Senator John F. Kennedy of Massachusetts, 1957
Philippe Halsman, (Magnum Photos)
American Visionary: John F. Kennedy’s Life and Times is made possible in part by grants from the Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs and from Michigan Humanities, an affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities.
Pop over to the Museum for a FREE hand’s on art activity for all ages
Learn a few photograph techniques with your own cell phone, point and shoot or SLR camera and take masterful photos of sculptures in the Main Gallery, Sculptor’s Studio and Sculpture Garden. Share them on social media or print and frame at home.
Learn simple relief printing techniques with found objects. Make small cards or artworks for your home.
Tacos and Trivia, 5-7 PM at the Museum
Summer Art Camp at the Museum is a must for any child age 8 to 18. In it’s 12th year, the Summer Art Camp program sells itself because participants want to come back year after year. Every student becomes an artist for a week, and every student is nurtured and encouraged by highly skilled art educators. Look at the photos from previous year’s Summer Art Camps and you will see why your child will want to be a part of this creative life-changing experience.
Exhibition Organized by Hollingsworth Fine Arts.
Exhibition Toured by Mid-America Arts Alliance.
Saints, Sinners and Spies Invitational exhibition
University Art Gallery
Preview the artworks up for auction during Saints, Sinners and Spies.
Saints, Sinners and Spies gala
The annual gala that you won’t want to miss. Great food, friends, music, art and perhaps a spy or two.
Lee Sung-Kuen: Interconnections exhibition
Building a bridge between man and nature, Sung-Kuen’s work is a perfect illustration of the concept of vital energy (Qi), which is omnipresent in the artistic culture of Eastern Asia. He creates sculptures of primordial shapes that, at first sight, evoke human cells or the notion of fertility. Made out of entangled piano wires, which the artist sometimes brightens up with vivid colors; they establish a dialogue between fullness and emptiness while sustaining the resonance of their initial role. Once suspended in air, the vibrating play of light on the sculptures, and the apparent fusion with their surroundings into one symbiotic unity, bring the ovoid shapes to life.
Curated by Kate Shin.
Susanne Stephenson, Transfigurement II, exhibition
Curated by Tom Phardel.
Explorations in Wood: Selections from The Center for Art in Wood, exhibition
Center for Art in Wood traveling exhibition