Our student bloggers review arts events and discuss the local arts scene.
See weekly posts from our students writers and artists illuminating their thoughts and experiences with the arts!
Arts at Michigan is dedicated to providing a platform for University of Michigan
students to share their artistic voice and creativity. Share Your Genius is a suite
of programs meant to showcase those voices and visions. A few of the programs are
displayed here, and more can be found through the link below.
Each week we feature a Haiku of The Week in our newsletter.
Here are the past haikus we’ve featured, written by the Michigan community.
Want to share your own poetic genius? Submit a haiku to email@example.com.
It's easy - 5 syllables, then 7, then 5!.
Arts at Michigan believes there is an artist inside each of us. The As I See It Competitions are your
opportunity to share your artistic genius! Competitions will be held periodically throughout the year, with different themes and mediums
for each round. Submissions are narrowed down by staff, and then the finalists are voted on by the public in the Unions and by the
U-M Community online. Winners get great prizes, so be sure you’re signed up for Arts Info, our weekly newsletter, so you’ll hear about our
future contests and opportunities.
Arts at Michigan and ArtsEngine hold an annual Science as Art exhibition, featuring student artwork inspired by and demonstrating scientific ideas and principles. Awards are given out for Best in Show and a range of other categories across a wide range of media.
It's searchable by date, time and genre (music, dance, theatre, visual arts,
and more), so you can view the events of interest to you and plan out your schedule.
Our database also contains opportunities for students to audition and submit work to
University and community organizations alike.
Live in Color (LIC) is a student run organization dedicated to boosting the morale and environment around campus through painting murals. LIC wants to bring an atmosphere of happiness to campus though color and design. There is much evidence implying that color can boost happiness, morale, and mood while decreasing depression. Their mission is to strive for these changes through art.
Many of the pages on our site feature photography from students and alumni from the university. We change the
photographs and designs periodically and submissions are welcome.
Visit U-M's Arts & Culture website to keep up with the latest arts news, and to explore the University's museums, cultural attractions, performance venues, public art, and more.
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Arts Info is Arts at Michigan’s weekly newsletter for anyone interested in the arts! It includes events, exhibits, calls, advocacy, contests, and other interesting arts information.