The School of Art & Design's exhibition program serves as the vital juncture between studio work and public dialogue, providing an important educational experience for students and a window through which members of the University and local communities become familiar with the work of students, faculty, and staff as well as a broader community of creative practitioners.
A&D exhibition venues include:
Jean Paul Slusser Gallery in the Art & Architecture Building on North Campus
Warren Robbins Gallery in the Art & Architecture Building on North Campus
Work • Ann Arbor, at 306 S. State Street, Ann Arbor
Work • Detroit, at 3663 Woodward Ave, Detroit
The Intersections program displays artwork by A&D faculty and students in the Art & Architecture Building's corridor display cases.
Some exhibitions are generated through proposals by members of the A&D community, which include wide-reaching calls for participation; others are traditional annual exhibitions by A&D graduate and undergraduate students, faculty, and staff.