The exhibition draws inspiration from Ann Arbor’s legacy of social movements and experimental art practices from the late-1950s to the 1970s as its point of departure.
The artist Joan Linder makes exhaustive, panoramic drawings of toxic and radioactive sites in the United States, gathering a record of government indifference as she goes.
Ahead of her performance there, Meredith Monk gave a lecture at the University of Michigan outlining her approach to performance as an opportunity to break out of our chaotic visual culture.
ANN ARBOR, Mich. — When it comes to creating an installation of the work of cartoonist Alison Bechdel, a curator is faced with more than the usual conundrums of what merits inclusion.
This story brings a tear to my eye: “Supporters of the campaign to recall Michigan Gov Rick Snyder are reporting they collected more than 5,000 signatures during the Ann Arbor Art Fair.”