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Families with children are invited to look, learn, and create together. Family Art Studio Thursday, June 23, 11 a.m.–1 p.m. and 2–4 p.m. Create your own art project inspired by the sensitivity and beauty of Japanese design. Designed for families...>>
Detroit-based architect Catie Newell wants to capture her city’s darkness before it’s all gone. Once the worst in the nation, Detroit’s streetlights are being replaced by thousands of LEDs in a $185 million infrastructure project. Before all the...>>
On view August 22, 2015–January 3, 2016 The Heidelberg Project has been the life’s work of artist Tyree Guyton. It is one of the largest, best-known, and longest-running site-specific art installations in the country. Occupying more than two blocks...>>
On view July 5–September 27, 2015 Julian Schnabel provides a major entry into work created by the painter celebrated for a visual language that brings together unexpected materials and radically unconventional techniques. The exhibition, which...>>
UMMA is delighted to offer these activities highlighting the outstanding collection of Japanese art on view in our galleries and study cases in conjunction with U-M Center for Japanese Studies’ Ann Arbor Japan Week! Ann Arbor Japan Week UMMA is...>>
Park Su-geun (February 21, 1914–May 6, 1965) is one of the most popular, influential modernist painters in Korea. Largely self-taught, he focused on depicting farmers and ordinary people engaging in everyday activities. He used a distinctive...>>
On view October 18, 2014–January 18, 2015 Brandon Family Bridge In spite of the economic reverses of the last few decades, Detroit is still perceived by most Americans as the cradle of the automotive industry and the testing ground for twentieth-...>>
On view October 4, 2014–January 25, 2015 A. Alfred Taubman Gallery I I’m a news junkie who consumes a variety of sources, while not wholly trusting any of them. What passes for the news doesn’t necessarily reflect what’s going on in the world so...>>
All performances are free and open to the public and take place in the UMMA Apse, unless otherwise noted. Seating is limited. Audiences may browse the gallery at exhibition-related concerts. Creative Arts Orchestra All-Stars Sunday, October 26, 7 pm...>>
Thursday, September 4 6:30pm–9:30pm A. Alfred Taubman Gallery I​ Museum Apse Join exhibition curator Ellen Taubman, U-M Associate Dean and Carroll Smith Rosenberg Collegiate Professor of History, American Culture, and Native American Studies Philip...>>

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