Lake Effects: Impact Beyond the Shore

Impact Beyond the Shore Poster
Great Lakes Themed Photo ExhibitionFeaturing the work of John Sullivan and Zach HaslickFebruary 18 -28, 2020Duderstadt Center Gallery The Great Lakes are about far more than fresh water and spectacular scenery. Join us in exploring the social, political, and environmental

And We Look On

And We Look On Video Poster
Thursday, February 27 & 28, 2020 7:00 pm Duderstadt Center Video Studio AND WE LOOK ON is an interdisciplinary performance piece that uses dance, theatre, puppetry, and music to celebrate the world’s natural landscapes and examine the deterioration happening right


Babeworld Production Poster
Thursday, March 12, 20207:30 pmDuderstadt Center Video Studio Justine (electroacoustic flute) and Cameron (percussion) traverse a world of their own making in BabeWorld. A whimsical piece that explores fantasy, fun, and storytelling through original music and interactive motion tracking projection

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

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


Migrare Dance Performance poster
Friday, March 20, 20208:00 p.m.Duderstadt Center Video Studio Migrare is an interdisciplinary and international dance and videography performance that explores the ways refugee and immigrant dance artists are creating work in response to the political situations in their native countries,