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This exhibition considers our relationship to design using objects from the permanent collection. The exhibition features work by Alvar Aalto, Nuttapong Charoenkitivarakorn, Darryl Curran, Ray and Charles Eames, Kaj Franck, Frank Gehry, Alexander Girard, Andy Gregg, Takenobu Igarashi, Max Krimmel, Thomas Lamb, Gunnel Nyman, Glenn Polinsky, F.A.
Exhibition Dates: September 21, 2023 - March 1, 2024
Brian translates childhood observations into narrative artwork. Stories swapped at the kitchen table and surreal memories of his father placing a fishing boat into the living room for winter storage are the basis of personal myths in his black and white woodcut prints.
On Saturday, September 16, the Beaumier U.P. Heritage Center will be opening a landmark exhibition on the 1820 expedition of Lewis Cass on the Great Lakes. The exhibition, “Claiming Michigan: the 1820 Expedition of Lewis Cass,” will feature dozens of images, excerpts from journals, detailed narrative information and large format maps.
This is an opportunity to meet some of the Bay Cliff staff and learn more about the immersive experience students can have while spending their summer at camp. They will be able to learn more about the different job opportunities that are available for our 2024 Summer Therapy Camp. Free coffee will also be provided thanks to Biggby!
A screening of two short documentary films about Haida artist, Robert Davidson. April will facilitate a conversation following the two films to demonstrate differences of representation. April is a professor of Native American Studies at Northern Michigan University. April earned a MFA in English at NMU in 2006 and a Ph.D. in Rhetoric, Theory, and Culture from MTU in 2023.
Jessica Campbell is an interdisciplinary artist working in comics, fibers, painting, drawing, and performance. Drawing on a wide range of influences, including science fiction, art world politics, and her evangelical upbringing, Campbell explores ways to reflect heterogeneity through a combination of disparate media, subjects, and tone.