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Contact Stamp Gallery

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


301-314-8492
stampgallery@umd.edu

Current Exhibition

PARADISE NOW

August 29–October 15, 2016 

 

Next Open Rounds: Friday, September 23, 7-8pm and 9-10pm

 

This fall, the Stamp Gallery presents Paradise Now, a project by Baltimore-based artist Kimi Hanauer featuring work by Sydney Spann, Michael Stephens, and Nikki Lee. Paradise Now is a game of unequal circumstances and varying objectives. From August 29 through October 15, Paradise Now invites visitors to develop their potential as players by participating in gaming rounds that, over time, will collectively alter and reinvent the game’s score thus changing the rules of the space itself. 

Visitors are invited to experience the next open round of the game on Friday, September 23, during the Stamp All Niter. Two open rounds will be held that night: one from 7-8pm and one from 9-10pm. During the open round, the exhibition's curators will activate the game, performing the score and facilitating audience participation.

Paradise Now is curated by Stamp Gallery docents Christopher Bugtong (UMCP ’17), Grace DeWitt (UMCP ’17), and Shay Tyndall (UMCP ’17), all current undergraduate students at the University of Maryland—College Park. An incubator for emerging artists and curators, the Stamp Gallery regularly presents exhibitions curated by undergraduates. 

Paradise Now features a Pop-Up Art Library made possible by THE ART LIBRARY located at 2213 Parren 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. 

Hours

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 is now 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.

TO PARTICIPATE

  • Sign-up for a seat on the UMD Phillips Connection bus using our new 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 stampgallery@umd.edu 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: umd-phillips.umd.edu/events.html. For additional Phillips programs, including the popular first-Thursday Phillips after 5 events, visit Phillipscollection.org/Events.
  • 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 Phillipscollection.org/Visit.

Latest News

Paradise Now, a project by Baltimore-based mobilizer Kimi Hanauer and curated by Stamp Gallery docents Christopher Bugtong, Grace DeWitt, and Shay Tyndall, kicks off the fall 2016 semester. Read more

The Writer's Bloc features the UMD Phillips Connection shuttle, a service facilitated by the Stamp Gallery: "Shuttle Offers Free Transportation to The Phillips Collection," September 20, 2016.

The Diamondback features the Contemporary Art Purchasing Program (CAPP): "Art for the students, by the students in the Stamp Gallery," May 4, 2016. 

Washington Post  features MIDPOINT 2016 in the April 30/May 1 "In the Galleries" column.

 

Gallery Hours

Mondays–Thursdays

10 am–8 pm

Fridays

10 am–6 pm

Saturdays

11 am–4 pm

Sundays and University of Maryland holidays

Closed



About

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.

Arts on Campus

EXHIBITIONS

  • Herman Meril: The Strong Forms of Our Experience on view September 7 through December 9, 2016, University of Maryland Art Gallery (1202 Art/Sociology Building)
  • Willie Cole: On Site on view September 22 through November 18, 2016, David C. Driskell Center (1214 Cole Student Activities Bldg) 
  • A Tangential Survey featuring a selection of works by regional artists April Camlin, Annette Isham, Dina Kelberman, Ginevra Shay, Paul Shortt, and the collaborative team Wickerham and Lomax, on view September 14 through October 7 at the Herman Maril Gallery (1309 Art-Sociology Building)

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