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Tunde Olaniran’s March Residency at UMS

Tunde Olaniran is collaborating with fellow Flint artists Talicia Campbell, Terra Lockhart, and Emma Davis on a new multimedia piece about bridging the cultural divides within the southeastern Michigan region. Learn more about their upcoming activities.

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A Mariachi Celebration In Southeast Michigan

The award-winning students of Mariachi Nuevo Santander brought an unforgettable week of cultural celebration to Ann Arbor, Flint, and Detroit.

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Sticky Narratives and (Guilty) Pleasures: Exploring the Music of Dvořák

Guest contributor Doyle Armbrust shares the unabashed romance and masterful writing of Dvořák’s music.

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From Audience to Action: Making Connections in our Community

Connect with regional organizations whose work intersects with the themes encountered in UMS’s No Safety Net 2.0 festival.

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I’m Sure She Meant Well…

Lee Minora talks about the inspiration behind her scathing morning talk show comedy, White Feminist.

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A Conversation with No Safety Net Theater-Makers

UMS’s Michael Kondziolka (VP, Programming and Production) and Mary Roeder (Programming Manager) join No Safety Net artists at U-M’s Trotter Multicultural Center.

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My Time at the Fringe

21st Century Intern Isabel Olson shares insights on experiencing political theater from her time working at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.

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Wonder and Woe: The Challenges of Internet

U-M School of Information’s Cliff Lampe explores bad internet behaviors in accompaniment to performances of The Believers Are But Brothers.

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Reality Winner: Espionage or Whistle-Blowing?

A discussion of Reality Winner’s case with Brian Willen (lawyer and UMS board member), Barbara McQuade (U-M law professor and NBC News legal analyst), and Greg Stejskal (former FBI special agent).

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