Richard Tanner: Raising awareness through art
Richard Tanner was a senior studio art major when he collaborated with two Ugandan artists, Mutalib Ngomojik and Sophia Jingo, to create a 14-foot tall giraffe constructed from wire snares.View story photos
New program studies race through art
A new program on campus will introduce students to different perspectives about race by using art and design.View story photos
Matthew Hirn awarded prestigious DARPA Director’s Fellowship
Matthew Hirn, MSU assistant professor in the mathematics and computational mathematics, science and engineering departments, was awarded the Director’s Fellowship from the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency.View story photos
Alisa Hauser: Broadway Rebound
As a child, I dreamt of performing on Broadway. My dream was fulfilled by appearing in a number of Broadway shows, including the 2002 Tony Award-winning Broadway production of Thoroughly Modern Millie.View story photos
CAL students: Practicing stage management skills
Brianna Kubiak is a sophomore stage management major with a minor in arts and cultural management. Emily Toppen is a sophomore interdisciplinary humanities major with a focus in theatre, arts and cultural management, and public relations. Shelby Eppich is a junior double majoring in theatre and special education. In May, these College of Arts and Letters students practiced their stage management skills by helping out on a high-profile, high-budget New York City launch event hosted by Academy Award-winning actor Jamie Foxx.View story photos
Become a pirate printmaker
MSU and downtown East Lansing have a hip new space for the public to both admire and create art. MSU’s Broad Art Lab, just a hop, skip and jump from the Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum, is hosting a printmaking class from 2 to 5 p.m., June 16.
Casting announced for Disney's 'The Lion King'
Casting has been announced for the East Lansing engagement of Disney’s THE LION KING, which will leap onto the stage at Wharton Center for Performing Arts from Wednesday, July 11 through July 29, 2018.
MSU Broad showcases ‘David Lamelas: Fiction of a Production’
The Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum at MSU presents “David Lamelas: Fiction of a Production” from June 2 to Jan. 6.View story photos
MSU Museum appoints compliance officer and curator
John Norder has been appointed the Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act, or NAGPRA, compliance officer and curator of Native American and Indigenous Studies and Engagement at the MSU Museum.View story photos
Theater program coming to Wharton Center this summer
Take It from the Top, a series of exciting, interactive theater workshops, will be offered through the Wharton Center Institute for Arts and Creativity at MSU June 25-30.