Photos of the Week: March 25-31, 2016

Sunday, March 27, 2016 - 11:21pm

Michigan Izzat performs at That Brown Show at the Michigan Theater on Saturday.

Michigan Izzat performs at That Brown Show at the Michigan Theater on Saturday. Buy this photo
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The Michigan Daily's photo staff presents their photos of the week for March 25-31, 2016 photos from That Brown Show, African and Korean art interaction, and a balancing bike act. 

LSA senior Esha Biswas performs as a part of Michigan Sahana at That Brown Show at the Michigan Theater on Saturday.

LSA senior Esha Biswas performs as a part of Michigan Sahana at That Brown Show at the Michigan Theater on Saturday. Buy this photo
Amelia Cacchione/Daily

Members of George Washington University's receSs perform a skit about Jersey Jesus at the 1st Annual University of Michigan Improv Festival at Rackham Auditorium on Saturday.

Members of George Washington University's receSs perform a skit about Jersey Jesus at the 1st Annual University of Michigan Improv Festival at Rackham Auditorium on Saturday. Buy this photo
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Jasmine Rand, civil rights attorney for the families of Trayvon Martin, Tamir Rice, and Michael Brown, discusses the importance of collective activism in the Ross School of Business on Monday.

Jasmine Rand, civil rights attorney for the families of Trayvon Martin, Tamir Rice, and Michael Brown, discusses the importance of collective activism in the Ross School of Business on Monday. Buy this photo
Kristina Perkins/ Daily

LSA junior Eman Hijab, president of Michigan Pakistanis, takes a moment of silence, along with other members at Michigan Pakistanis, at a vigil for the Lahore, Pakistan bombing victims in the Diag on Monday.

LSA junior Eman Hijab, president of Michigan Pakistanis, takes a moment of silence, along with other members at Michigan Pakistanis, at a vigil for the Lahore, Pakistan bombing victims in the Diag on Monday. Buy this photo
Grant Hardy/ Daily

LSA sophomore Julia Pompilius examines a Nigerian mask up close in UMMA's object study room for Art History professor David Doris's Yoruba Visual Culture class on Tuesday. The UMMA is currently assessing its African Art collection since the addition of th

LSA sophomore Julia Pompilius examines a Nigerian mask up close in UMMA's object study room for Art History professor David Doris's Yoruba Visual Culture class on Tuesday. The UMMA is currently assessing its African Art collection since the addition of th Buy this photo
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Ann Arbor resident Craig Wise balances a passer's by  bike on his chin on the Diag on Wednesday.

Ann Arbor resident Craig Wise balances a passer's by bike on his chin on the Diag on Wednesday. Buy this photo
Marina Ross/Daily

Ten year old Zack Czartoski of Ann Arbor works on his piece during a Korean clay art class hosted at the UMMA on Wednesday.

Ten year old Zack Czartoski of Ann Arbor works on his piece during a Korean clay art class hosted at the UMMA on Wednesday. Buy this photo
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Mairead Small Stead reads a selection of her work at Literati Bookstore during the bookstore's third birthday party. All book sales throughout the day went to SafeHouse Center and the store hosted a series of readings in honor of the anniversary on Thursd

Mairead Small Stead reads a selection of her work at Literati Bookstore during the bookstore's third birthday party. All book sales throughout the day went to SafeHouse Center and the store hosted a series of readings in honor of the anniversary on Thursd Buy this photo
Mazie Hyams/Daily

Jim Toy, founder of the Spectrum Center, speaks about his experiences of being openly gay in the workplace at an event sponsored by the University's chapter of the College Democrats on Thursday.

Jim Toy, founder of the Spectrum Center, speaks about his experiences of being openly gay in the workplace at an event sponsored by the University's chapter of the College Democrats on Thursday. Buy this photo
Matt Vailliencourt/Daily