September 30, 2020

Arts & Culture

  1. February 19, 2019

    Two-part SMTD event looks at sexual misconduct in performing arts

    A symposium and performance Feb. 26 is part of an ongoing effort to improve communication and institute transparency around issues of sexual misconduct and gender bias in the performing arts.

  2. February 6, 2019

    U-M to unveil new home for Museum of Natural History April 14

    The U-M Museum of Natural History has announced it will reopen to the public April 14 in its new home at the university’s new Biological Sciences Building.

  3. January 30, 2019

    SMTD professor Martin Katz to explore the art of accompaniment

    Dubbed the “dean of accompanists” by the Los Angeles Times, Martin Katz will discuss and demonstrate his techniques as a renowned collaborative pianist during his Distinguished University Professor lecture.

  4. January 25, 2019

    DIA Plaza finalists hope to bring joy, cohesion, parking to Detroit

    Several U-M faculty members are part of an effort proposing visions of how to connect Detroit’s leading cultural venues into one destination in Midtown Detroit.

  5. January 14, 2019

    Ford School discussion, photo exhibit to highlight impact of deportation

    Two Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy events will explore the recent deportation of Ann Arbor mother Lourdes Salazar Bautista and the impact of current U.S. immigration policy. Bautista, the mother of three children, left Mexico in 1997 to join her husband in the U.S., and the couple eventually bought a house in Ann…
  6. January 14, 2019

    ‘Past Tense’ performance to explore justice and violence

    “Past Tense” will use poetry, videos and music to serve as a meditation and response to violence against African Americans at the hands of law enforcement and others in authority.

  7. January 14, 2019

    Department of Dance presents annual concert, ‘Complex Rhythms’

    The Department of Dance will present the annual ‘Complex Rhythms’ dance concert in the Power Center for the Performing Arts. Performances run from Feb. 7 through Feb. 10.

  8. January 11, 2019

    Professor emerita endows two gifts in LSA art history department

    Two new gifts totaling $8.2 million to LSA from alumna and retired professor Ilene Forsyth will secure the future study of medieval art at U-M and provide educational and research opportunities for faculty and students.

  9. October 24, 2018

    U-M, artists ‘pave’ Liberty Street with 10,000 illuminated books

    After months of planning, the Institute for the Humanities presented “Literature vs. Traffic” on Tuesday.

  10. October 1, 2018

    U-M, community to help artists ‘pave’ Liberty Street with books

    A block of East Liberty Street will be aglow with illuminated books Oct. 23, when U-M and community groups work with the arts collective Luzinterruptus to present the public art installation.