Björn Hamberger: When science and art come together
The Detroit Science Gallery is the first U.S. representation of a global university-linked network dedicated to public outreach at the intersection of science and art. Exhibitions aim at 15- to 25-year-olds by bridging emerging scientific areas with design and technology.View story photos
Arzelia Williams: When perceptions are not reality
I soaked in the dry air, stepped into the sand and took in all the scenery of a country that has vowed to remove “impossible” from the dictionary. When I visited the United Arab Emirates, I saw these enormous skyscraper buildings that emerged from the ruins and, having read about Dubai before going there, I expected that it would be the equivalent of backpacking in the desert with the luxury of having a nice hotel room to sleep in at night.View story photos
MSU Broad Art Lab hosts programs created by community members
The Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum at MSU presents its second season of free public programming sourced from the Community Open Call initiative at the MSU Broad Art Lab. Selected by a diverse committee of community representatives, these proposals rose to the top of a large pool of applicants and will be presented to the public throughout the summer.
MSU College of Music presents Music in the Garden Concert Series
The MSU College of Music will present the Music in the Garden outdoor concert series in the W.J. Beal Botanical Garden. The series is free and open to the public.
College of Music presents the annual Muelder Carillon Summer Series
The MSU College of Music is excited to present the 23rd annual Muelder Carillon Summer Series beginning at 6 p.m. every Wednesday, rain or shine, from July 3 to July 31. Bring a picnic, chair or blanket and enjoy a free recital at the historical Beaumont Tower.View story photos
Anna Gamelo: All-around Spartan
Between interning and travelling abroad, classes and being a Big Ten student athlete, I have experienced so much during my time at Michigan State University.View story photos
The psychology of screen time
With the largest concentration of media psychologists in the world in MSU’s College of Communication Arts and Sciences, experts are working across disciplines to analyze how people interact with content, how stories impact users, and why we choose to spend time with various media. Their findings will help explain the roles, uses, and effects of media communication.View story photos
North America’s first and only Science Gallery hosts free summer-long exhibition in Detroit
Michigan State University’s Science Gallery Detroit, the first and only North American location of the global Science Gallery Network, is launching DEPTH, its premier 2019 exhibit, in partnership with the Michigan Science Center (MiSci). DEPTH will be located on the upper level of the Michigan Science Center from June 8 until August 17, 2019. The exhibition is free to the public and includes free general admission to Michigan Science Center.
MSU Theatre's Summer Circle season announced
Since 1960, the MSU Department of Theatre has heralded the unofficial start of summer with its Summer Circle Theatre program by using the talents of MSU students, professional artists and community members to offer free theater to mid-Michigan audiences. This year’s theme, Laughing Matters,is devoted to comedy in its many forms including spoof, comedy of manners and commedia dell’arte.View story photos
MSU Broad new exhibition spotlights conceptualism in Latin America
The MSU Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum, or MSU Broad, introduces a new exhibition “The Edge of Things: Dissident Art Under Repressive Regimes,” on view beginning June 1.View story photos