December 14th, 2014

  • Insanity with REVIVE

    Are you up to the challenge? Join REVIVE as we take part in tackling the Insanity Workout! We will be in the CCRB everday! Can't make it...

  • exhibition
    Other

    MTango Beginners Series

    MTango is a student organization dedicated to spreading the joy of Argentine tango in the University of Michigan community and beyond. We...

  • D-SIP: U-M Paid Internship

    Join a diverse community of undergraduates taking advantage of University of Michigan's unique, 12-week paid development internship. Each...

  • Juried Art Competition

    The Juried Art Competition is an annual art exhibit put on by the University of Michigan's Center for Campus Involvement in mid-January in...

  • Banner Moments: The U.S. National Anthem in American Life

    Celebrating the bicentennial of the U.S. National Anthem, “The Star-Spangled Banner” (1814–2014), this exhibit illustrates the...

  • Diary of a Teenage Girl: Pop-Up Exhibition by Phoebe Gloeckner

    We are thrilled to introduce our exciting new Pop-Up exhibition series in the Osterman Common Room (#1022) featuring short (approx. 2 weeks)...

  • Planes and Trains and Things that Go!

    Picture books, board books, chapter books, pop-ups and other mechanic styles of books present a solid picture of how the development of...

  • 72 Hour Study Break

    In need of a study break? Come to the Trotter to relax, release, and regroup!...

  • exhibition
    Exhibition

    Letters and Leaves – Nature as Inspiration for Poetry

    An exhibit showcasing nature’s influence on and inspiration for poetry from around the world. Poems featured in the conservatory at...

  • exhibition
    Exhibition

    Exhibit: Letters & Leaves - Nature as Inspiration for Poetry

    Explore the ancient link between nature and poetry in this collaborative exhibit with U-M students, faculty, and community members. Exhibit...

  • Exhibition: Reductive Minimalism: Women Artists in Dialogue, 1960–2014

    Nearly fifty years after its heyday, Minimalism is enjoying a resurgence of critical attention, though much of the focus continues to be on...

  • Exhibition: Suspended Moments: Photographs from the David S. Rosen Collection

    Each of the works in Suspended Moments: Photographs from the David S. Rosen Collection offers insights into an interior world, most glimpsed...

  • Terra Nova II

    Artists strive for new ground, exploring the familiar and not-so-familiar in search of ways to expand themselves and their bodies of work....

  • Star Talk: The Sky Tonight Planetarium

    Bright stars, constellations, planets, and telescopic objects in the current night sky are discussed in this live "star talk." Then leave...

  • Guided Tour: Suspended Moments: Photographs from the David S. Rosen Collection

    Each of the works in Suspended Moments: Photographs from the David S. Rosen Collection offer insights into an interior world. Dr. David S....

  • The Nutcracker

    Presented by the Ann Arbor Ballet Theatre/CAS Ballet Theatre School.

  • Dinosaur Tour!

    Free docent-led tours of the dinosaur exhibits every Saturday and Sunday at 2 p.m. for the first 15 people to sign up. Sign up at the host...

  • The Evolution of Whales - A Hands on Demonstration!

    In this demonstration, dive deep into the history of whales. Explore some of the earliest known whales! Look at how whales have adapted to...

  • Star Talk: The Sky Tonight Planetarium

    Bright stars, constellations, planets, and telescopic objects in the current night sky are discussed in this live "star talk." Then leave...

  • exhibition
    Performance

    Holiday Figure Skating Exhibition

    The Figure Skating Club at the University of Michigan and the University of Michigan Synchronized Skating Team will be skating in a holiday...

  • The Lone Bellow w/sg Robert Ellis

    When songwriter Zach Williams met guitarist and fellow Southerner Brian Elmquist and vocalist Kanene Pipkin at Dizzy's Diner in Brooklyn for...

  • December 15th, 2014

  • Insanity with REVIVE

    Are you up to the challenge? Join REVIVE as we take part in tackling the Insanity Workout! We will be in the CCRB everday! Can't make it...

  • exhibition
    Other

    MTango Beginners Series

    MTango is a student organization dedicated to spreading the joy of Argentine tango in the University of Michigan community and beyond. We...

  • D-SIP: U-M Paid Internship

    Join a diverse community of undergraduates taking advantage of University of Michigan's unique, 12-week paid development internship. Each...

  • Juried Art Competition

    The Juried Art Competition is an annual art exhibit put on by the University of Michigan's Center for Campus Involvement in mid-January in...

