Arts & Culture

  1. Prisoner art exhibit makes its US debut at Ann Arbor Art Fair July 18, 2022
  2. ‘A World Without Ice’: Final week in Traverse City with Michigan temps above 90 degrees July 18, 2022
  3. Chalk: ‘Possibly the simplest tool you could ever make art with’ July 15, 2022
  4. 100 years of peonies sounds like… June 16, 2022
  5. In partnership with UK, U-M prison artists debut exhibit at the summer fair June 14, 2022
  6. Visual artist Carlos Jackson appointed as U-M Stamps dean May 19, 2022
  7. U-M Museum of Natural History exhibit takes closer look at social, health inequities that fueled pandemic May 18, 2022
  8. Sustainably made honors cords adorned by 281 U-M graduates this year April 25, 2022
  9. Equitable design focus of ‘Size Up’ event March 28, 2022
  10. Prison artwork live again after 2 years of digital versions March 9, 2022
  11. Open access: U-M recruits students across campus to fill arts internships February 24, 2022
  12. Ancestor garden: Community plants butterfly garden honoring Detroiters lost to COVID-19 January 31, 2022
  13. $12M gift of Chinese calligraphy transforms Asian art collection at U-M Museum of Art January 26, 2022
  14. U-M Clements Library acquires rare hand-drawn map of Detroit from 1761, pursues crowdfunding December 1, 2021
  15. New art installation at U-M Museum of Natural History explores unseen world of microorganisms November 29, 2021
  16. U-M Stamps School of Art & Design celebrates work by 5 Michigan artists with ‘Envision’ November 12, 2021
  17. New app uses census data to help architects imagine more representative spaces November 4, 2021
  18. U-M exhibition challenges social constructs pertaining to individual and collective identity October 28, 2021
  19. Henry Ford’s ghost confronts complex legacy in new film by U-M professor October 27, 2021
  20. U-M researchers debut robotically fabricated timber structure at Matthaei Botanical Gardens October 21, 2021