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Thu, Oct 21, 2021


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All day Urban Factors
Exhibits (Museum, Gardens, ...) (MSU Museum)
"Urban Factors" is an art installation by Xia Gao, assistant professor of Apparel and Textile Design (Art, Art History, and Design Dept. at ...
Detroit Resurgent
Exhibits (Museum, Gardens, ...) (MSU Museum)
Detroit Resurgent is an exhibit program revealing the strength of human creativity in evolving Detroit... Portraits of Detroiters who repres...
An Extraordinary Document of Our World
Exhibits (Museum, Gardens, ...) (MSU Museum)
An Extraordinary Document of Our World is a selection of worker portraits made around the world in a time of change throughout the past 25 y...
Extraordinary Ordinary People: American Masters of Traditional Arts
Exhibits (Museum, Gardens, ...) (MSU Museum)
In every community are individuals who with excellence and authenticity are contributing to the rich artistic and cultural legacies of Ameri...
11:20am Inorganic Chemistry Seminar
Conferences / Seminars / Lectures (136 Chemistry Bldg.)
Monica Carey of Michigan State University will present an inorganic chemistry seminar titled "Into the Void: Hollow Metal Nanoparticles."
7:00pm "If Your Clothes Could Talk" Writing Workshop with RCAH Center for Poetry
Special Events (C201 Snyder Hall)
"If Your Clothes Could Talk:" a 2-hour writing workshop focused on clothes, their stories, their secrets, the power they have over us. Parti...
7:30pm SOLD OUT: 'S Wonderful
Performing Arts (Dance, Music, Theatre, ...) (Fairchild Theatre)
This concert is now SOLD OUT. Standing room only tickets will be sold at the door. Visit www.music.msu.edu/fairchild to discover more about ...
7:30pm Steven Pinker
Conferences / Seminars / Lectures (Wharton Center for Performing Arts)
Harvard Professor Steven Pinker deals with how and why the level of violence and the risk of dying at the hand of another human being has de...