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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: Honoring Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls

To commemorate Women’s History Month, the MSU Museum, in collaboration the Native American Institute and other campus partners, is announcing the arrival of The REDress Project, an impactful outdoor art installation created by Métis artist Jaime Black-Morsette. The exhibition sheds light
Bright blue graphic with purple and light blue triangles at the top including a portrait of Carl Craig wearing a hat with text that read, "From Detroit to the Cosmos: Carl Craig on Techno and Afrofuturism conversation moderated by Julian Chambliss

From Detroit to the Cosmos: Carl Craig to Speak at Michigan State University

In a unique celebration of Black History Month, the Michigan State University (MSU) Museum and WKAR Public Media are excited to present “From Detroit to the Cosmos: Carl Craig on Techno and Afrofuturism.” This exclusive event, featuring the legendary Detroit Techno
MSU Museum curator and four visitors look at a quilt in the cultural collections area. Quilt features text and images detailing the Todd family history

Empowering Artisans: MSU Museum to Participate in Smithsonian African American Craft Legacy

The MSU Museum, a Smithsonian Affiliate, was selected as one of four organizations participating in a cultural heritage preservation project led by the Smithsonian’s Center for Folklife and Cultural Heritage. The initiative aims to broaden the visibility of underrepresented local elder
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MSU Museum Hosts 20th Darwin Discovery Day – Join the Celebration of Science

Researchers and students from across Michigan State University are coming together at the MSU Museum to celebrate science at the 20th annual Darwin Discovery Day on Saturday, February 10 from 10:00am – 3:00pm. Hands-on activities, tours, and special collections will take over
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Peshawbestown Dancers and Singers to Deliver Captivating Performance at MSU

A vibrant and culturally enriching performance by the Peshawbestown Dancers and Singers is set to take center stage on Thursday, February 8th, at RCAH Snyder Hall Theater (362 Bogue St). Doors will open at 6:30 pm, with the performance commencing at
Visitors in a dark room watching an exhibition slideshow with the MSU Museum logo showing on a white screen.

Michigan State University Museum Unveils Dynamic New Website to Enhance Visitor Experience and Accessibility

The Michigan State University (MSU) Museum proudly announces the launch of its revamped website, designed to offer visitors an engaging and user-friendly digital experience while providing enhanced accessibility to its diverse collections, exhibitions, and educational resources. Devon Akmon, Director of the MSU
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