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Friday, Feb 17, 2012

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U-M Library Celebrates Language

Language: The Human Quintessence

Event Type:
Exhibition
Sponsor:
University Library
Time:
8:00 am - 11:30 pm
Location:
Harlan Hatcher Graduate Library
Room:
Gallery, Room 100

We invite you to browse panels about the scripts of ancient Egypt, indigenous languages of Central and South America, languages of Southeast Asia, and more – including the English language and language used in graffiti and comics.

This exhibit highlights the possibilities for exploration and discovery within the library’s collections, which are impressive on many levels. The sheer number of materials, including more than 8.5 million volumes in locations all over campus, and access to millions of digital books, journals and images, makes it one of the largest university library systems in the United States. The collection encompasses ancient documents written on papyrus, electronic journals reporting on the latest advances in science and medicine, and materials from nearly every period, culture, and way of thought in between.

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Website:
http://www.lib.umich.edu/gallery/events/u-m-library-celebrates-language
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language

North Campus Photo Competition

Deadline March 5

Event Type:
Recreational / Games
Sponsor:
Living Arts Programming Board
Time:
8:00 am - 11:30 pm
Location:
Bursley Hall
Room:
N/A

Photo Competition Rules and Criteria

Criteria for entries: -must be a two dimensional image -submitted as a jpeg, gif, or pdf file -resoultion must be at least 300 dpi -image must depict or represent any or all parts of North Campus -Short description of the content and how it represents North Campus

examples of entry:

photograph, photograph/mixed media (2D), photoshop etc..

How to submit entries: -deadline for submission: March 5, 2012 by 11:59pm EST -One entry per person. Up to 3 images per entry, they shall be judged together.

-Submit entries to: NorthCampusPhoto@gmail.com

-add as a jpeg, gif, or pdf file attachment -include Submission Form with entry

Judging Process: The winners shall be selected by a diverse panel of judges. The judges shall select “Honorable Mention” pieces first. Then, from the “Honorable Mention” pool, the judges will select first, second, and third place winners.

Winners/ Prizes: Winners will be notified via email. All Honorable Mention Pieces will be up for display in the Duderstadt connector from March 12 - 16.

Prizes will be as follows:

First Place: $300

Second Place $150

Third Place $75

Honorable Mention will receive a small gift

North Campus

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Website:
https://sites.google.com/site/northcampusphotocompetition/
Tags:
competition
north campus
visual arts

Politics of Heritage in the Middle East Conference

A conference in honor of CMENAS 50th Anniversary

Event Type:
Conference / Symposium
Sponsor:
Ctr for Middle Eastern & North African Studies (CMENAS)
Time:
9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Location:
Rackham Graduate School (Horace H.)
Room:
Assembly Hall

Description: The Middle East today looks back at a heritage of multiple layered pasts, some of them as conspicuous as the Pyramids, others hidden in the ground like the works of the Hittites, some ephemeral like the lifestyle of the dwindling nomadic population of Turkey, some apparently permanently engraved like the rituals of churches and mosques. Since the colonial period, social and cultural change has been accelerated in an unprecedented way, and has thus added new layers to the past, and new forms of envisioning and reconstructing it. Further Information: CMENAS is planning a one-day symposium to pose questions how this complex heritage is cherished and neglected, forgotten and reinvented, reconstructed and transformed, exhibited and destroyed, highlighted and obscured, reified, poeticized, commodified. How do citizens, states, and other institutions in the Middle East today view those multiple pasts? How are continuities and discontinuities constructed in cultural production and national narratives? Which layers are privileged, which are suppressed? How are those pasts appropriated and re-presented in the visual landscape, preserved in the museum, and taught in schools? How does popular culture draw on this heritage to forge modern identities? Whose agenda, whose epistemology drives the process? Despite its origins being entirely detached from the contemporary Middle East, the many academic disciplines that contribute to Middle Eastern Studies in the West have been part of this process of creating heritages in various ways. So we will also have to ask when and how Middle Eastern and Western endeavors to reconstruct these heritages have been colluding to create new narratives, or how and when they have competed for the possession of monuments, and for their hegemonic interpretation. How are research agendas, funding priorities, excavation permits, and claims to findings, old and new, negotiated? Are Middle Easternists analyzing the narratives of heritages, or just creating new ones? Are the universalist claims of Western academia more than an excuse to interfere in the politics of others’ heritages? Whose past is it, anyway? Participants: Margaret Root, University of Michigan; Magnus Bernhardsson, Williams College; Kader Konuk, University of Michigan; Walter Armbrust, St. Antony’s College, Oxford University; Andrew Shryock, University of Michigan; Flagg Miller, University of California-Davis; Asli Gür, University of Michigan; Ann Killebrew, Penn State; Helaine Silverman, University of Illinois-Urbana/Champaign and additional University of Michigan faculty.

