U-M Museum of Art
April 27, 2020
As cultural institutions try to fulfill their missions under the restrictions of COVID-19, U-M Museum of Art Director Tina Olsen talks about their future and the importance of art in times of crises.
February 9, 2020
A new courtroom installation and performance series that invites visitors to consider the relationship between performance and law will open at the U-M Museum of Art Feb. 15.
October 14, 2019
Faculty, staff and students from the U-M Museum of Art and the College of Engineering’s Robotics Institute are working to develop a robot docent at the museum.
September 9, 2019
The U-M Museum of Art’s inaugural commission will explore Pan-Africanism. Visitors can view the new large-scale installation and hear from the artist who created it during an UMMA After Hours event Sept. 21.
May 16, 2019
Lizzie and Jonathan Tisch have donated more than $2.8 million to the U-M Museum of Art to enhance and develop its exhibitions program. The museum’s apse will be named in their honor.
April 18, 2019
Mark di Suvero’s 53-foot, 21,220-pound steel sculpture “Orion” will be reinstalled in front of the U-M Museum of Art on Tuesday, followed a day later by a public discussion with the sculptor about the role of public art.
March 27, 2019
In response to discussions with U-M and regional community members, the U-M Museum of Art will unveil a new, dramatic installation in Alumni Memorial Hall on April 2.
November 4, 2018
After the Victors for Michigan celebration Friday afternoon, the U-M Museum of Art opened to a public, after hours celebration that gave the campus community an opportunity to continue the celebration, tour museum galleries and offer cards of thanks to those who helped make the fundraising campaign so successful.
March 21, 2018
Philip and Kathy Power have created the Power Family Program for Inuit Art at the U-M Museum of Art, which includes the donation of a significant collection of Inuit art.
January 18, 2018
Christina Olsen, director of the U-M Museum of Art, is hosting open office hours to talk with people one-on-one about the museum, ways it might change, and to address questions.