Five Million Dollar Gift Expands U-M Museum of Art’s Chinese Ceramics Collection, Creates Weese Program In Ceramic Art
Commitment to Anti-Racist Action
Black Lives Matter. The University of Michigan Museum of Art (UMMA) stands in solidarity with Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC). We acknowledge that UMMA, like museums generally, has been a part of a history of structurally racist systems and systemic inequality. We commit to challenging and dismantling systems of oppression that harm BIPOC communities. UMMA must be a better advocate and ally.Read our Commitment to Action
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An unscheduled, ‘sometimes’ email from the UMMA staff that connects works of art in our collection to the present moment. Unlike most newsletters, Art In Your Inbox doesn’t follow a set schedule. Sign up and you’ll receive an email with UMMA art when we’re inspired to reflect on current events by a particular piece in the Museum’s collection. Subscribe to Art In Your Inbox and join us in thinking about our collective experiences in new ways. View a past example [PDF].
UMMA AT HOME
While UMMA is closed to the public, explore the many ways you can engage with the Museum, our collections, our experts, and our programs from your home. Check back often for new and updated activities and resources.Explore At Home Resources