Submit an event›

Student Events

How can we support your org?

Arts at Michigan supports student arts orgs with publicity, funding, and guidance in their important role in the Michigan arts community! The student arts HUB is designed to help make those connections happen. Tell us how we can help you!

Learn More

Student Arts Funding

Arts at Michigan provides the first funding program at the U-M dedicated to supporting undergraduate initiatives in the arts. Student Mini-Grants funding supports arts and cultural projects that have a significant impact on campus life. See if your upcoming project would qualify and apply here!

Learn More

Find a Student Org to join

Want to sing? Or learn to dance? Or dicsuss films? Check out the 200+ student arts organizations in our Student Arts Org directory.

Learn more

Link of the Week

The Accolades Award for Outstanding Achievement by an EMERGING ARTS ORGANIZATION went to Art on the Diag (D/ART). D/ART's dynamic public art has allowed it to quickly emerge as a leader of the visual arts-based student organizations at Michigan. By installing day-long interactive installations directly onto the Diag, D/ART challenges its audiences by interrupting the assumed functions of public space. Using nontraditional materials like bubble wrap, party streamers, cement blocks, mylar, cardboard, and vinyl, D/ART forces passerby to reconsider the use of public space as a forum for interdepartmental dialogue, ecological issues, and social ills of student life. Each public artwork is completely designed, built, installed, maintained, and deinstalled by D/ART's core group of 15 students.

View View Archive

Connect with Us!

Tag us on Facebook or Twitter so we can help spread word about what your org is up to!

Facebook Twitter

Start a Student Org

Don’t see a student org that shares your interests or goals? Learn how to start your own Student Organization from the Center for Campus Involvement!

Learn more

Contact Us

T   734.764.6413

Colophon

^Move Back Up

Block M Some rights reservedThe Regents of The University of Michigan