An open mic night hosted by EMU’s Poetry Society brought the community closer together at the Riverside Arts Center
Pianist Jerry Wong performed in EMU’s Alexander Hall on Wednesday, Feb. 12. His performance received applause and a standing ovation.
On Tuesday, February 12, The EMU Jazz Ensemble played for a crowd and dedicated the music to female jazz composers.
‘North Star’ follows the journey of a young African-American girl who grows up in the south on her way to self-discovery.
The Symphony Orchestra of EMU held their concert in Pease Auditorium on Friday, February 8th. The concert was sensory-friendly, providing various accommodations.
The 4th Annual ‘Moments of Color’ was held Tuesday, February 5th, in EMU’s ballroom, bringing crowds together to learn and honor important African American figures throughout history.
The theme of “Insecurity” in Ypsilanti’s community was brought to life in the free art exhibit at The Riverside Arts Center, which from Jan. 10 to Jan. 31. The idea for the gallery was thought up the Ypsi Gathering Space. The exhibit aimed to demonstrate the vulnerable side and thoughts of people in the community.
Dr. Anita Rich conducts the students of EMU in the 6 Figures Performance held in Quirk Sponberg’s 107 Lab Theatre, showcasing their improvisational skills for the public on Tuesday, Jan. 28.
The USAF Band of Mid-America’s Shades of Blue jazz ensemble honored veterans and the nation with their performance for students and community members
EMU Poetry Society holds the 19th annual Color of Drums celebration. This year’s theme, “Legends Never Die,” was one of many MLK events at EMU and dedicated to the late EMU graduate, Tiran Marion Burrell.