North Campus Deans’ MLK Spirit Awards

MLK Spirit Awards Graphic
In honor of the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., today we celebrate not only his leadership in advancing civil rights, but also the members of the North Campus community who work to achieve social and racial justice.   For many of our community members this is lifelong work. For

Melissa Coppola: “Lights in the Sky”

Students playing piano in front of big screen showing the Milky Way Galaxy
Melissa Coppola’s doctoral thesis “Lights in Sky”, a multimedia concert inspired by the cosmos, premiered Sunday, July 11, 2021, 2:30 PM at the Stamps Auditorium, Penny Stamps School of Art and Design on the U-M Ann Arbor Campus “In March 2020, COVID-19 forced me to cancel a space-inspired performance at

MDP Hammond Organ Project

Picture of an Organ Instrument
Students on the ArtsEngine Hammond Organ Project will create a media-integrative 21st century expressive instrument by re-imagining and re-designing a vintage analog musical instrument – a Hammond M3 organ. This project is in collaboration with the Duderstadt Center and the Multidisciplinary Design Program. Meet the team and see the work

Meet the Microbes – a Zoom Webinar

Microbial Masterpieces - Piece from the Gallery
While many of us have been hunkered down at home, weird and wonderful microbes have been growing in our gallery! Next week, the Microbial Masterpieces team would like to introduce you to them and why this matters to you, and to the planet! You are invited to a Zoom webinar

Microbial Masterpieces

Image of a Winogradsky column created for the exhibit Microbial Masterpieces - awarded a 2020 Experiments In Translation Grant
“Microbial Masterpieces”, the recipient project of the 2020 Experiments in Translation Grant, is a project devoted to helping people understand the importance of the microbial world through art and science communication.   Winogradsky Panel The project began with the construction a giant Winogradsky panel, an apparatus for culturing diverse communities of