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America’s Political Divide, Midterm Elections Take Center Stage at UMMA this Fall with Several Artist-Driven Projects

Creative campus voting Project installation will transform gallery space into voting hub. Social practice artist Philippa Pham Hughes to host events encouraging dialogue and healing across the political spectrum.

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UMMA'S POPULAR 'SUBJECT MATTERS' EVENT RETURNS WITH TOPICS LIKE: WATER, THE FRENCH, AND OUR BRAINS

Spend and evening with art and ideas at this popular UMMA event.

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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.

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