Over the last several decades, artists have turned to the media of sound, movement and theater to express their ideas as they previously would have painting, sculpture, and installation. Audiences of the Broad MSU can expect to experience genre-defying music, restlessly inventive theater, site-specific dance, new directions in literature, and multi-media spectacles, not to mention social “interventions” that invite audience members to become active participants in the artistic process.
Upcoming performances and events at the Broad MSU:
Friday, November 14
East Lansing 2030 | Collegeville Re-Envisioned Exhibition Opening
6:30 PM, Julie and Edward J. Minskoff Gallery
Free and open to the public
Celebrate the opening of the innovative exhibition, East Lansing 2030 | Collegeville Re-Envisioned! Eight of the nation's most forward-thinking architects, landscape architects, and urban designers have come together to explore ways to re-envision East Lansing as we know it. Enjoy refreshments while speaking with the curator and designers about how they have imagined "Collegeville" as it could exist in the coming decades. Learn more about the exhibition here.
Wednesday, November 19
The Art of Observation
6–8 PM, Education Wing
$35 Members • $45 Public | Purchase tickets here
Explore different ways of seeing with the art of observation featuring MSU Associate Professor of Painting, Teresa Dunn. Enjoy food and drinks as Dunn creates a visual mashup of collage and real objects through a charcoal drawing and teaches you how to do the same! Cost is per person and includes food, two drink tickets, an event take away, and professional demonstration by Professor Dunn. Space is limited, so purchase your tickets today!