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January 2017

Call for items related to the Women’s Marches in Washington, DC & Lansing, Michigan

The Michigan State University Museum is collecting stories, images, and other items related to the historic Women’s Marches in Washington, DC, in Lansing, Michigan, and other locations in Michigan. Part of the Museum's core mission is to preserve, understand, and interpret the world's cultures and history.

MSU Museum Presents Darwin Discovery Day on Sunday, Feb. 12

Discovering Darwin, Celebrating Science

The Michigan State University Museum presents its 13th annual Darwin Discovery Day, an afternoon of science, exploration and discovery, on Sunday, Feb. 12, 2017, 1-5 p.m.

Quilted Conversations: Materializing Civil and Human Rights - exhibit opening Monday, January 16 on MLK Day

Quilted Conversations: Materializing Civil and Human Rights
EXHIBIT OPENING & RECEPTION AT THE MSU MUSEUM, MONDAY, JAN. 16

Review Panel to Evaluate Traditional Arts Submissions, Jan. 27: Public Invited

MSU Museum’s Michigan Traditional Arts Program
REVIEW PANEL TO EVALUATE TRADITIONAL ARTS NOMINEE/APPLICANT SUBMISSIONS JAN. 27: PUBLIC INVITED

Applications due Feb. 27: NELSON MANDELA MUSEUM/ MSU MUSEUM CURATORIAL FELLOWSHIP PROGRAM

Summer/Fall 2017 Curatorial Fellowship
Applications Deadline: Feb. 27

The Michigan State University Museum (MSUM) and The Graduate School, Michigan State University are sponsoring a fellowship opportunity for graduate students—the Nelson Mandela Museum/Michigan State University Museum Curatorial Fellowship Program (NMMMSUMGC).

Chocolate Party Benefit is Set of Sunday, February 26

Chocolate Lovers Indulge for a Great Cause
MSU MUSEUM CHOCOLATE PARTY BENEFIT IS SET FOR SUNDAY FEB. 26