After months of planning, the Institute for the Humanities presented "Literature vs. Traffic" on Tuesday. The one-night-only installation by Luzinterruptus, an anonymous art collective based in Spain, "paved" Ann Arbor's Liberty Street with more than 10,000 illuminated books.
The U-M Institute for the Humanities has invited Luzinterruptus, an anonymous art collective based in Spain, to work with university and community groups to create a large-scale, illuminated book installation titled “Literature vs. Traffic.”
A new program offered by the School of Music, Theatre & Dance will be the only one in the Ann Arbor community to provide group piano instruction for adult beginners.
“Time for Me: Beginning Piano for Adult” is open to adults in both the university community and the general public.
Mark Clague, associate dean for academic and student affairs in the University of Michigan’s School of Music, Theatre & Dance, will serve as interim dean in the school for the month of September.
The University of Michigan Library will welcome the archive of the late award-winning director, producer and screenwriter Jonathan Demme.
The donation from the Demme family was announced Friday at the Traverse City Film Festival ahead of a special screening of “Swimming to Cambodia,” a 1987 film directed by Demme.
David A. Gier, professor and director of the University of Iowa School of Music, has been appointed dean of the University of Michigan School of Music, Theatre & Dance.
His appointment, approved July 19 by the Board of Regents, is effective Oct. 1 and runs through Sept. 30, 2023.
A variety of activities await those planning to attend the four-day Ann Arbor Art Fair.
The celebration, which runs July 19-22, consists of four fairs in one event:
• The Original Ann Arbor Street Art Fair (on East Washington Street, North University Avenue and Ingalls Mall).
• The State Street Art Fair.
A group of young adults worked hand-in-hand with residents of the Memory Support Center at Brecon Village this past fall to forge light out of darkness.
The Nichols Arboretum peony garden begins its annual transformation from green shoots to waves of white, pink and red this week as it bursts into nearly 10,000 blooms.
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Where: Nichols Arboretum, 1610 Washington Heights, Ann Arbor
From digital analysis of Bach sonatas to mining data from crowdsourced compositions, researchers at the University of Michigan are using modern big data techniques to transform how we understand, create and interact with music.
Just in time for the University of Michigan's 2018 Spring Commencement on April 28, a new interactive maize and blue mural has been added to downtown Ann Arbor's vibrant cityscape.
After a half-century of spinning, the University of Michigan's iconic Cube sculpture is taking a sabbatical.
Construction crews will need to close Regents' Plaza to help stage construction for the Michigan Union renovation project. Part of that work includes enclosing the Cube for protection.
Three concerts presented by the University of Michigan School of Music, Theatre & Dance will honor the legacy of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. in observance of the 50th anniversary of his April 4, 1968, assassination.
Ann Arbor community leaders Philip and Kathy Power have created the Power Family Program for Inuit Art at the U-M Museum of Art, positioning the museum as a national leader in the curation, exhibition and understanding of Inuit art.
The U-M Library is announcing the opening of the Special Collections Research Center on the sixth floor of the Hatcher Graduate Library.
Christina Olsen, director of the U-M Museum of Art, wants to chat.
The University of Michigan School of Information has joined ArtsEngine, U-M's interdisciplinary arts integration initiative that is considered a national model for integrated curricular and co-curricular programming.
A historic work of carillon music penned by African-American composer Jalalu-Kalvert Nelson will ring across the University of Michigan campus as part of "Music Against Silence."
The multi-day "Porgy and Bess" symposium will explore the issues of race, representation and cultural appropriation that surround this iconic 20th century American opera.
The University of Michigan Museum of Art has reopened its Robert B. Jacobs Asian Art Conservation Laboratory under the direction of conservator Qian He.