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Website:
http://www.ii.umich.edu/cmenas/
Tags:
anniversary
archaeology
heritage
middle east
multicultural
museums
nation
politics
popular culture

Joints 4tet for Ensemble video installation

Joints 4tet for Ensemble
Event Type:
Exhibition
Sponsor:
Institute for the Humanities
Time:
9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Location:
202 S. Thayer
Room:
Institute for the Humanities Gallery, #1010

Video installation by Charles Atlas exploring time-based portraiture, the body, fragmentation, and movement of Merce Cunningham.

Related events: Film Screening of The Legend of Leigh Bowery by Charles Atlas: Monday, February 13, 7pm, UMMA Stern Auditorium, 525 S. State. (Presented in conjunction with UMS)

Brown Bag Lecture by Charles Atlas: “Video in Performance and Video as Performance,” Tuesday, February 14, 12:30pm, 202 S. Thayer, room 2022

Gallery Reception with Charles Atlas: Wednesday, February 15, 4:30-6pm, U-M Institute for the Humanities Gallery, 202 S. Thayer, room 1010

The gallery is open Saturday 11am-3pm and closed Sunday.

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Website:
www.lsa.umich.edu/humanities/events
Tags:
dance
film
visual arts

Mark di Suvero: Tabletops

Mark di Suvero, Maya 1995, steel, Collection of the artist
Event Type:
Exhibition
Sponsor:
University of Michigan Museum of Art (UMMA)
Time:
10:00 am
Location:
Museum of Art
Room:
N/A

Preeminent American sculptor Mark di Suvero (b. 1933) is best known for his dynamic and monumental works made of industrial steel and salvaged materials that populate museum grounds, landscapes, and urban environments around the world. In addition to countless exhibitions and awards, in March 2011 di Suvero was honored with the National Medal of the Arts by President Obama in a White House ceremony. This exhibition, organized by UMMA and on view exclusively in Ann Arbor, features approximately 15 of di Suvero's rarely exhibited smaller scale pieces, or tabletops, from the 1950s to the present. The tabletops are not maquettes of larger-scale works but an expressionistic and engaging genre all their own, an outlet for exploring ideas relating to the calligraphic nature of form, balance, proportion, and movement. Drawing from numerous private collections as well as the artist's studio, the exhibition offers the opportunity to experience this intimate work in the Museum's ground level, glass-walled Irving Stenn, Jr, Family Project Gallery, adjacent to the two di Suvero outdoor steel sculptures on the Museum's grounds–Orion (2006) and Shang (1984–85).

This exhibition is made possible in part by the Office of the President of the University of Michigan, the University of Michigan Health System, and Laura Lynch and Hugh McPherson.

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Website:
http://www.umma.umich.edu/view/exhibitions/2011-suvero.php
Tags:
art
sculpture
umma
visual arts

Recent Acquisitions: Curator's Choice, Part I

Karl Struss United States, 1886-1981 Yacht Harbor, Lake Como 1909 Platinum print
Event Type:
Exhibition
Sponsor:
University of Michigan Museum of Art (UMMA)
Time:
10:00 am
Location:
Museum of Art
Room:
N/A

This is the first part of a two-part exhibition introducing exciting, recently acquired works from UMMA's collections gifted to the museum during the past five years. Recent Acquisitions: Curator's Choice, Part I presents a first look at artworks, mostly prints, drawings, and photographs by artists as diverse as Annie Leibovitz, Edward Steichen, and Rembrandt van Rijn. Carole McNamara, Senior Curator of Western Art, chose works that focus on some of the enduring and compelling themes that have occupied artists in Europe and America. One is the preoccupation with the human form as an expression of ideas, feelings, and sensations. This selection begins with the tradition of the academic nude study and progresses to embrace different genres, from both secular and religious contexts. Another selection-landscapes and cityscapes-are each opportunities for artists to speak to our relationship to the natural world-both in how we experience landscape as well as how we construct our own urban environments.

