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A Call To Bravery: In New Op-Ed UMMA Director Outlines Five Lessons For More Courageous Museums

UMMA Director Christina Olsen outlines five methods campus museums have used to reassert their relevance to the public and reinvigorate meaningful connections to their communities.

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Hear from the Artist: Meghan Riepenhoff Explains Her Unique Process, on view now in Watershed

In a recent episode of the Modern Art Notes podcast, photographer Meghann Riepenhoff discussed her artistic process–including the unique way she processes her cyanotypes.

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An artist stands on a bridge over tumultuous waters. A wave is crashing over the side of the bridge covering her in a spray of water. She's holding a piece of paper.


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.

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