Community Culture

As a community, Ann Arbor needs to strive to celebrate the minority artist — not just during Black History month or Hispanic Heritage month. It is more important than ever to foster a community where everyone can find themselves in every form of art.

In the long run, this production does what any good production should do: It raises questions about our society and about Victorian society.

Not only are Broussard’s jokes clever, but he also has the brains — and a degree — to accompany them.


The Bach Collegium Japan is an ensemble that was started in 1990 by Masaaki Suzuki, founder and musical director of the group. They will perform J.S. Bach’s Christmas Oratorio, which is split up in parts that celebrate the major feasts of Christmas time.

Seattle-based artist Buster Simpson will be making a homecoming to Ann Arbor on Thursday to host a talk for the Penny Stamps Lecture Series. Simpson was born in Saginaw, Michigan and received a master in fine arts from the University in 1969.

'Violet' ultimately revolves around becoming comfortable with oneself, transcending one’s inner fears and reaching one’s full potential.

This is the third time the Academy will perform “The Nutcracker” at Michigan Theater, and they intend to keep the performance as close to the Russian Bolshoi Ballet Company’s rendition as possible.


This exhibit and its message is incredibly important right now, not only because of the problems occurring on our campus, but also the climate surrounding assault nationally.


This documentary strives to go beyond a simple screening by giving its viewers solutions and tools to become more educated in the matters presented.


As a child, her nightmares contained make-believe horrors. As an adult, she is inspired by that same big imagination and childlike worldview to create her artwork.