Past Exhibitions

Repeating text graphic that says Food Fight!

Food Fight!

Jan 9, 2024 – Jun 29, 2024
Access to nutritious food is fundamental to our survival. Yet, according to the United Nations Committee on World Food Security, the combination of “a...
Graphic with marching band patches in the background and dark green text with a lime green background that reads "Marking Time: A Year of Spartan Marching Band Traditions."

Marking Time: A Year of Spartan Marching Band Traditions

Apr 19, 2024 – Jun 29, 2024
Several long, bright red dresses hang outdoors on a snowy day, spotlighting the crisis of missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls.

The REDress Project Exhibition

Mar 1, 2024 – Mar 17, 2024
From March 1 to March 17, 2024, the MSU Museum and its campus partners will host the REDress Project, an evocative art installation that...
A group stands in the Domicology exhibit, discussing a centerpiece on a table with wood pieces and mini houses.

Domicology: Creating a Sustainable Built Environment

Dec 19, 2023 – Mar 30, 2024
Domicology is the study of the life cycle of the built environment. Through this exhibition, we will explore the ways we can shift our...
A close-up illustration of a blue DNA helix with white text that reads "VirtualGenome at the New Horizons Gallery through May 25, 2024


Oct 24, 2023 – May 25, 2024
VirtualGenome is a new Virtual Reality (VR) based immersive platform to visualize and explore the 3D human genome. Visitors can fly into the 3D...
Installation of the quilt "The Tree of Peace Saves the Earth"

The Tree of Peace Saves the Earth

Jul 5, 2023 – Apr 4, 2024
This exhibition showcases the quilt The Tree of Peace Saves the Earth, quilted by Alice Olsen Williams, an Anishinaabe/Norwegian member of Curve Lake First...
A college aged visitor looking at the "Food Futures" exhibition at the MSU Museum

Food Futures

Jan 9, 2024 – Jun 12, 2024
Dr. Sonja Stummerer and Martin Hablesreiter (known as honey & bunny), the artists behind this photo series, focus on food design, an emerging term...
A photo of Heritage Hall indoor hallway.

Heritage Hall

Nov 1, 2018 – Dec 19, 2023
A look at Michigan's economic history from the 1780s-1940s The economic history of the Great Lakes region is represented by three buildings typically found...
Graphic showing an AI generated woman in the background with the text Prompt Response: Exploring Generative AI over top of it.

Prompt Response: Exploring Generative Artificial Intelligence

Mar 8, 2023 – Dec 16, 2023
When OpenAI released DALL-E 2 and ChatGPT to the public at the end of 2022, it sparked immediate debate on the impact of artificial...
A woman a two men looking at a display of older MSU clothing as a display for the Opening Reception for WKAR's Legacy of Innovation.

WKAR’s Legacy of Innovation

Apr 28, 2023 – Nov 25, 2023
Students in the Curatorial Practices in Museums and Cultural Organizations class at Michigan State University are curating and staging an exhibition honoring WKAR’s Century...
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