This exhibition is made possible in part by the University of Michigan Office of the Provost.

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Website:
http://www.umma.umich.edu/view/exhibitions/2011-choice.php
Tags:
umma
visual arts

Robert Wilson: Video 50

Robert Wilson. “Video 50,” 1978. Courtesy Electronic Arts Intermix (EAI), Ne
Event Type:
Exhibition
Sponsor:
University of Michigan Museum of Art (UMMA)
Time:
10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Location:
Museum of Art
Room:
New Media Gallery

The tiny dramas that comprise Robert Wilson's Video 50 contain aspects of his hallmark aesthetic: surreal or dream-like imagery, the absence of a linear narrative, the conflation of seemingly unrelated characters and micro-stories, and a mesmerizingly slow pace. Video 50 consists of a randomly arranged set of 30-second "episodes," a few of which feature notable French personalities of the 1970s-perfumier Hélène Rochas stares down a mugger, culture minister Michel Guy struggles to open a dresser drawer-and Wilson thought of these as miniature portraits or character studies. The creator and director of aggressively experimental theater, Wilson first came to prominence with works from the mid-1970s such as The Life and Times of Joseph Stalin (1973) and Einstein on the Beach (1976). These lavish, unusually long productions broke and then redefined every convention of theater. In Video 50 his shorter time-based portraits explore the intersection of narrative and still-life, seductively dissolving the distance between viewer and subject.

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Website:
http://www.umma.umich.edu/view/exhibitions/2011-wilson.php
Tags:
art
exhibition
museum
umma
video
visual arts

Ann Arbor Art Center Workshop: Drop-in and Draw: Fridays in the Gallery

Event Type:
Class / Instruction
Sponsor:
University of Michigan Museum of Art (UMMA)
Time:
11:00 am - 1:00 pm
Location:
Museum of Art
Room:
N/A

Fridays, January 27–March 16, 2012 Instructor: Heather Accurso $10 one-time drop-in fee (cash only), materials included Pre-register for all 8 classes: $72 UMMA and AAAC members and UM students / $80 non-members, materials included. Register online at annarborartcenter.org. Pick up materials at the information desk.

Fridays through March 16, 2012. This drop-in gallery class offers an opportunity to be more than an observer at the Museum. With the guidance of the instructor, learn to observe the works in the UMMA collections; experiment with proportion, perspective, line quality, value, composition, and personal style. No experience necessary; all are welcome!

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Website:
http://www.umma.museum/programs-and-tours/events/index.php?com=detail&eID=849
Tags:
umma
visual arts

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EIHS Workshop with Sharon Zukin

Event Type:
Workshop / Seminar
Sponsor:
History - Eisenberg Institute
Time:
12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Location:
Tisch Hall
Room:
1014

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Website:
http://www.lsa.umich.edu/eihs/
Tags:
eisenberg institute for historical studies
history

Relaxation

Event Type:
Workshop / Seminar
Sponsor:
Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)
Time:
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Location:
Michigan Union
Room:
3100

Learn stress reduction techniques including deep muscle relaxation, mental imagery and mindfulness, deep breathing and supportive “self-talk.” Come once or many times. Wear comfortable clothes.

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Website:
www.umich.edu/~caps
Tags:
health and wellness
workshop

Skate Break!

Flyer
Event Type:
Reception / Open House
Sponsor:
Center for Campus Involvement
Time:
12:00 pm - 2:00 am
Location:
Pierpont Commons
Room:
North Campus Diag

Come chill out with us on an outdoor ice skating rink! Come to skate, get some free swag, and take part in a variety of other fun activities.

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Website:
campusinvolvement.umich.edu
Tags:
free
ice skating
north campus
outdoors

Career Advising at the History Department

Event Type:
Meeting
Sponsor:
The Career Center
Time:
1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Location:
Tisch Hall
Room:
N/A

Meet with a Career Advisor at the History Department. Sign up with the History Department for an appointment.

