By Alana Valko
Are we constructing social media, or is it constructing us?
Are we truly ourselves on social media if we are constantly monitoring what we post?
VISITING ARTIST RECREATES SINKING OF TITANIC WITH SYNCHRONIZED SWIM CLUB, arts STUDENTS
With the help of students in a University of Michigan Stamps School of Art & Design class and the U-M Synchronized Swimming Club, New York-based multimedia artist Claudia Bitran recreates scenes from the Titanic.
SHEI MAGAZINE TO LAUNCH NEW ISSUE
Established in 1999, SHEI Magazine began as a student-run Asian American pop culture magazine Today, SHEI is still powered entirely by students, but encompasses broader cultures in fashion and art. Their new issue launches this December.
NOT YOUR TYPICAL ROMCOM: U-M STUDENT FILM INVITED TO CANNES FILM FESTIVAL
A debut film by University of Michigan School of Music, Theatre & Dance student Hayley Tibbenham, is invited to be part of the upcoming 2019 Cannes Film Festival Short Film Corner.
U-M WELCOMES THE THE 59TH ANNUAL ART FAIR
Art lovers will once again fill the streets of Ann Arbor at the Ann Arbor Art Fair. The University of Michigan welcomes visitors to its many museums, gallery exhibitions and tours on campus.
FESTIFOOLS AND FOLLY; IT’S APRIL IN ANN ARBOR
Celebrating its 13th year, FestiFools is back again to bring together over a thousand members from the community and its eccentric papier-mâché puppets.
STAMPS STUDENT CONVERTS SCHOOL BUS INTO MOBILE LIVING SPACE
At the corner of practicality and creativity exists a school bus-turned-living-space. Tori Essex, a 2018 Stamps School of Art & Design graduate, designed and converted a former yellow school bus into a sustainable home for her senior thesis project.
The Kelseys: Four wolverines and a sunny beat
The Kelseys formed their band upon meeting at @UMich, and since have made waves across campus.
U-M HOSTS SUMMER CARILLON CONCERT SERIES
The University of Michigan School of Music, Theatre & Dance presents the annual Summer Carillon Concert Series, which aims to bring accomplished carillonists from all over the world to play for the U-M and Ann Arbor communities.