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Presented By: University of Michigan Museum of Art (UMMA)

Curriculum / Collection 2021

<p>Shigeo Fukuda, <em>Victory (Reproduction)</em>, 1976, screenprint on paper. University of Michigan Museum of Art, Gift of the DNP Foundation for Cultural Promotion, 2017/2.86</p>
<p>Shigeo Fukuda, <em>Victory (Reproduction)</em>, 1976, screenprint on paper. University of Michigan Museum of Art, Gift of the DNP Foundation for Cultural Promotion, 2017/2.86</p>
<p>Shigeo Fukuda, <em>Victory (Reproduction)</em>, 1976, screenprint on paper. University of Michigan Museum of Art, Gift of the DNP Foundation for Cultural Promotion, 2017/2.86</p>
In Curriculum / Collection, an incredible variety of University of Michigan courses take material form. Collected for each course are objects that address the nature of reality, imagination, and vision in relation to politics, social action, science, mathematics and more. 

Working in collaboration with University faculty, the works in this exhibition were selected for their capacity to provoke engagement with the guiding questions and themes of their specific courses, while also offering students material and inspiration for research projects in their areas of study. The exhibition demonstrates some of the diverse and creative ways art plays a central role in learning across the disciplines. It also asks us to consider what we can learn from art objects across an infinite variety of specialties and subject matter.

Here you’ll be able to explore the collections designed for each course, dive into the works themselves, and hear from the professors and students about how they are engaging with art and objects in new ways. Who knows, maybe you’ll learn something surprising along the way, too.

Lead support for this exhibition is provided by the University of Michigan Office of the Provost, Erica Gervais Pappendick and Ted Pappendick, the Eleanor Noyes Crumpacker Endowment Fund, and P.J. and Julie Solit.
<p>Shigeo Fukuda, <em>Victory (Reproduction)</em>, 1976, screenprint on paper. University of Michigan Museum of Art, Gift of the DNP Foundation for Cultural Promotion, 2017/2.86</p>
<p>Shigeo Fukuda, <em>Victory (Reproduction)</em>, 1976, screenprint on paper. University of Michigan Museum of Art, Gift of the DNP Foundation for Cultural Promotion, 2017/2.86</p>
<p>Shigeo Fukuda, <em>Victory (Reproduction)</em>, 1976, screenprint on paper. University of Michigan Museum of Art, Gift of the DNP Foundation for Cultural Promotion, 2017/2.86</p>

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