Undergraduate Juried Exhibition Features Work Across Disciplines

The Undergraduate Juried Exhibition, featuring work by students enrolled in Department of Art, Art History, and Design (AAHD) classes, opened April 5 and runs through Sunday, April 28, at (SCENE) Metrospace, 110 Charles St. in East Lansing. During the exhibition, (SCENE) Metrospace will be open Thursdays, 3-7 p.m.; Fridays, 1-7 p.m.; Saturdays, 12-5 p.m., and Sundays 12-5 p.m. An opening…

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Accessible Art Events Coming to Broad Art Lab

An accessible art exhibit is coming to MSU’s Broad Art Lab April 8-13 and  will feature touchable and multisensory art made by MSU students and Lansing and East Lansing community members, including artists who identify on the disability spectrum. The event is planned to be as inclusive and accessible as possible by incorporating such elements as sensory-friendly hours, touchable art, braille placards,…

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Exhibit Showcases Research by MFA Candidates

As the culmination of a three-year program through the Department of Art, Art History, and Design, Master of Fine Arts candidates will have their work displayed at the Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum for six weeks, from March 23 to May 5. An opening reception for the exhibit will take place on Saturday, March 23, from 6 to 8 p.m.…

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Critical Race Studies Artist-in-Residence to Exhibit Work and Program of Events at MSU

An exhibition featuring the work of Qais Assali, Visiting Assistant Professor and Artist-in-Residence: Critical Race Studies, will be displayed at the MSU Union Art Gallery March 15-May 11. An opening reception for the exhibit is scheduled for Friday, March 15, from 6 to 8 p.m. at the MSU Union Art Gallery. Assali will do an artist talk on Wednesday, March…

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‘Illuminating Survivor Voices’ Makes Strides Across MSU

After making its initial debut at the Broad Art Lab in December, Associate Professor Nancy DeJoy’s poem, Illuminating Survivor Voices, which addresses the issue of silence in cases of sexual abuse, continues to make an impact on the MSU community as a symbol of culture change. The poem, displayed as a light installation originally surrounded by 15 survivor statements projected onto…

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Exhibit to Feature Work of Critical Race Studies Artist-in-Residence

An exhibition featuring the work of Helina Metaferia, Visiting Assistant Professor and Artist-in-Residence: Critical Race Studies, will appear at MSU’s (SCENE) Metrospace, 110 Charles St., East Lansing, February 8-March 29. This solo, interdisciplinary exhibit, titled By Way of Revolution, engages collage, assemblage, performance, video, and participation/social practice to resurrect the spirit of social justice movements of the past in order…

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Exhibit Inspired by Teachings of MSU Professors Travels to Ireland

Starting at Michigan State University and traveling nearly 4,000 miles around the world, the Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology in Galway, Ireland, hosted a photography exhibit at its Center for the Creative Arts and Media that showcases the work of the 127 photographers from 39 countries who were students of the first Photography Specialization course, taught by MSU Professors Peter Glendinning,…

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‘Illuminating Survivor Voices’ Through the Arts

A poem by Associate Professor Nancy DeJoy, addressing the issue of silence in cases of sexual abuse and how the isolation and silencing of survivor voices is detrimental to the lives of survivors and to the community, will be exhibited December 4-12 at the Broad Art Lab in downtown East Lansing. The poem, Illuminating Survivor Voices, which originated from survivor…

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2019 MSU Arts Weekend June 28-30

Join us on Mackinac Island for a special weekend at one of the world’s finest hotels where you will enjoy private porch receptions, unique programming, fine gourmet dinners, and good company! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QCtHcxL_PI4&feature=emb_title Activities Include Private porch receptions and gourmet dinnersAn enjoyable evening of musical theatre with a performance by MSU Department of Theatre studentsGuided tour of the Manoogian Art CollectionSustainable Design: Fashion and…

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Department of Theatre to Present Sexual Politics Series

MSU’s Department of Theatre is proud to present its Sexual Politics Series, a unique and timely performance of published and ensemble-created works exploring how theatre, as an art form, has illuminated, illustrated, and even misrepresented issues of discrimination, empowerment, and abuse on several levels. “It was incredibly challenging to find theatrical pieces from the past that addressed this subject responsibly,” said Alexis Black,…

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