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To celebrate a season of fun in the snow, the Beaumier U.P. Heritage Center announces the opening of its new exhibition, “It’s All Downhill: Alpine Skiing in the U.P.” This fun, multi-media exhibition will open on Saturday, January 21 at 12 p.m. It will be on display until April 1 and is free and open to the public. The Beaumier Center is located in Gries Hall at the corner of 7th St.
Fortune Lake Lutheran Camp is located on a beautiful freshwater lake, surrounded by 140 acres of forest in Crystal Falls, Michigan— just 90 minutes from Marquette!
Last year, February 24, 2022, Russia invaded Ukraine. Three scholars will share their perspectives on this war. Steven Nystrom will provide an update on the status of this war. Petra Hendrickson will discuss human rights violations. Robert Kulisheck will discuss the war in the context of broader international relations.
The Faculty Biennial Exhibition celebrates the innovative research by faculty in the NMU School of Art & Design. The exhibition highlights diverse achievements in all media and concentrations and gives regional audiences from NMU and beyond the opportunity to see original artwork created by the current faculty.
This year’s exhibition features:
Join us for the Closing Concert of the 2023 NMU Jazz Festival! This concert will feature the NMU Jazz Ensembles and clinician Dean Sorenson, tickets are $12 for General Admission and Free for Students!