  • Gifts of Art presents Chasing the Cherubim: Snowflake Paper Cuttings

    Dr. Thomas L. Clark

    This year’s exhibition of Dr. Thomas L. Clark’s exquisite, hand-cut paper creations highlights work from his two collections, “Chasing...

  • Gifts of Art presents The Motion of Standing Still: Porcelain Teapots

    Mikey McGhee

    Mikey McGhee pushes the familiar medium of the teapot to its limits by sculpting asymmetrical, gravity-defying works that play with...

  • Gifts of Art presents Junior Duck Stamps: Colored Pencil & More

    Michigan & Ohio Student Artists

    The US Fish & Wildlife Service’s Junior Duck Stamp Conservation and Design Program is a dynamic art and science program that teaches...

  • Gifts of Art presents Folk Art Wood Carvings

    Marlene Dusbiber

    Marlene Dusbiber is a self-taught folk art woodcarver who has been carving since 1985. She lives in a reproduction timber frame saltbox...

  • Gifts of Art presents Woodland Seasons: Acrylic on Canvas

    Elizabeth Schwartz

    Following a successful career as an attorney and administrative law judge, Elizabeth Schwartz turned to painting in 1990 and soon received...

  • Gifts of Art presents The Art of Gesture: Watercolor & Sumi

    Jean L. Thomson

    For Jean L. Thomson, watercolor in any form comes from both a love of nature and a desire for self-expression. Chinese Sumi painting...

  • Gifts of Art presents Sterling Characters: Silver Jewelry

    Betsy Lehndorff

    In 2008, Betsy Lehndorff began studying silversmithing at a local recreation center in Colorado. She had a sock full of silver dimes and...

  • Gifts of Art presents Michigan Life: Watercolor

    LeAnne Mawby Sowa

    LeAnne Mawby Sowa is a west Michigan artist who paints with an appreciation of history and love of the Great Lakes. Her lighthouses and...

  • Diary of a Teenage Girl: Pop-Up Exhibition by Phoebe Gloeckner

    We are thrilled to introduce our exciting new Pop-Up exhibition series in the Osterman Common Room (#1022) featuring short (approx. 2 weeks)...

  • Eleven Years: An Exhibition by Jen Davis

    This exhibition represents a series of self- portraits created over eleven years, chronicling the artist’s relationship to her body and...

  • Planes and Trains and Things that Go!

    Picture books, board books, chapter books, pop-ups and other mechanic styles of books present a solid picture of how the development of...

  • 72 Hour Study Break

    In need of a study break? Come to the Trotter to relax, release, and regroup!...

  • exhibition
    Exhibition

    Letters and Leaves – Nature as Inspiration for Poetry

    An exhibit showcasing nature’s influence on and inspiration for poetry from around the world. Poems featured in the conservatory at...

  • Nicholas Delbanco: A Literary Life

    This exhibit, drawn from the papers of teacher and author Nicholas Delbanco, Robert Frost Distinguished University Professor of English...

  • U-M Library Used Book Sale

    The University Library is selling several thousand gently used books, including duplicate or superseded titles and other books not needed...

  • exhibition
    Exhibition

    Exhibit: Letters & Leaves - Nature as Inspiration for Poetry

    Explore the ancient link between nature and poetry in this collaborative exhibit with U-M students, faculty, and community members. Exhibit...

  • Exhibition: Reductive Minimalism: Women Artists in Dialogue, 1960–2014

    Nearly fifty years after its heyday, Minimalism is enjoying a resurgence of critical attention, though much of the focus continues to be on...

  • Exhibition: Suspended Moments: Photographs from the David S. Rosen Collection

    Each of the works in Suspended Moments: Photographs from the David S. Rosen Collection offers insights into an interior world, most glimpsed...

  • Terra Nova II

    Artists strive for new ground, exploring the familiar and not-so-familiar in search of ways to expand themselves and their bodies of work....

  • Positive Links Speaker Series

    Amy Wrzesniewski presents Engage in Job Crafting

    The Positive Links Speaker Series 2014-15 season features contributing authors of "How To Be a Positive Leader: Small Actions, Big Impact."...

  • Zumba @ The Trotter

    Express Yourself, Let's Dance! Come to the Trotter for FREE Zumba Fitness sessions for the whole semester! Sessions will be held every...

