Arts & Culture

  1. March 27, 2023

    Organ professor James Kibbie gives Bach to U-M

    James Kibbie, professor of organ at the School of Music, Theatre & Dance, will perform the last of 18 concerts featuring all 281 solo organ works of Johann Sebastian Bach on April 16 at Hill Auditorium.

  2. March 21, 2023

    A half century of women in the Michigan Marching Band

    The 2022-23 school year marks 50 years since the passing of Title IX, which allowed women to join the Michigan Marching Band.

  3. March 20, 2023

    Lecturer combines love of computing, creating

    Creating pieces of art — and the trial and error that comes with it — drives and inspires Mark Meier, lecturer II in architecture in the A. Alfred Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning.

  4. March 14, 2023

    U-M features creative works of prisoners across Michigan

    The U-M Prison Creative Arts Project will unveil its 27th annual Exhibition of Artists in Michigan Prisons, one of the world’s largest shows of its kind, March 21-April 4 at the Duderstadt Gallery.

  5. March 8, 2023

    Rare museums and herbarium books now available online

    Rare and special books in the Museums and Herbarium Collections have now been digitized and made available online via the HathiTrust Digital Library.

  6. March 6, 2023

    Ford School fellow finds outlet in music

    Kaj Althaus, a Michigan Data and Policy Fellow with the Ford School’s Youth Policy Lab, performs in a band called Toed in the Ann Arbor and metro Detroit areas.

  7. February 22, 2023

    Reviving the lost work of a groundbreaking Black composer

    Ph.D. candidate Bryan Ijames followed his ear, his heart and some scholarly detective work to resurrect a forgotten piece by composer Samuel Coleridge-Taylor that will be performed March 16 at Hill Auditorium.

  8. February 20, 2023

    Wallenberg Fellow’s drawings illustrate climate change in Mexico

    Meghana Tummala, an undergraduate at the A. Alfred Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning, is the winner of the 2023 Raoul Wallenberg Fellowship.

  9. February 6, 2023

    Voice professor finds joy and solace in saltwater swimming

    Despite growing up in landlocked Colorado, Ann Evans Watson always felt drawn to the water and takes part in long-distance saltwater swims.

  10. January 31, 2023

    Blindfolded Rubik’s Cube champion sets the score

    Stanley Chapel, a violin performance major at the School of Music, Theatre & Dance, is a world champion in solving a Rubik’s Cube blindfolded.