free for all UMD students, faculty, and staff, and a 40-seat shuttle bus offers complimentary, round-trip transportation from the heart of campus to the Phillips every Thursday evening from September 8 through December 8, 2016.


  • Sign-up for a seat on the UMD Phillips Connection bus using our online form, available here! (Registration requires you to log in to OrgSync--just use your campus ID to log in. You'll receive a confirmation email and a message in your OrgSync inbox when you've successfully registered. Please have a printed copy or a screenshot of your confirmation email ready to show to the docent at the Stamp Gallery on the day of your journey.)
  • If you must cancel your registration, email with the subject UMD PHILLIPS CONNECTION CANCELLATION at your earliest opportunity so that your seat can be released to a person on the waiting list. 
  • On the day of your trip, arrive at the Stamp Gallery between 5:00 and 5:15 pm to pick up your UMD Phillips Connection wristband and prepare to board the bus. Your wristband will serve as your return ticket to UMD so keep it with you. At 5:20 pm, unclaimed seats will be released to individuals on the waiting list. If you are on the waiting list, you must be present in the Stamp Gallery at that time to claim your seat. 
  • Registration opens Fridays at 10 am for the following Thursday and closes when all 40 seats (+ 10-person waiting list) have been filled. Follow @StampGalleryUMD #UMDPhillipsConnection on Facebook or Twitter for regular updates and reminders. 
  • Once you arrive at the Phillips, your visit is independent and self-directed. Present your UID for free admission and check out the exhibition, permanent collection, programming, shop, café, and neighborhood per your own schedule and interests. For a calendar of UMD─Phillips programs, visit: For additional Phillips programs, including the popular first-Thursday Phillips after 5 events, visit
  • The return shuttle departs The Phillips Collection’s main entrance at 1600 21st Street promptly at 8:30 pm. Your wristband serves as your return ticket to UMD. The bus will depart on time and will not make additional stops or returns for late passengers. 
  • If you wish to remain in Dupont Circle past 8:30 pm and return to campus by public transit, you are free to do so. For information about public transit near the Phillips visit

Arts on Campus


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 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.

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