  • Josh Shilling & Tim Shelton Perform Christmas Classics

    Among all the bluegrass artists who have played The Ark in recent years, Josh Shilling of Mountain Heart and Tim Shelton of NewFound Road...

  • December 16th, 2014

  • Insanity with REVIVE

    Are you up to the challenge? Join REVIVE as we take part in tackling the Insanity Workout! We will be in the CCRB everday! Can't make it...

  • exhibition
    Other

    MTango Beginners Series

    MTango is a student organization dedicated to spreading the joy of Argentine tango in the University of Michigan community and beyond. We...

  • D-SIP: U-M Paid Internship

    Join a diverse community of undergraduates taking advantage of University of Michigan's unique, 12-week paid development internship. Each...

  • Juried Art Competition

    The Juried Art Competition is an annual art exhibit put on by the University of Michigan's Center for Campus Involvement in mid-January in...

  • Gifts of Art presents Chasing the Cherubim: Snowflake Paper Cuttings

    Dr. Thomas L. Clark

    This year’s exhibition of Dr. Thomas L. Clark’s exquisite, hand-cut paper creations highlights work from his two collections, “Chasing...

  • Gifts of Art presents The Motion of Standing Still: Porcelain Teapots

    Mikey McGhee

    Mikey McGhee pushes the familiar medium of the teapot to its limits by sculpting asymmetrical, gravity-defying works that play with...

  • Gifts of Art presents Junior Duck Stamps: Colored Pencil & More

    Michigan & Ohio Student Artists

    The US Fish & Wildlife Service’s Junior Duck Stamp Conservation and Design Program is a dynamic art and science program that teaches...

  • Gifts of Art presents Folk Art Wood Carvings

    Marlene Dusbiber

    Marlene Dusbiber is a self-taught folk art woodcarver who has been carving since 1985. She lives in a reproduction timber frame saltbox...

  • Gifts of Art presents Woodland Seasons: Acrylic on Canvas

    Elizabeth Schwartz

    Following a successful career as an attorney and administrative law judge, Elizabeth Schwartz turned to painting in 1990 and soon received...

  • Gifts of Art presents The Art of Gesture: Watercolor & Sumi

    Jean L. Thomson

    For Jean L. Thomson, watercolor in any form comes from both a love of nature and a desire for self-expression. Chinese Sumi painting...

  • Gifts of Art presents Sterling Characters: Silver Jewelry

    Betsy Lehndorff

    In 2008, Betsy Lehndorff began studying silversmithing at a local recreation center in Colorado. She had a sock full of silver dimes and...

  • Gifts of Art presents Michigan Life: Watercolor

    LeAnne Mawby Sowa

    LeAnne Mawby Sowa is a west Michigan artist who paints with an appreciation of history and love of the Great Lakes. Her lighthouses and...

  • Diary of a Teenage Girl: Pop-Up Exhibition by Phoebe Gloeckner

    We are thrilled to introduce our exciting new Pop-Up exhibition series in the Osterman Common Room (#1022) featuring short (approx. 2 weeks)...

  • Eleven Years: An Exhibition by Jen Davis

    This exhibition represents a series of self- portraits created over eleven years, chronicling the artist’s relationship to her body and...

  • Planes and Trains and Things that Go!

    Picture books, board books, chapter books, pop-ups and other mechanic styles of books present a solid picture of how the development of...

  • exhibition
    Exhibition

    Letters and Leaves – Nature as Inspiration for Poetry

    An exhibit showcasing nature’s influence on and inspiration for poetry from around the world. Poems featured in the conservatory at...

  • Nicholas Delbanco: A Literary Life

    This exhibit, drawn from the papers of teacher and author Nicholas Delbanco, Robert Frost Distinguished University Professor of English...

  • exhibition
    Exhibition

    Exhibit: Letters & Leaves - Nature as Inspiration for Poetry

    Explore the ancient link between nature and poetry in this collaborative exhibit with U-M students, faculty, and community members. Exhibit...

  • Exhibition: Reductive Minimalism: Women Artists in Dialogue, 1960–2014

    Nearly fifty years after its heyday, Minimalism is enjoying a resurgence of critical attention, though much of the focus continues to be on...

  • Exhibition: Suspended Moments: Photographs from the David S. Rosen Collection

    Each of the works in Suspended Moments: Photographs from the David S. Rosen Collection offers insights into an interior world, most glimpsed...

  • Women's History Exhibit

    The Center for Campus Involvement and the Michigan League will be hosting a Women's History Month exhibit in March at the Michigan League....

