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Related Programs: Come as You Are: Art of the 1990s On view October 17, 2015–January 31, 2016 Come as You Are: Art of the 1990s provides a fresh look at the art of the pivotal decade between the fall of the Berlin Wall and 9/11. The exhibition,...>>
The University of Michigan Museum of Art (UMMA) has received a $150,000 grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS). The grant will support UMMA’s Engaged Learning Collections Access Project, an effort to create and enhance data...>>
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...>>
Come cool off at UMMA for a special Art Fair edition of Fridays After 5 on Friday, July 17! Not only will UMMA’s galleries and special exhibitions remain open until 8pm, there will be a free screening at 5:30pm of the 1996 film Basquiat directed by...>>
In 1984-85 a young and eager group of new Dance faculty converged at U-M. They founded Ann Arbor Dance Works as a resident professional dance company of the University of Michigan Department of Dance in order to make, perform, and tour new work. For...>>
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...>>
Students clamor off the bus and into the museum for a school tour with world-class art and astute and friendly docents. In the 21st century, field trips at UMMA offer more than an enriching day away from school. Docents encourage students to look...>>
During a 20-year period from 1986 to 2007, Lynn Davis photographed Jakobshavn Glacier facing Disko Bay in Greenland, trying to capture what she calls the “changing alchemy of ice and water that created such monolithic forms.” In her evocative...>>
In conjunction with the UMMA exhibition of HE: The Hergott Shepard Photography Collection (on view February 14–June 14, 2015​) , please join us for two great events on Sunday, March 22. Both events are FREE and open to the public. UMMA Dialogue: HE...>>


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