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A group of people seat in the Science on a Sphere Gallery looking at a 6' globe with a projection of sea creatures on it.

Immersive Visulation Institute Accepting Applications for Summer Program

The Immersive Visualization Institute (IVI) Summer Institute is now accepting applications for faculty and graduate students interested in exploring digital display technology platforms at MSU. IVI partnering venues include Abrams Planetarium, the 360 Degree Panoramic Display Space in the Library’s Digital
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Afrofuturism & Quilts: Materializing Black Futures & Black Womxn’s Quilt Legacies Exhibition Opening at Michigan State University Union Gallery

An exhibition exploring connections between Black futures and legacies through the medium of quilting is opening at the Michigan State University (MSU) Union Gallery from April 5 - July 31, 2024. Entitled Afrofuturism & Quilts: Materializing Black Futures & Black Womxn’s
A class of college students at the MSU Museum assisting with collections items in a turn of the century general store.

ComArtSci and MSU Museum Elevate Honors Option with Fusion of PR and History

The Department of Advertising + Public Relations at Michigan State University, in collaboration with the MSU Museum, is proud to announce its continued collaboration on an Honors Option project for undergraduate students during the Spring 2024 semester. Similar to the Honors
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Celebrating 30 Years of South Africa’s Democracy: Artists’ Reflections on the 1994 Bill of Rights

As the world commemorates the passing of three decades since the historic first democratic elections in South Africa, the Michigan State University (MSU) Museum is honored to announce an exhibition titled “The 30th Anniversary of South Africa Democracy: Artists’ Reflections on
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MSU Museum Hosts Ignite Talks Showcasing Michigan State University Student Research

The Michigan State University Museum (MSU) is excited to announce the spring semester Ignite Talks MSU, a dynamic event featuring passionate MSU student researchers sharing their ideas and expertise in a fast-paced and engaging format. Taking place on March 14, 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: 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
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