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Website:
N/A
Tags:
career advising
history department
the career center

Ann Arbor Art Center Workshop: Drawing with Colored Pencil

Event Type:
Class / Instruction
Sponsor:
University of Michigan Museum of Art (UMMA)
Time:
2:30 pm - 5:00 pm
Location:
Museum of Art
Room:
Multipurpose Room

Fridays, January 27–March 16 Instructor: Heather Accurso $170 UMMA and AAAC members and UM students / $188 non-members Advance registration required by Friday, January 20. Register online at annarborartcenter.org.

Fridays through March 16, 2012. Learn how to mix colored pencil through layering and blending. Create abstract compositions, draw sumptuous fruit and vegetable still life arrangements, and use photographs or works from the UMMA collections as sources for inspiration and content. Develop a visual and verbal grasp of color theory while simultaneously pursuing an expressive personal style. Students bring their own materials. Supply list provided upon registration.

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Website:
http://www.umma.museum/programs-and-tours/events/index.php?com=detail&eID=856
Tags:
umma
visual arts

RHA's Siblings Weekend 2012

Show your sibling what life is like for you at Michigan!

Event Type:
Social / Informal Gathering
Sponsor:
Residence Halls Association, The
Time:
4:00 pm
Location:
Michigan Union
Room:
N/A

Sibling's Weekend 2012 will take place on February 17th-19th. Registration will begin at 5pm on Friday. There will be many fun events and activities for Michigan students and their siblings, including movies, crafts, and the opportunity to purchase tickets to a Michigan Men's Basketball game v. Ohio State!

The registration link will remain open through the month of January.

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/viewform?hl=en_US&formkey=dDZTV25FSk9VTXFHaHFWVE8xVXdiMmc6MQ#gid=0

Contact Kailani Buckner at kailjoyb@umich.edu with questions pertaining to Sibling's Weekend.

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Cost:
$35 for one sibling, $30 for each additional sibling
Website:
http://rha.umich.edu
Tags:
residence halls association
siblings weekend

Learning from the Community

Evaluating your Service Learning Program and Experience

Event Type:
Workshop / Seminar
Sponsor:
Ginsberg Center
Time:
4:00 pm - 5:30 pm
Location:
Michigan Union
Room:
CSG Chambers (3909 Michigan Union)

Evaluation is a key component for program development and program management. Evaluating your service experience can help improve the program for next year, foster a better relationship with community partners, and can support future advertising and fundraising efforts. This workshop will provide information on evaluation development and how to use your evaluation data.

To register for the workshop, click here: http://uuis.umich.edu/workshop2/workshopdet.cfm?wid=798.

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Website:
N/A
Tags:
serve
social justice
student org

Black History Month Dinner Celebration

BHM Dinner 2012

Hosted By: Support for the Incoming Black Students (SIBS)

Event Type:
Reception / Open House
Sponsors:
Multi-Ethnic Student Affairs
Division of Student Affairs (DSA)
Time:
5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
Location:
William Monroe Trotter Multicultural Center
Room:
N/A

Join us as we celebrate Black History Month to recognize those who paved the way so that we can be here today. This event includes catered soul food, an African dance performance, and much more! RSVP requested, email: blackhistorymonth2012@umich.edu

RSVP Required*

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Website:
http://mesa.umich.edu
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black history month
mesa
sibs
trotter

Department of Musicology Lecture, Dr. Jennifer Ronyak (University of Alberta)

Event Type:
Performance
Sponsor:
School of Music, Theatre & Dance
Time:
5:00 pm
Location:
School of Music, Theater and Dance
Room:
506

Genre, National Contexts, Mutability, and Anchors in the Reception of Beethoven’s Adelaide

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Cost:
Free - no tickets required
Website:
http://www.music.umich.edu/
Tags:
music

Word of Mouth StorySLAM

Infatuation

INFATUATION

Event Type:
Performance
Sponsor:
Word of Mouth Stories
Time:
6:00 pm
Location:
Off Campus Location
Room:
Work Gallery, 306 State Street

Word of Mouth StorySLAM is coming around again.

Friday, February 17--6 pm--Work Gallery, 306 State Street

Valentine's day is right around the corner, and so is our next Story Slam, "Infatuation." Don't miss your opportunity to share your tales of love and woe as we wind down from everyone's *favorite* holiday. No matter what kinds of mischief cupid has been stirring up in your life, we want to hear it! Snacks and drinks provided for those of us in need of a little extra TLC.

