Upcoming Events

Thursday, September 21

Friday, September 22

Saturday, September 23

Sunday, September 24

Monday, September 25

Tuesday, September 26

  • 7:00pm - 8:30pm

    Talks by the co-authors of Solving the College Admissions Puzzle: A Guide for Students and Families about College Selection, Essay Writing and High-Stakes Testing. Community High college prep counselor John Boshoven discusses how to find the right college; Essay Coaching founder Debbie Merion discusses writing an application essay;  and performance coach Geri Markel discusses scoring well on ACT and SAT tests.

  • 7:30pm

    The U-M dance department's internationally acclaimed resident professional company presents a program highlighted by new works by NYC choreographer Shannon Gillen and Bulgarian dance theater artist Tzveta Kassabova, and the premiere of U-M dance professor Peter Sparling's screendance Clonal Renderings 2: Canon in 2 x 3.

Wednesday, September 27

  • 8:30pm - 10:30pm

    Join Helicon, the History of Art undergraduate student organization, for an outdoor showing of Terry Gilliam's dystopian sci-fi classic, on Tappan Court (courtyard behind UMMA). Snacks and cushions will be provided.

Thursday, September 28

Wednesday, October 4

  • 5:00pm - 7:00pm

    Spoken word, poetry, singing, and instrumentals are all welcome. Ten-minute slots. Limited space; email thesongbirdcafemusic@gmail.com to register. Keyboard available.

Thursday, October 5

Sunday, October 8

Thursday, October 12

Wednesday, October 18

Thursday, October 19

Tuesday, October 24

  • 5:30am

    This Detroit native, who currently lives and works in Los Angeles. focuses on a collaborative ethos and bridging the gap between various genres — namely art, music, fashion, and design. The rich cultural history of Detroit is hugely influential in Yates’ work and has been since his teenage years, when he became friends and artistic collaborators with musician George Clinton. Note special time and location.

Thursday, November 2

Thursday, November 9

Thursday, November 16

  • 5:10pm

    McRae s a sci-fi artist, designer, body architect, and filmmaker placing the human body in complex, futuristic scenarios that confound the boundaries between the natural and artificial.

Monday, November 27

Thursday, November 30

Thursday, December 7

  • 5:10pm

    This Saginaw-born artist, active since the late 1960s, has worked on major infrastructure and planning projects, site-specific sculptures, museum installations, and community interventions.

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