September 26, 2021

Arts & Culture

  1. September 20, 2021

    Yo-Yo Ma collaboration offers a blueprint for healing

    “A Travel Guide for Talking Hearts” is a project inspired by creative explorations undertaken with longtime U-M collaborator and cellist Yo-Yo Ma that features a virtual event at 7 p.m. Sept. 23.

  2. September 15, 2021

    New U-M exhibition explores bias, inequality within AI systems

    A new exhibition at the Stamps Gallery by renowned transmedia artist Stephanie Dinkins explores how the biases of people who create artificial intelligence algorithms might affect how those algorithms are used.

  3. September 9, 2021

    ‘Spectacular’ halftime show to commemorate 9/11 anniversary

    In commemoration of 9/11’s 20th anniversary, the Michigan Marching Band will present what its directors says is the most elaborate, extravagant and spectacular live program college football fans will see that day.

  4. September 9, 2021

    Faculty member releases never-before-seen photos of 9/11

    A new photographic documentary released this week by, David Turnley, a Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer and U-M professor, captures images before the Twin Towers fell, and the immediate aftermath, on Sept. 11, 2001.

  5. August 24, 2021

    UMMA extends hours, invites visitors to ‘Claim Your Space’

    The University of Michigan Museum of Art will welcome back visitors this fall with longer hours and new exhibitions that uphold an empowering theme titled “Claim Your Space.”

  6. August 2, 2021

    Professor emerita Ilene Forsyth gives $6.25M to expand art history studies

    LSA is expanding U-M’s global footprint in art history studies with the announcement of a new $6.25 million gift from Ilene Forsyth, professor emerita of history of art and a U-M alumna.

  7. July 28, 2021

    Nature-inspired sculptures on view at Matthaei Botanical Gardens

    “A Garden of Earthy Delights,” an installation of ceramic sculptures inspired by the habitats of the Great Lakes and the plants that grow in them, is now on view at Matthaei Botanical Gardens.

  8. July 13, 2021

    U-M welcomes Art Fair visitors as museums, galleries, gardens reopen

    After being canceled during the 2020 pandemic year, the Ann Arbor Art Fair will return to downtown and parts of the U-M campus June 15-17, along with the reopening of several U-M museums, galleries and other public spaces.

  9. June 30, 2021

    ‘Daisy Chain’ explores artists’ post-pandemic perspectives

    “Daisy Chain,” a new video zine by the Institute for the Humanities Gallery, is presented as a compilation of short vignettes documenting the candid and illuminating perspectives of nine national and regional artists as the world opens back up.

  10. June 22, 2021

    Stamps Gallery reopening to public in limited capacity

    Stamps Gallery will welcome pub­lic audi­ences to visit the gallery in a lim­ited capac­ity start­ing June 25. The gallery will be open three days each week: from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tues­days, Fri­days and Sat­ur­days.