Never been to our slams before? Audience members tell five-minute stories from their lives relative to a theme. Events are always free, and no previous storyslam experience is necessary. Whether you come with stories or just to listen in, we hope to see you there!

In the meantime, check out our blog and our Facebook event!

www.wordofmouthstories.tumblr.com http://www.facebook.com/events/298117096915859/

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Website:
http://wordofmouthstories.tumblr.com/
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community gathering
hipsters
literary event
story telling

Lecture: Jonathan Barnett, University of Pennsylvania

Lecture Title: CITY DESIGN: Modernist, Traditional, Green and Systems Perspectives

Event Type:
Lecture / Discussion
Sponsor:
A. Alfred Taubman College of Architecture + Urban Planning
Time:
6:00 pm
Location:
Art and Architecture Building
Room:
Art + Architecture Auditorium, Rm. 2104

Jonathan Barnett is a Professor of Practice in City and Regional Planning, and director of the Urban Design Program, at the University of Pennsylvania. He is an architect and planner as well as an educator, and is the author of numerous books and articles on the theory and practice of city design.

He has been an advisor to the cities of Charleston, SC, Cleveland, Kansas City, Miami, Nashville, New York City, Norfolk, Omaha, and Pittsburgh in the United States and Xiamen and Tianjin in China. He has also been an advisor to several U.S. Government agencies including the National Park Service, the Department of Housing and Urban Development, the National Endowment for the Arts, and the National Capitol Planning Commission.

A magna cum laude graduate of Yale, Barnett also holds an M.A. degree from the University of Cambridge and an M. Arch from Yale. He is a fellow of the American Institute of Architects and also a fellow of the American Institute of Certified Planners.

He has been the William Henry Bishop visiting professor at Yale, the Eschweiler Professor at the University of Wisconsin, the Kea Distinguished Visiting Professor at the University of Maryland, and the Sam Gibbons Eminent Scholar at the University of South Florida. He was awarded the Dale Prize for Excellence in Urban Design and Regional Planning. He also received the Athena Medal from the Congress for the New Urbanism.

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Website:
http://www.tcaup.umich.edu/news_and_events/events/?event=0000c0a8de12000007d4ba0400000133b5a76a1e631
Tags:
architecture
north campus

A Night at the Set Talent Show

bhm calendar

Hosted By: Kappa Alpha Psi, Sigma Chapter

Event Type:
Performance
Sponsor:
Multi-Ethnic Student Affairs
Time:
7:00 pm
Location:
Michigan Union
Room:
Ballroom

The Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. – The Sigma Chapter will host a talent showcase that acknowledges winners of our essay scholarship contest. The Talent Show includes singing, musical displays, spoken word and other artistic performances from various multicultural communities. During intermission, the Black Student Union will make a presentation on Black History Month in order to create awareness of historical figures and its importance to the community.

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Website:
http://mesa.umich.edu/
Tags:
black history month
kappa alpha psi
talent show

Student String Quartet Recital - RESCHEDULED FROM FEBRUARY 20

Event Type:
Performance
Sponsor:
School of Music, Theatre & Dance
Time:
7:30 pm
Location:
Room:
Bethlehem United Church of Christ - 423 S. 4th Ave. Ann Arbor

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Cost:
Free - no tickets required
Website:
http://www.music.umich.edu/
Tags:
music

Symphony Band Chamber Winds

Event Type:
Performance
Sponsor:
School of Music, Theatre & Dance
Time:
8:00 pm
Location:
Walgreen Drama Center
Room:
Stamps Auditorium

Michael Haithcock, conductor; Paul Dwyer, cello Mozart’s largest and most complex serenade vividly illustrates his genius. Imagine the surprise felt in courts long ago as the sounds of this endearing work were heard for the first time in all of its “rule breaking” glory. Gulda’s Concerto for Cello, featuring award winning U-M doctoral student Paul Dwyer as soloist, is no less adventuresome in mixing styles that range from Mozart to Motown. PROGRAM: Mozart - Serenade No. 10, “Gran Partita”; Gulda - Concerto for Cello and Wind Orchestra

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Cost:
Free - no tickets required
Website:
http://www.music.umich.edu/
Tags:
music

Noises Off

Event Type:
Performance
Sponsor:
School of Music, Theatre & Dance
Time:
8:00 pm
Location:
Mendelssohn Theatre
Room:
N/A

Dept. of Theatre & Drama. A comedy by Michael Frayn. Anything that can go wrong will go wrong in this delightful farce about putting on a play. Directed by John Neville-Andrews The play contains some mild sexual innuendo. Recommended for ages fourteen and up. Tickets available at the League Ticket Office, 734-764-2538.