  • exhibition
    Lecture / Discussion

    Department of Biological Chemistry Seminar Series

    Dr. Jochen Zimmer (University of VIrginia) will be presenting a seminar on Tuesday, December 16th at 12:00 noon in North Lecture Hall, MS...

  • exhibition
    Lecture / Discussion

    Hearing Silenced Voices in the Archive:

    Rebecca Kellogg and Mohawk heartlands after the 1704 Deerfield Raid

    Joy A.J. Howard, is an early Americanist with a literary studies background. She is a Clements Library Upton Foundation Postdoctoral Fellow...

  • Terra Nova II

    Artists strive for new ground, exploring the familiar and not-so-familiar in search of ways to expand themselves and their bodies of work....

  • exhibition
    Presentation

    Tales and Travels from Around the Globe

    Share and inspire us with your travels for this annual Huron Valley Group program. Send a Powerpoint presentation or 10-15 digital photos to...

  • Trinidad Tripoli Steel Band

    What could be better, just as the weather in Michigan turns ugly, than to celebrate the season tropical-style with the exuberant sounds of...

  • December 17th, 2014

  • Insanity with REVIVE

    Are you up to the challenge? Join REVIVE as we take part in tackling the Insanity Workout! We will be in the CCRB everday! Can't make it...

  • exhibition
    Other

    MTango Beginners Series

    MTango is a student organization dedicated to spreading the joy of Argentine tango in the University of Michigan community and beyond. We...

  • D-SIP: U-M Paid Internship

    Join a diverse community of undergraduates taking advantage of University of Michigan's unique, 12-week paid development internship. Each...

  • Juried Art Competition

    The Juried Art Competition is an annual art exhibit put on by the University of Michigan's Center for Campus Involvement in mid-January in...

  • Women's History Exhibit

    The Center for Campus Involvement and the Michigan League will be hosting a Women's History Month exhibit in March at the Michigan League....

  • Women's History Month Exhibit

    The Center for Campus Involvement and the Michigan League will be hosting a Women's History Month exhibit in March at the Michigan League....

  • Gifts of Art presents Chasing the Cherubim: Snowflake Paper Cuttings

    Dr. Thomas L. Clark

    This year’s exhibition of Dr. Thomas L. Clark’s exquisite, hand-cut paper creations highlights work from his two collections, “Chasing...

  • Gifts of Art presents The Motion of Standing Still: Porcelain Teapots

    Mikey McGhee

    Mikey McGhee pushes the familiar medium of the teapot to its limits by sculpting asymmetrical, gravity-defying works that play with...

  • Gifts of Art presents Junior Duck Stamps: Colored Pencil & More

    Michigan & Ohio Student Artists

    The US Fish & Wildlife Service’s Junior Duck Stamp Conservation and Design Program is a dynamic art and science program that teaches...

  • Gifts of Art presents Folk Art Wood Carvings

    Marlene Dusbiber

    Marlene Dusbiber is a self-taught folk art woodcarver who has been carving since 1985. She lives in a reproduction timber frame saltbox...

  • Gifts of Art presents Woodland Seasons: Acrylic on Canvas

    Elizabeth Schwartz

    Following a successful career as an attorney and administrative law judge, Elizabeth Schwartz turned to painting in 1990 and soon received...

  • Gifts of Art presents The Art of Gesture: Watercolor & Sumi

    Jean L. Thomson

    For Jean L. Thomson, watercolor in any form comes from both a love of nature and a desire for self-expression. Chinese Sumi painting...

  • Gifts of Art presents Sterling Characters: Silver Jewelry

    Betsy Lehndorff

    In 2008, Betsy Lehndorff began studying silversmithing at a local recreation center in Colorado. She had a sock full of silver dimes and...

  • Gifts of Art presents Michigan Life: Watercolor

    LeAnne Mawby Sowa

    LeAnne Mawby Sowa is a west Michigan artist who paints with an appreciation of history and love of the Great Lakes. Her lighthouses and...

  • Diary of a Teenage Girl: Pop-Up Exhibition by Phoebe Gloeckner

    We are thrilled to introduce our exciting new Pop-Up exhibition series in the Osterman Common Room (#1022) featuring short (approx. 2 weeks)...

  • Eleven Years: An Exhibition by Jen Davis

    This exhibition represents a series of self- portraits created over eleven years, chronicling the artist’s relationship to her body and...

