Arts & Culture

  1. Chalk: ‘Possibly the simplest tool you could ever make art with’ July 15, 2022
  2. 100 years of peonies sounds like… June 16, 2022
  3. In partnership with UK, U-M prison artists debut exhibit at the summer fair June 14, 2022
  4. Visual artist Carlos Jackson appointed as U-M Stamps dean May 19, 2022
  5. U-M Museum of Natural History exhibit takes closer look at social, health inequities that fueled pandemic May 18, 2022
  6. Sustainably made honors cords adorned by 281 U-M graduates this year April 25, 2022
  7. Equitable design focus of ‘Size Up’ event March 28, 2022
  8. Prison artwork live again after 2 years of digital versions March 9, 2022
  9. Open access: U-M recruits students across campus to fill arts internships February 24, 2022
  10. Ancestor garden: Community plants butterfly garden honoring Detroiters lost to COVID-19 January 31, 2022
  11. $12M gift of Chinese calligraphy transforms Asian art collection at U-M Museum of Art January 26, 2022
  12. U-M Clements Library acquires rare hand-drawn map of Detroit from 1761, pursues crowdfunding December 1, 2021
  13. New art installation at U-M Museum of Natural History explores unseen world of microorganisms November 29, 2021
  14. U-M Stamps School of Art & Design celebrates work by 5 Michigan artists with ‘Envision’ November 12, 2021
  15. New app uses census data to help architects imagine more representative spaces November 4, 2021
  16. U-M exhibition challenges social constructs pertaining to individual and collective identity October 28, 2021
  17. Henry Ford’s ghost confronts complex legacy in new film by U-M professor October 27, 2021
  18. U-M researchers debut robotically fabricated timber structure at Matthaei Botanical Gardens October 21, 2021
  19. Using art in social work education and practice September 29, 2021
  20. Detroit artist explores connections between Black men, rock pigeons in U-M exhibition September 23, 2021