Tag Archives: Arts & Culture

Adventures on North Campus: Exploring Art across the River

North Campus, far more compact than Central Campus, hosts a year-round outdoor sculpture garden with striking, massive works around every corner.  Many of these sculptures are near the College of Engineering and most are within easy walking distance of any parking space. Some of my favorites include the mural “The Order of the Spheres” by

Reimaging A Christmas Carol at EMU

There are few things more strongly associated with Christmas than the many adaptations of Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol. This year you can see the local version, Christmas Carol’d, by Michigan playwright, Joseph Zettelmaier. Running for the first two weekends in December at Eastern Michigan University’s Quirk Theatre, the play will be directed by EMU

Sorcery From UMGASS

Founded in 1947, The University of Michigan Gilbert and Sullivan Society (UMGASS) is the oldest student-run society in America dedicated to the operettas of Sir William Gilbert and Sir Arthur Sullivan. Every year, the society organizes students and civilians from the community for two fully staged productions from the 14-operetta Gilbert and Sullivan canon, always with