  • Planes and Trains and Things that Go!

    Picture books, board books, chapter books, pop-ups and other mechanic styles of books present a solid picture of how the development of...

  • exhibition
    Exhibition

    Letters and Leaves – Nature as Inspiration for Poetry

    An exhibit showcasing nature’s influence on and inspiration for poetry from around the world. Poems featured in the conservatory at...

  • Nicholas Delbanco: A Literary Life

    This exhibit, drawn from the papers of teacher and author Nicholas Delbanco, Robert Frost Distinguished University Professor of English...

  • Canadian Rockies, Glacier NP, Calgary Stampede meeting

    Additional information today

    Join us as we unveil a special new offering, "OLLI Out of Town"--a Learning Through Travel program created specifically for OLLI members...

  • exhibition
    Exhibition

    Exhibit: Letters & Leaves - Nature as Inspiration for Poetry

    Explore the ancient link between nature and poetry in this collaborative exhibit with U-M students, faculty, and community members. Exhibit...

  • Exhibition: Reductive Minimalism: Women Artists in Dialogue, 1960–2014

    Nearly fifty years after its heyday, Minimalism is enjoying a resurgence of critical attention, though much of the focus continues to be on...

  • Exhibition: Suspended Moments: Photographs from the David S. Rosen Collection

    Each of the works in Suspended Moments: Photographs from the David S. Rosen Collection offers insights into an interior world, most glimpsed...

  • Terra Nova II

    Artists strive for new ground, exploring the familiar and not-so-familiar in search of ways to expand themselves and their bodies of work....

  • Zumba @ The Trotter

    Express Yourself, Let's Dance! Come to the Trotter for FREE Zumba Fitness sessions for the whole semester! Sessions will be held every...

  • Swing Ann Arbor Social Dance

    Swing Ann Arbor Social Dance! Free lesson at 8 pm! Free dancing for students at 9 PM!  Blues dancing at Silvio's Pizza afterward from 11...

  • Delbert McClinton

    Delbert McClinton grew up singing and playing in the gutbucket clubs of Fort Worth, and in a sense he's never left. He still has a voice...

  • December 18th, 2014

  • Insanity with REVIVE

    Are you up to the challenge? Join REVIVE as we take part in tackling the Insanity Workout! We will be in the CCRB everday! Can't make it...

  • exhibition
    Other

    MTango Beginners Series

    MTango is a student organization dedicated to spreading the joy of Argentine tango in the University of Michigan community and beyond. We...

  • D-SIP: U-M Paid Internship

    Join a diverse community of undergraduates taking advantage of University of Michigan's unique, 12-week paid development internship. Each...

  • Juried Art Competition

    The Juried Art Competition is an annual art exhibit put on by the University of Michigan's Center for Campus Involvement in mid-January in...

  • Women's History Exhibit

    The Center for Campus Involvement and the Michigan League will be hosting a Women's History Month exhibit in March at the Michigan League....

  • Women's History Month Exhibit

    The Center for Campus Involvement and the Michigan League will be hosting a Women's History Month exhibit in March at the Michigan League....

  • Gifts of Art presents Chasing the Cherubim: Snowflake Paper Cuttings

    Dr. Thomas L. Clark

    This year’s exhibition of Dr. Thomas L. Clark’s exquisite, hand-cut paper creations highlights work from his two collections, “Chasing...

  • Gifts of Art presents The Motion of Standing Still: Porcelain Teapots

    Mikey McGhee

    Mikey McGhee pushes the familiar medium of the teapot to its limits by sculpting asymmetrical, gravity-defying works that play with...

  • Gifts of Art presents Junior Duck Stamps: Colored Pencil & More

    Michigan & Ohio Student Artists

    The US Fish & Wildlife Service’s Junior Duck Stamp Conservation and Design Program is a dynamic art and science program that teaches...

  • Gifts of Art presents Folk Art Wood Carvings

    Marlene Dusbiber

    Marlene Dusbiber is a self-taught folk art woodcarver who has been carving since 1985. She lives in a reproduction timber frame saltbox...

  • Gifts of Art presents Woodland Seasons: Acrylic on Canvas

    Elizabeth Schwartz

    Following a successful career as an attorney and administrative law judge, Elizabeth Schwartz turned to painting in 1990 and soon received...

