The Kelsey Museum of Archaeology will open the largest show in its nearly 90-year history Feb. 19. “Leisure and Luxury in the Age of Nero: The Villas of Oplontis near Pompeii,” will explore the lavish lifestyle of ancient Rome’s wealthiest and most powerful citizens who vacationed along the Bay of Naples.
President Gerald R. Ford’s 1974 visit to Japan and the December 1975 New York City bailout — two key moments of the Ford White House — are remembered in a new exhibit at the Gerald R. Ford Presidential Library.
The University of Michigan Library will welcome the papers of another veteran filmmaker to its growing archive of material that highlights visionaries in the genre of independent film.
The Women of Color in the Academy Project is presenting the 2016 Shirley Verrett Award to George Shirley, the Joseph Edgar Maddy Distinguished University Professor Emeritus of Music and professor of voice.
The University of Michigan's Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning presents the lecture "Honest, Elegant and Appropriate +/- 50 years" by Douglas Kelbaugh, Taubman College professor of architecture and dean emeritus.
In the early 20th century, the Edison Phonograph Co. amassed a large collection of 19th-century American sheet music from which to select works to record for the American public.
Like the music of John Coltrane, Charlie Parker and Miles Davis, the appeal of jazz event posters created by Niklaus Troxler is hard to describe, but easy to feel.
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When Barbara Kirshenblatt-Gimblett walks into a museum, she sees more than a collection of exhibits.
The new Hatcher Graduate Library exhibit “Shakespeare on Page and Stage: A Celebration” presents different versions of Shakespeare’s plays as they were edited for publication or interpreted for the stage.
The number of known planets beyond out solar system has exploded in the last 20 years. Recently, this has included the discovery of a handful of potentially habitable worlds.
The U-M Library will welcome the papers of another maverick to its growing collection of material that highlights visionaries in the genre of independent film.
The School of Music, Theatre & Dance will be the new home of Center Stage Strings, one of the country's leading summer training programs for young string musicians aged 12 to 24.
Danielle Belen, associate professor of violin, who founded the summer camp in Three Rivers, Calif., in 2010, will continue as its artistic director.
"Tree of Knowledge" by K.A. Letts is presented in the exhibit "Forest & Tree." It is on display Nov. 28-Jan. 3 at Matthaei Botanical Gardens.
Deepa Iyer, author of “We Too Sing America: South Asian, Arab, Muslim and Sikh Immigrants Shape Our Multiracial Future,” explores issues of racial identities and solidarities as the demographics in America quickly change.
Every minute of every day, a woman dies of pregnancy related complications. “Stories of Mothers Lost” is an exhibit of handmade quilts that honors and remembers them.
The U.S. and Iranian governments may be at odds. But Iran’s people were warm and curious when an American came armed with a camera.
Student Adrian Koch shows off a souvenir from the South: one of those metal bottle openers, the kind that with one upward motion would snap a crimped metal cap off the top of a bottle of pop or, rather, coke, as soft drinks are called in that part of the country.
They were not what one might consider to be typical Holocaust victims.
Soviet Jewish soldiers had experienced Nazism first-hand. They were determined to fight.
In a bid to identify and showcase the highest caliber of chamber music ensembles in the world, U-M has announced M-Prize, a new international competition that will present a grand prize of $100,000 — the largest award of any competition of its kind.