Artscapade, Presented by Arts at Michigan and UMMA

. September 1, 2016.
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Just under 7,000 new students are enrolled at U-M this year, and Artscapade, presented by Arts at Michigan and the UM Museum of Art, aims to engage those new arrivals in the University’s thriving art scene with a celebration of ways to get involved, with live music, art-making workshops, dancing, poetry slams, and games and prizes. So before hitting the town to check out the nightlife, make sure to stimulate your creative gene.

Friday | September 2 | 7-10pm
UMMA | 525 S. State St.
734-764-0395 | artsatmichigan.umich.edu | Free

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