Science Gallery Detroit receives $200,000 grant from Science Sandbox
MSU students to perform with Kyle Taylor Parker of ‘Kinky Boots’
I am a Spartan
Wharton Center announces next season's shows
Using music to combat antisemitism
Preserving. Reflecting. Healing.
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RCAH to feature ‘Ripped and Torn: Punk at the Intersection’
“Ripped and Torn,” the new exhibit at the Residential College for the Arts and Humanities LookOut! Art Gallery at MSU, explores different images from punk culture and how they have changed through time, arguing that “punk” has never been one thing.View story photos
Nancy DeJoy: The poetics of social justice
I have been making poetry since I learned how to write. Poetic language can render the everyday — even the extraordinary everyday — in ways that generate understanding from observation and feelings explored.View story photos
MSU's Science Gallery Detroit, Michigan Science Center partner to bring ‘DEPTH’ to Detroit
MSU's Science Gallery Detroit will open its second exhibition, DEPTH, on June 8 in partnership with the Michigan Science Center, or MiSci. The exhibition will be free to the public, located inside MiSci.
Dynamic chamber music ensemble coming to campus
Combining vibrant contemporary classical music with business and entrepreneurship education, the Michigan State University College of Music is proud to present Eighth Blackbird, the inaugural artist coming to campus through the college’s Entrepreneurial Musical Artist in Residence program funded by the MSU Federal Credit Union. The ensemble will perform at 7:30 p.m. April 10 at MSU’s Fairchild Theatre.View story photos
MFA Exhibition features work of 5 MSU artists
As the culmination of a three-year program through the Department of Art, Art History and Design, Master of Fine Arts, or MFA, candidates will have their work displayed at the Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum from March 23 to May 5.View story photos
Be savvy when purchasing your 'Hamilton' tickets
If you have purchased tickets to an event at Wharton Center and received your tickets only to find that you paid far above the ticket price printed on the tickets, you may have purchased your tickets from a fraudulent website. With so many high-profile and popular events coming to Wharton Center, including "Hamilton," patrons can be exploited rather easily.
‘Take it from the Top’ workshop coming to Wharton Center
Registration for “Take it from the Top,” a series of thrilling, hands-on workshops offered through Wharton Center Institute for Arts and Creativity, is now taking place. The workshop begins this summer and will take place from July 22 to 27.
See MSU’s campus in Rui Li’s visiting Chinese painting exhibit
The Visiting International Professional Program, or VIPP, is pleased to announce that Rui Li’s “I Came, I Saw, I Love MSU” art exhibition will be showcased 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. March 25-26 in the International Center, Room 201.
WKAR receives multiple awards, including TV, radio honor
WKAR was named both Michigan Public Television Station of the Year and Public Radio Group One Station of the Year for 2018 by the Michigan Association of Broadcasters at the Broadcast Excellence Awards ceremony held on March 6 at the Lansing Center.
Final play in Illuminate Series comes to Wharton
“I and You” is the final play in Wharton Center’s Illuminate Series this season and it is sure to leave audiences wanting more. The production will be presented at 8 p.m. on March 22 and 1 p.m. on March 24 in the Pasant Theatre.View story photos