  • Gifts of Art presents The Art of Gesture: Watercolor & Sumi

    Jean L. Thomson

    For Jean L. Thomson, watercolor in any form comes from both a love of nature and a desire for self-expression. Chinese Sumi painting...

  • Gifts of Art presents Sterling Characters: Silver Jewelry

    Betsy Lehndorff

    In 2008, Betsy Lehndorff began studying silversmithing at a local recreation center in Colorado. She had a sock full of silver dimes and...

  • Gifts of Art presents Michigan Life: Watercolor

    LeAnne Mawby Sowa

    LeAnne Mawby Sowa is a west Michigan artist who paints with an appreciation of history and love of the Great Lakes. Her lighthouses and...

  • Diary of a Teenage Girl: Pop-Up Exhibition by Phoebe Gloeckner

    We are thrilled to introduce our exciting new Pop-Up exhibition series in the Osterman Common Room (#1022) featuring short (approx. 2 weeks)...

  • Eleven Years: An Exhibition by Jen Davis

    This exhibition represents a series of self- portraits created over eleven years, chronicling the artist’s relationship to her body and...

  • Planes and Trains and Things that Go!

    Picture books, board books, chapter books, pop-ups and other mechanic styles of books present a solid picture of how the development of...

  • exhibition
    Exhibition

    Letters and Leaves – Nature as Inspiration for Poetry

    An exhibit showcasing nature’s influence on and inspiration for poetry from around the world. Poems featured in the conservatory at...

  • Nicholas Delbanco: A Literary Life

    This exhibit, drawn from the papers of teacher and author Nicholas Delbanco, Robert Frost Distinguished University Professor of English...

  • exhibition
    Exhibition

    Exhibit: Letters & Leaves - Nature as Inspiration for Poetry

    Explore the ancient link between nature and poetry in this collaborative exhibit with U-M students, faculty, and community members. Exhibit...

  • Exhibition: Reductive Minimalism: Women Artists in Dialogue, 1960–2014

    Nearly fifty years after its heyday, Minimalism is enjoying a resurgence of critical attention, though much of the focus continues to be on...

  • Exhibition: Suspended Moments: Photographs from the David S. Rosen Collection

    Each of the works in Suspended Moments: Photographs from the David S. Rosen Collection offers insights into an interior world, most glimpsed...

  • Terra Nova II

    Artists strive for new ground, exploring the familiar and not-so-familiar in search of ways to expand themselves and their bodies of work....

  • Gifts of Art presents Klezmer Music

    Klezmephonic

    Rollicking freylakhs, sweet cradle songs, and hot American vaudeville tunes are brought to life by the Ann Arbor-based band Klezmephonic....

  • English Conversation Group for International Scholars

    This series is designed to meet the needs of international scholars at U-M. Each session features a different topic and you can attend as...

  • Adam Plomaritas/Jason Dennie w/Thunderwüde

    Ypsilanti songwriter Adam Plomaritas draws on the words of John Coltrane to describe his own art: "My music is the spiritual expression of...

  • December 19th, 2014

  • Insanity with REVIVE

    Are you up to the challenge? Join REVIVE as we take part in tackling the Insanity Workout! We will be in the CCRB everday! Can't make it...

  • exhibition
    Other

    MTango Beginners Series

    MTango is a student organization dedicated to spreading the joy of Argentine tango in the University of Michigan community and beyond. We...

  • D-SIP: U-M Paid Internship

    Join a diverse community of undergraduates taking advantage of University of Michigan's unique, 12-week paid development internship. Each...

  • Juried Art Competition

    The Juried Art Competition is an annual art exhibit put on by the University of Michigan's Center for Campus Involvement in mid-January in...

  • Women's History Exhibit

    The Center for Campus Involvement and the Michigan League will be hosting a Women's History Month exhibit in March at the Michigan League....

  • Women's History Month Exhibit

    The Center for Campus Involvement and the Michigan League will be hosting a Women's History Month exhibit in March at the Michigan League....

  • Gifts of Art presents Chasing the Cherubim: Snowflake Paper Cuttings

    Dr. Thomas L. Clark

    This year’s exhibition of Dr. Thomas L. Clark’s exquisite, hand-cut paper creations highlights work from his two collections, “Chasing...

  • Gifts of Art presents The Motion of Standing Still: Porcelain Teapots

    Mikey McGhee

    Mikey McGhee pushes the familiar medium of the teapot to its limits by sculpting asymmetrical, gravity-defying works that play with...

