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MSU Science Gallery Part of Getty Foundation Grant

MSU Science Gallery’s Head of Programming Antajuan Scott is part of a group that was selected to receive a research grant through Pacific Standard Time, a Getty initiative focused on the intersection of science and art. Scott will collaborate as a curatorial partner with the California based art research institute

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Tracked and Traced

“Tracked & Traced,” New Podcast from WDET and MSU’s Science Gallery, Takes on Surveillance and Ethics

LISTEN TO THE TRAILER New technologies expedite the myriad ways surveillance impacts our society, and the latest podcast “Tracked & Traced” from WDET, Detroit’s NPR Station, and MSU Science Gallery is exploring surveillance through experts, young people, and the general public. The first episode will be published in early 2022

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Open Call: 1.5 degrees Celsius

Open Call: MSU Science Gallery – 1.5° Celsius

APPLY HERE MSU Science Gallery is now accepting submissions to their fifth annual open call, 1.5° Celsius Exhibition, launching Sept. 2022. The open call deadline for entry is Feb. 4, 2022. SEND YOUR PROPOSAL TO BE IN THIS EXHIBITION! Experimentation, provocation, and research are at the heart of Science Gallery’s

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MORE THAN $29 MILLION AWARDED FOR MUSEUMS NATIONWIDE INCLUDES $170,332 AWARDED TO THE MSU MUSEUM The MSU Museum was recently awarded a substantial grant that will enhance preservation and expand educational opportunities for teaching and research with its apparel and textile collection. The Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS)

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Dear, Mr. Mandela, Dear, Mrs. Parks Children's Letters Global Lessons 27 October, 2021

Dear Mr. Mandela, Dear Mrs. Parks: Children’s Letters, Global Lesson

On October 27, 2021, an updated version of the original 2008 exhibition “Dear Mr. Mandela, Dear. Mrs. Parks: Children’s Letters, Global Lessons” opens at the Nelson Mandela Museum in Mthatha, South Africa. Hundreds of children around the world wrote letters to two individuals—Nelson Mandela of South Africa and Rosa Parks

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Spring 2022 Excellence in Museum Practice Internship

The MSU Museum’s “Excellence in Museum Practice Internship” provides interns with an introduction to museum practice through hands-on experience. This internship program offers opportunities for students to explore different careers in museums and gain professional experience. The intern will spend the first half of the semester exploring different areas of

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National Youth Summit 2021

MSU to Participate in the Smithsonian’s National Youth Summit

Lansing Area Youth will examine the topic of gender equity inspired by Museum exhibitions at Michigan State University Watch MSU Smithsonian National Youth Summit Recording here The Smithsonian has chosen MSU as a partner in the 9th annual National Youth Summit. The Summit engages upper middle and high school students

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Tracked and Traced

MSU’s Science Gallery Opens “Tracked & Traced” Sept. 10

Exhibition and Programs Explore the Impact of Surveillance on Society MSU’s Science Gallery is presenting Tracked & Traced at the Michigan State University Museum September 10 – December 11. The exhibition and its supporting public programs examine the complex relationship between surveillance and ethics. Through the contributions of more than

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Sonic Assembly: On Afrofuturism and Performance

MSU’s Science Gallery presents two-hour radio program exploring Afrofuturism in Detroit

Science Gallery is pleased to present—in partnership with WDET-FM, Detroit’s NPR Station—a two-hour program exploring Afrofuturism in Detroit called Sonic Assembly: On Afrofuturism and Performance. Hosted by Amanda LeClaire of WDET’s CultureShift and Antajuan Scott, Science Gallery’s Head of Programming, this special broadcast will air on Friday, August 6, 2021

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The MSU Museum Plans to Welcome Back Visitors and Names a New Director

MSU MUSEUM REOPENING SET FOR SEPTEMBER 7 After a year and a half closure due to the COVID-19 outbreak, the MSU Museum will reopen on Tuesday, September 7 with new leadership. Devon Akmon was appointed as the director of the MSU Museum on July 1. In addition to his role

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