Before it opened in November, local officials referred the Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum as a game-changer in the region’s arts and culture landscape. So far the museum is living up to its hype. “We have an iconic building that is already proving to be an attraction for people from several parts of the world,” said Michael Rush, founding director of the museum at Michigan State University. “We’ve had more than 65,000 people come through the museum since it opened in November.”



Bring on the Broad
Since opening last semester, museum has played part in expanding education
The State News
By Katie Abdilla | April 8, 2013

Those walking down Grand River Avenue early Sunday afternoon might have witnessed two individuals conjoined by yarn, a dress made entirely out of spoons, and a man dressed in wedding attire, heels and all.

The sidewalk transformed into an impromptu runway as the models headed to the Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum to model their getups...