Cannupa Hanska Luger, Hamza Walker, Roberto Lugo, Ghada Amer, Norman Teague, Risa Puleo, Yolande Daniels, Andrianna Campbell-LaFleur, and Yuri Suzuki are speaking in this free public series.
The Detroit-based nonbinary artist breathes new life into customs and traditions, giving them a space to grow with the diaspora.
Reparations of the Heart prompts the question: Where would diaspora Armenians and other SWANA communities be if the Armenian Genocide had never happened?
Creating an art prize and traveling exhibition featuring women artists is not for the faint of heart.
With screenings and programs both online and in person, the oldest avant-garde and experimental film festival in North America opens March 21.
Dahlia Elsayed and Andrew Haik Demirjian imagine “Mustaqbaaaahpolis” as a city free from “extraction, time scarcity, and exploitation.”
An exhibition on view at Detroit’s Henry Ford Museum features 7,000 Christmas ornaments, from the traditionally festive to the deeply bizarre.
This top-ranked, highly selective graduate program supports its students as they pursue diverse creative practices.
Wendy Halsted Beard defrauded her clients of over 100 photographs, including works by Ansel Adams, and targeted elderly collectors.
These virtual talks will share details on the MFA and M.Arch programs, alumni experiences, financial aid and fellowships, student life, and more.
In a missive to the American Alliance of Museums, the nonprofit legal organization Whistleblower Aid said the museum does not meet criteria for accreditation, citing “race- and gender-based hiring” and a culture of retaliation, among other issues.
After two years of online-only festivals, the AAFF will return to the Michigan Theater in Downtown Ann Arbor from March 22 to 27.