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“Offerings” by EMU fine arts senior, Nichole Klein is on display in the Student Art Gallery, room 236. Managed by the Intermedia Gallery Group, Klein’s artwork was selected by the group because it fitted their criteria of artistic excellence, diversity of aesthetics, and attention to social and cultural contexts, as stated on their website.
In time for Halloween,“Macbeth”, written by British playwright, William Shakespeare, will be performed at Eastern Michigan University’s Quick Theatre. The play is gory tale set in the 11th century about a brutal warrior name Macbeth and his wife whose ambitions for royalty leads to bloody consequences. Lee Stille is the director.
Nature, literature and history are what visitors to Ypsilanti’s District Library can expect when they enter into the story and art of landscape painter, Thomas Cole. In the library’s newest exhibit, Wild Lands: The Birth of American Landscape Painting, is currently on display until May 25.
Eastern Michigan University’s Theatre Department will be performing Richard Bean’s slapstick comedy, One Man, Two Govnors this weekend in the Quirk Theatre.
Eastern Michigan University’s retention and degree program, SisterHOOD (Helping Others Obtain Degrees) hosted a panel of four influential women of color who talked leadership strategies and solidarity to a room of about 30 women of color, Thursday night in McKenny Hall.
The creative thoughts of Eastern Michigan University students formed in the Theatre Department’s student-written and student-directed One-Act Festival in the Frank Ross Laboratory Theatre this week.
Chris Reilly, the Foundations professor at Eastern Michigan University’s Art and Design Department, and his Intro to Two-Base Media class were in for a challenging and fun experience as they were asked to decorate the lobby for the 54th Ann Arbor Film Festival in the Michigan Theater.
Bombs explode and sirens blare as a young girl runs into an abandoned house to take shelter away from the war-torn world around her. Alone and scared, the girl named Young Girl, finds a doll amongst the objects left behind. With the appearance of the doll, the magical story of Lily Plants a Garden comes to life.
Humans have been creating utilitarian ceramics for thousands of years. The new exhibit “…After All These Years” displays the work of 40 U.S. potters who bring to light the history and commitment of making ceramic work within utility.
As a part of Eastern Michigan University’s Theatre Second Stage series, planting its seeds in the Sponberg Theater this weekend is the production of Jose Cruz Gobzalez’s magical allegory Lily Plants a Garden.
Picture modern day New York City. Now, remove the humans and put together all the mammals in the world into that city. The result would look a lot like the modern mammal metropolis, Zootopia, a thriving city created by animals for animals in Disney’s newest animated feature, “Zootopia.”
Painted portraits of vaginas hung behind the dancer, Colleen Murphy, as she graced the stage with flexibility and beauty in which silenced the audience in the Student Center Auditorium earlier this month.
The art director of environments for Disney will be visiting Eastern Michigan University on Friday in the Roosevelt Hall Auditorium to give a special behind the scenes presentation for the upcoming release of the animated film, “Zootopia.”
During its membership meeting on Feb. 4 Eastern Michigan University’s Arts and Entertainment Management organization, AMP!, was given the opportunity to see the past submitted films of the Ann Arbor Film Festival and meet the Executive Director, Leslie Raymond.
The beat of an African drum echoed across Eastern Michigan’s University Park. EMU senior and political science major, Darius Simpson, was sitting in the grass in front of the lake staring at what was in front of him with a drum positioned between his legs.
Eastern Michigan University’s Theatre Department will continue its 2015-2016 main stage season with a one-week only performance of August Wilson’s Pulitzer Prize- winning play, “The Piano Lesson” opening this Wednesday in the Sponberg Theatre.
This isn’t your typical animation feature. Rated R for graphic nudity, language and for having strong sexual content, “Anomalisa” is screenwriter Charlie Kaufman’s (“Synecdoche, New York”) return to cinema. His stop-motion and Oscar-nominated masterpiece gives us a taste of what it means to be human.
A crowd of artists, cosplayers, anime lovers, gamers, and more came together at EMU’s first annual anime and gaming convention, Washi Con, in McKenny Hall this past Saturday.
Poets Kevin Killian and Wayne Koestenbaum showcased their recent visual creation of photography and painting to Eastern Michigan University students and faculty Thursday night, in the Student Center Auditorium.
The Purple Plunge held by Eastern Michigan University’s Muslim Student Association Relay for Life Team resulted in a $300 donation to the American Cancer Society.