Art/Sci Student Residency Program
Art/Sci Student Residency program encourages interdisciplinary learning and creative production by exposing students to life and work in an alternate discipline’s maker space – i.e. the artist in the engineering lab, the engineer in the artist’s studio or performance space. Each residency comes with a cash prize and the expectation that a work of some kind will be produced as a response to experience.
Awards up to $1,000 for interdisciplinary student projects that incorporate arts as a central theme. Next application round deadline: October 6!
UARTS 250/550: Creative Process
The objective of Creative Process is to de-mystify creativity for students in all U-M units and years: to teach students that creativity is not a character trait or an event, but a process — one that will challenge their sense of competence and mastery, but that they can understand and eventually master, transforming both themselves and their work.
UpstART 200: Bicentennial Project
Students and alumni are now invited to submit original work of any kind and in any medium in response to art, design or architecture at U-M to UpstART 200: A U-M Bicentennial Project of Student and Alumni Reflection and Making.