Contributors to the ceramics and metal workshops, the Dean of Fine Arts and even President Stewart’s dog were in attendance for the Feb. 14 dedication of the new 3-D arts building, a featured event in Issue 12.Read More
Festival tents were spread throughout the different streets and front lawns of this neighborhood in a big loop. In the center of the activity lay a long field. Festival goers spread blankets and ate lunch at the food stands that lined the back side of the field.Read More
Cynthia MacCrae is completing a career milestone by performing all of Beethoven’s 32 sonatas in a series of 10 recitals at LeBaron Recital Hall.Read More
The exhibition highlights Civil Rights photos taken by the late James “Spider” Martin and UM alum Jonathan Purvis. There is a lecture/panel discussion on photography and the Civil Rights Movement scheduled for Wednesday, Oct. 16.Read More
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