  • Gifts of Art presents Junior Duck Stamps: Colored Pencil & More

    Michigan & Ohio Student Artists

    The US Fish & Wildlife Service’s Junior Duck Stamp Conservation and Design Program is a dynamic art and science program that teaches...

  • Gifts of Art presents Folk Art Wood Carvings

    Marlene Dusbiber

    Marlene Dusbiber is a self-taught folk art woodcarver who has been carving since 1985. She lives in a reproduction timber frame saltbox...

  • Gifts of Art presents Woodland Seasons: Acrylic on Canvas

    Elizabeth Schwartz

    Following a successful career as an attorney and administrative law judge, Elizabeth Schwartz turned to painting in 1990 and soon received...

  • Gifts of Art presents The Art of Gesture: Watercolor & Sumi

    Jean L. Thomson

    For Jean L. Thomson, watercolor in any form comes from both a love of nature and a desire for self-expression. Chinese Sumi painting...

  • Gifts of Art presents Sterling Characters: Silver Jewelry

    Betsy Lehndorff

    In 2008, Betsy Lehndorff began studying silversmithing at a local recreation center in Colorado. She had a sock full of silver dimes and...

  • Gifts of Art presents Michigan Life: Watercolor

    LeAnne Mawby Sowa

    LeAnne Mawby Sowa is a west Michigan artist who paints with an appreciation of history and love of the Great Lakes. Her lighthouses and...

  • Diary of a Teenage Girl: Pop-Up Exhibition by Phoebe Gloeckner

    We are thrilled to introduce our exciting new Pop-Up exhibition series in the Osterman Common Room (#1022) featuring short (approx. 2 weeks)...

  • Eleven Years: An Exhibition by Jen Davis

    This exhibition represents a series of self- portraits created over eleven years, chronicling the artist’s relationship to her body and...

  • Planes and Trains and Things that Go!

    Picture books, board books, chapter books, pop-ups and other mechanic styles of books present a solid picture of how the development of...

  • exhibition
    Exhibition

    Letters and Leaves – Nature as Inspiration for Poetry

    An exhibit showcasing nature’s influence on and inspiration for poetry from around the world. Poems featured in the conservatory at...

  • Nicholas Delbanco: A Literary Life

    This exhibit, drawn from the papers of teacher and author Nicholas Delbanco, Robert Frost Distinguished University Professor of English...

  • exhibition
    Exhibition

    Exhibit: Letters & Leaves - Nature as Inspiration for Poetry

    Explore the ancient link between nature and poetry in this collaborative exhibit with U-M students, faculty, and community members. Exhibit...

  • Exhibition: Reductive Minimalism: Women Artists in Dialogue, 1960–2014

    Nearly fifty years after its heyday, Minimalism is enjoying a resurgence of critical attention, though much of the focus continues to be on...

  • Exhibition: Suspended Moments: Photographs from the David S. Rosen Collection

    Each of the works in Suspended Moments: Photographs from the David S. Rosen Collection offers insights into an interior world, most glimpsed...

  • Terra Nova II

    Artists strive for new ground, exploring the familiar and not-so-familiar in search of ways to expand themselves and their bodies of work....

  • Zumba @ The Trotter

    Express Yourself, Let's Dance! Come to the Trotter for FREE Zumba Fitness sessions for the whole semester! Sessions will be held every...

  • exhibition
    Class / Instruction

    MTango Beginners Series

    MTango is a student organization dedicated to spreading the joy of Argentine tango in the University of Michigan community and beyond. We...

  • December 20th, 2014

  • Insanity with REVIVE

    Are you up to the challenge? Join REVIVE as we take part in tackling the Insanity Workout! We will be in the CCRB everday! Can't make it...

  • exhibition
    Other

    MTango Beginners Series

    MTango is a student organization dedicated to spreading the joy of Argentine tango in the University of Michigan community and beyond. We...

  • D-SIP: U-M Paid Internship

    Join a diverse community of undergraduates taking advantage of University of Michigan's unique, 12-week paid development internship. Each...

  • Juried Art Competition

    The Juried Art Competition is an annual art exhibit put on by the University of Michigan's Center for Campus Involvement in mid-January in...

  • Women's History Exhibit

    The Center for Campus Involvement and the Michigan League will be hosting a Women's History Month exhibit in March at the Michigan League....

  • Women's History Month Exhibit

    The Center for Campus Involvement and the Michigan League will be hosting a Women's History Month exhibit in March at the Michigan League....