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Creativity Workshop

Creativity Workshop
Tuesday March 18th
Living Arts Studio, 7-9 pm

Think there's only one way for a circle to exist? Think again. Want to find out how your brain actually compares to a lightbulb? Wish you had gone to California in January? Then come dine on the the lavish feast of knowledge that awaits you at this 1st annual event hosted by your own peer mentors and brave adventurers, Zach and AnneMarie.

Noise/Void

Noise \\ Void
Thursday and Friday, March 20th, 21st
Duderstadt Video Studio, 8pm

The senior thesis of PAT major and Living Arts Alumnus, Simon Alexander-Adams. Noise \\ Void is a multimedia performance including improvised electronic music, kaleidoscopic fractals, visuals reacting to human movement, a perforated monolith, noise and silence.

Poetry and Music

Poetry and Music
Saturday March 22nd
Living Arts Studio, 3-4pm

A workshop on the collections of Rabindranath Tagore presented by Mousumi Banerjee. This workshop will present an experiential journey into Tagore's poetry and music through musical renditions, literary presentations, and historical perspectives/discussions/analyses of Tagore's inimitable genre of music.

ObjectText

object/text
Sunday March 23rd
Living Arts Studio, 3:30-5:30pm

A workshop by Living Arts alumnus, Corey Smith, object/text is an exploration into the relationship between written/spoken language and visual imagery. Come dance! Come sing! Bring materials for writing and an object that interests you. Sign up here!

UpstART

UpstART Festival
March 24-28th
Ingalls Mall

Living Arts students will be presenting a creative interactive art installation guided by guest artist and UM EECS Lecturer, Andrew Deorio. The installation will be housed at Ingalls Mall on Central Campus as part of the campus-wide UpstART festival.

Living Arts Symposium

Living Arts Symposium
Sunday April 12th
Duderstadt Gallery

Living Arts takes the Duderstadt by storm! The Living Arts Symposium is the final presentation for our CCP projects and is the culmination of our year-long exploration into creativity and the creative process. CCP projects will be on display for the entire week, open to all passerbys!

other events and important dates

March 17th Stamps Auditorium

You Are Your Own Business - Flutronix

Flutronix, the New York City based urban pop flute duo comprised of flutists/composers Nathalie Joachim and Allison Loggins-Hull, has taken the new music scene by storm with their original music and business ventures in publishing and recorded music. As part of their Ann Arbor residency, they will present a concert of original music, as well as a flute master class and a presentation on career development entitled "You Are Your Own Business." All events are sponsored by the Sally Fleming Master Class Fund. Free - no tickets required.

March 26-28, Duderstadt Center Video Studio

World Without Ice-An Installation by Michael Gould, Stephen Rush, and Henry Pollack

Consisting of hung domes of ice – amplified with contact microphones, as well as accompanied by landscapes of the Arctic North taken by Nobel Prize Winning Physicist Henry Pollack – this is an "installation/performance" piece that helps the audience experience through sight/sound/temperature – Global Warming. The ice drips, and is "audiated" and Gould/Rush perform their score to the dripping – on hand percussion, crotales, piano, retro-synths and what-have-you. The result is beautiful, painful, filled with sorrow (for the planet) and joy (the music and visuals are beautiful – even "pretty"). It is an immersive piece in the Duderstadt Video Studio.

March 30, Hill Auditorium

Jazz at the Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis

Performing music that links today's improvisers with the rich history of traditional and contemporary big-band composition, Wynton Marsalis's Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra brings an expansive range of music to the most treasured international stages..

April 3-13, Arthur Miller Theatre

Marisol

A young Latina named Marisol leads an undistinguished life in Manhattan, copy editing for a textbook publisher. Everything changes abruptly when her guardian angel tells her the heavens are in an uproar. God has become senile and a celestial civil war is about to commence, starting in the streets of Brooklyn. The world is turned on its side: food turns to salt, men give birth, and the sun fails to rise. Marisol faces a decision: join the revolution or be swallowed up in the apocalypse.

April 22nd

Classes End

April 23rd, 26-27

Study Days

April 24-25th, April 28-May 1

Final Examinations

 
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