OCTOBER IS NATIONAL ARTS & HUMANITIES MONTH!
This October, the Michigan State University Museum encourages people everywhere to nurture a lifelong habit of active participation in the arts and humanities in observance of National Arts and Humanities Month.
The Michigan State University Museum joins Americans for the Arts in recognizing important role of arts and humanities for our schools and communities. Visit a museum, gallery, library, music hall, theatre or other cultural center and experience the arts!
Now open: At the museum, come in and see a new exhibit where art and science intersect, "Cruisin' the Fossil Freeway with Artist Ray Troll and Paleontologist Kirk Johnson," a whimsical road trip through time exploring our fossil past.
Opening Oct. 20: “The Great Work of the Metal Lover,” which uses a combination of biotechnology, art and alchemy to turn liquid gold into 24-karat gold.
There's more to explore with nearly 15 galleries and exhibit spaces on three floors at the natural science and culture museum at Michigan State University.