The Art of Archaeology

In 2021, the MSU archaeological project in Greece hosted its first season of active fieldwork, which was extensively recorded by Daniel Trego, Educational Media Design Specialist at the College of Arts and Letters. The resulting body of work captures the excitement and visual appeal of archaeological research and asks the question: Can the archaeology of art also be the art of archaeology?

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#MidwestHungerIs

September 14 – October 22, 2021 MSU Union Art Gallery Hunger is not just a problem in the Midwest or the nation, but rather a global issue with close Midwest…

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Spartan Skin

Young Joon Kwak Artist-in-Residence: Critical Race Studies April 9 – May 21, 2021 MSU Union Art Gallery Guarded on game day and integral to graduation photographs, the bronze cast of…

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Africa Is Not a Country: Art from Africa and the African Diaspora in MSU Collections
Sitou, Tijani, Yoruba, active in Mali, 1932-1999, "See My Henna" (Regardez-mon henne), 1983, 2006 Ink jet print, 19" x 13" Loaned from the MSU Eli & Edythe Broad Art Museum Collection.

Africa Is Not a Country: Art from Africa and the African Diaspora in MSU Collections

December 2 – January 24, 2020 Year of Global Africa Grand Finale | December 3, 2019 from 5-8pm Hosting 54 countries and over 2,000 languages, Africa is the second largest…

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TEXTSCAPE

TEXTSCAPE Hongtao Zhou Textscapes are 3D printed documents to reemphasis printing in modern technological world. May 17 – July 12, 2019 Textscapes are 3D printed documents to reemphasis printing in…

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