Creative Process Final Projects

Creative Process (UARTS 250) is designed to give students intensive, hands-on experience, in creative work in a range of modalities:  sound, visual images & objects, movement, space, and language. The work the students produce during the semester always challenges and often astonishes them. Come and view their final projects.

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Dates
April 22nd, 2013 through April 24th, 2013
Location
Duderstadt Gallery
Event Type
Exhibit

A Date with Cavafy

Seth Anderson, In The Future I Need To Study Greek,
http://www.flickr.com/photos/swanksalot/7978372665

April 29 is the day of Greek poet Constantine Cavafy's birth (1836) AND death (1933). In celebration of his life and work we will host an "open mike" event in which faculty, students, artists, and community members are invited to offer readings from testimonies of the poet.

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Date & Time
April 29, 2013 - 4:00pm to 6:00pm
Location
Gallery, Room 100
Location Information
Event Type
Reading

Michigan Notable Books Author Tim Wendel: Summer of '68

Book cover: Summer of '68 by Tim Wendel

Tim Wendel, writer in residence at Johns Hopkins University, discusses Summer of ’68: The Season That Changed Baseball, and America, Forever. This 2013 Michigan Notable Book recounts a time marked by assassinations and political protests and a baseball season that rallied the people of riot-torn Detroit and captivated a divided n

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Date & Time
April 25, 2013 - 4:00pm to 5:30pm
Location
Gallery, Room 100
Location Information
Event Type
Reading

On View: Art and Exhibits

Join us for an evening of exhibits stretching from Hatcher Graduate Library’s Audubon Room and Gallery, through the Clark Library and into the Shapiro Undergraduate Library. The open house highlights work by U-M students as well as an exhibit focusing on the Jewish contribution to American food culture co-curated by a U-M graduate student.

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Date & Time
October 18, 2013 - 4:00pm to 6:00pm
Location
Library Gallery, Hatcher Graduate Library; Stephen S. Clark Library, Hatcher Graduate Library; Bert's Study Lounge, Shapiro Undergraduate Library
Event Type
Open House

Fatal Invention: How Science, Politics, and Big Business Recreate Race in the Twenty-First Century

Esther Simpson, Tips,
flickr.com/photos/estherase/13553883

In her book Fatal Invention: How Science, Politics, and Big Business Re-create Race in the Twenty-First Century Dr. Dorothy Roberts argues that America is once again at the brink of a virulent outbreak of classifying population by race.

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Date & Time
April 4, 2013 - 4:00pm to 5:30pm
Location
Gallery, Room 100
Location Information
Event Type
Lecture

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