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Cost:
Reserved Seating $26/$20/$10 with student ID
Website:
http://www.music.umich.edu/
Tags:
music
theater

Spring Awakening

Event Type:
Performance
Sponsor:
School of Music, Theatre & Dance
Time:
8:00 pm
Location:
Walgreen Drama Center
Room:
Arthur Miller Theatre

Dept. of Musical Theatre Studio Production. A musical by Steven Sater and Duncan Sheik. Directed by Malcolm Tulip, Lynn Shankel, Music Director. Adapted from Frank Wedekind\&##39;s 1891 expressionist play about the trials, tears, and exhilaration of the teen years, Spring Awakening traces the journey from youth to adulthood with power, poignancy, and passion. Recommended for mature audiences due to mature content, including brief partial nudity, sexual situations and strong language. Tickets available at the League Ticket Office, 734-764-2538.

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Cost:
SOLD OUT General Admission $17/ $10 with student ID
Website:
http://www.music.umich.edu/
Tags:
music

Sweet Honey In The Rock

Sweet Honey in the Rock
Event Type:
Performance
Sponsor:
University Musical Society*
Time:
8:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Location:
Hill Auditorium
Room:
N/A

Sweet Honey In The Rock focuses on music that challenges, inspires, teaches, encourages, and empowers audiences from all walks of life to become interested and involved in issues that are central to their lives. For over three decades, Sweet Honey In The Rock has celebrated our collective humanity, singing about the challenging issues of racism; social, economic, and environmental injustice; equal rights; and the greed that seems to be pulling our nation apart. The group has built a distinguished legacy as one of the most celebrated ambassadors of a cappella music, fusing five scintillating and soulful voices with the texture, harmonic blend, and raw quality that is indigenous and true to authentic a cappella music. They take audiences on journeys that span centuries of African- American history and culture — sound journeys that nurture and heal. In the tradition of artists in action — this is the group that sang at the rally when the University of Michigan defended its affirmative action position before the Supreme Court — Sweet Honey taps the spirit, encourages audiences to think, asks them to reflect, and inspires them to make a difference in their communities. Sign language interpreted. A special block of tickets is being held in the front of the main floor for people with hearing impairments.

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Website:
http://ums.org/s_current_season/artist.asp?pageid=679
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a cappella
music
social justice
sweet honey in the rock

How Does Hot Dogs Work

ComCo presents: How Does Hot Dogs Work

Event Type:
Performance
Sponsor:
ComCo/UAC
Time:
8:00 pm - 9:30 pm
Location:
Modern Languages Building
Room:
Auditorium 3

ComCo is U-M's oldest and best improv comedy troupe. They perform several times a semester.

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Cost:
$2 at the door
Website:
http://www.umuac.org/comco
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comoco

UMix on Ice!

UMix on Ice!
Event Type:
Social / Informal Gathering
Sponsor:
Center for Campus Involvement
Time:
10:00 pm - 2:00 am
Location:
Pierpont Commons
Room:
N/A

Join us Friday, February 17 as we bring an outdoor ice rink to North Campus!

UMix is moving to Pierpont Commons and the North Campus Diag for one special weekend you won't want to miss. We'll have free skate rental and ice skating on our awesome outdoor rink, and all kinds of warm & cozy ski lodge fun inside of Pierpont Commons. Beyond ice skating, activities include a hot cocoa station, make-your-own snow globes, karaoke, billiards, a nacho & taco buffet, and a screening of the Academy Award-nominated hit "Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy" before it arrives on DVD.

We'll see you up on North Campus on Friday, February 17 from 10pm-2am!

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Website:
campusinvolvement.umich.edu
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film
free
free food
ice skating
movie
north campus
outdoors
umix
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