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AAFF Brings Vibrant Global Film Culture to Treetown

It says a lot about contemporary society that everyone both acknowledges that we have an epidemic of loneliness and also that it has been an acknowledged problem for so long that even bringing it up has become cliché.

FestiFools Pours Creativity and Inclusivity Into Ann Arbor

You've likely heard of Ann Arbor's renowned FestiFools parade, an explosion of creativity and community spirit that takes over the streets each spring. But...

Visit the 28th Annual Exhibition of Artists in Michigan Prisons

The 28th Annual Exhibition of Artists in Michigan Prisons runs March 19-April 2 at the James and Anne Duderstadt Center Gallery at 2281 Bonisteel Blvd, Ann Arbor.

Gutman Gallery Exhibit Presents Art Made from Scattered Objects

The Gutman Gallery’s upcoming show is starting on March 15. “Lost & Found” gets its name from the nature of the art presented. "The community is...

Cranbrook Art Museum Explores Representation

Internationally acclaimed Detroit artist Mario Moore co-curated this exhibition with Cranbrook Art Museum Chief Curator Laura Mott. 

Movies to Catch in Theaters this December in Ann Arbor

The Boy and the Heron Hayao Miyazaki has returned from retirement to make “The Boy and the Heron.” The storyline has similarities to Totoro but...

Ann Arbor Civic Theater Presents “The Matchmaker”

The Ann Arbor Civic Theater is delighted for its upcoming production of "The Matchmaker," a classic play by Thorton Wilder. This comedy is set...

DruidO’Casey Trilogy Comes to the Power Center

Actress Caitríona Ennis describes Sean O’Casey’s DruidO’Casey as partaking in “a religious experience” and a “marathon.” Through a partnership between the University of Michigan’s...

Author Christopher Gorham Discusses “The Confidante” at Schuler Books

Lawyer and high-school history teacher Christopher Gorham’s book stemmed from a research assignment he gave to his students. After they found hand-written letters from...

Penny Seats Theatre Company Presents “Return to the Forbidden Planet”

To get into the mood and motivations of his character, actor Cordell Smith has been watching classic sci-fi movies, including Star Trek. Smith is playing Captain Tempest in "Return to the Forbidden Planet," a musical featuring classic 1950 and 1960s music.

Wavelengths Exhibit Inspires Community to Experience the Meaning of Art

Throughout history, artists and scientists have sought to learn how the human eye perceives color in the natural world. The "Wavelengths" exhibit considers Michigan-based...

Don’t Miss These Indie and Classic Films at the State and Michigan Theaters in August

Barbie and Oppenheimer, aka Barbenheimer, are dominating screens well into August, but there are still a few indie gems premiering this month, Studio Ghibli...